2019 was an incredible year for diversity and inclusion across Aberdeen and the wider energy sector, and we are excited to see that continue into 2020.
More than 200 industry professionals attended an "inspirational" Shell-sponsored event focused on creating a diverse offshore workforce on Friday.
A network dedicated to increasing the number of women in the UK energy industry has warned that digitalisation is not a guaranteed “gender balance magic wand”.
An Aberdeen-based business network has launched a "behavioral charter" designed to combat gender inequality within the North Sea oil and gas sector.
New measures set out by the UK Government to increase gender equality have been firmly welcomed by the sector, but Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) warned there was "still more work to be done" to improve diversity.
An Aberdeen-based female-led business network last night announced the appointment of a new chairwoman.