Aberdeenshire-headquartered Motive Offshore Group has acquired a Norwegian subsea services firm in a seven-figure deal.
A north-east man is being sued by oilfield services giant Schlumberger for $1million after they claimed he left the firm to work for a rival.
An upturn in the oil and gas industry has seen turnover at an engineering firm more than double as it eyes international expansion.
A lightning strike in Aberdeenshire caused the temporary shutdown of a major North Sea pipeline today.
One of Scotland’s largest solar farms will be built in the Buchan countryside, after councillors yesterday rubber-stamped the scheme.
Aberdeenshire-headquartered Eland Oil and Gas has hailed first production from one of its key projects in West Africa.
Aberdeenshire-based gas turbine firm Alba Power has been bought by Swiss engineering giant Sulzer.
An Aberdeenshire offshore lifting equipment firm is flying high after securing a boost of nearly £200,000 to sales in 2018.
A new £140,000 initiative has been launched to help tackle fuel poverty in vulnerable homes in the north of Scotland.
International growth and a boost from the oil and gas market helped profits jump more than 20% in 2018 for an Aberdeenshire gas turbine company.
A Texas businessman who hails from the north-east of Scotland has celebrated the expansion of his business incubator venture in Houston.
North-east information technology firm Prosource.it said an improving oil and gas market, weak pound and new acquisition helped it to record sales during its last full trading year.
Mackie’s ice cream and Aberdeenshire Council have shared £4million of a £13.4m Scottish Government grant to reduce greenhouse gases.
Renewable Energy Ventures (REV) has secured funding to develop two wind farms in Scotland with a combined total capacity of 11.5MW – including one in Johnshaven.
Aberdeenshire Council invests millions in Nigg Harbour – but only £130,000 in smaller north-east ports
Historic fishing ports are being neglected in favour of boosting cruise ship tourism at Aberdeen’s harbour, councillors claim.
The increasing role tourism can play in the north-east economy after the oil and gas slump was the focus of an expert gathering yesterday.
The European Union has warned that new rules could turn a planned £180million incinerator in the north-east into a white elephant.
Aberdeen has been highlighted as an entrepreneurial hotspot - with the number of new companies forming in the city over the past year on the up.
Bosses at a struggling small engineering firm have warned a failure to halt “daylight robbery” business rate rises will cost people their jobs.
Energy Voice has gone through the archives to take a look back at the top stories from the year gone by.
HB Rentals has net contracts worth more than £1million for the manufacture of workshops, local equipment rooms and pressurised offshore service modules for multiple clients.
A north-east councillor has faced criticism after abandoning a North Sea jobs conference in disgust at his accommodation.
Deck machinery manufacturer Ace Winches has appointed Chris Waller as its new engineering manager.
A community hydro scheme could be up and running this summer after 200 investors injected £800,000 worth of cash into the project.
SeaEnergy said its board has entered into discussions with a number of parties for acquisition of its R2S Visual Asset Management business as well as other group assets.