It is a major event in the north-east social calendar.
Balmoral’s new Norwegian subsidiary will work with renewables firm Orsted on the design of cable protection systems (CPS) for offshore wind farms.
The price of fish has helped net an Aberdeenshire family a place in an annual list of the UK’s richest people for the first time.
A leading figure in the oil and gas industry is among the participants courting success in this weekend’s Run Balmoral event.
An Aberdeen engineering firm has acquired a Norwegian manufacturer in a bid to boost its expansion into the renewables market.
Balmoral has released video footage of a massive pressure test vessel making its way through Aberdeen.
The boss of Aberdeen-based engineering firm Balmoral Group hopes a new property venture will help budding entrepreneurs follow in his footsteps.
Two north-east oil industry service providers are among the top 200 UK firms for international sales growth.
Attendees of the inaugural Press and Journal Energy Cup in association with Balmoral Group raised £2,700 for local charity Friends of ANCHOR.
The boss at Balmoral Group could continue his winning streak at business awards events later this month.
The Press & Journal celebrated the North Sea oil and gas industry’s resilience last night alongside a heavy metal music icon at a glittering awards ceremony in Aberdeen.
Five north of Scotland private businesses are among the Top 200 UK firms for international sales growth. Westhill-based catering firm Entier was the best placed of those five, jumping 40 places to 43rd. It is the third consecutive year Entier has made it onto the HSBC International Track 200 league table, which was published yesterday.
At a time when much of the oil & gas industry is slashing costs, Aberdeen’s Balmoral Group is investing £20million in an ultra-deepwater test facility.
Balmoral Group yesterday released a third book about the oil industry written by Jeremy Cresswell, editor of the Press and Journal’s Energy supplement.
If there’s one thing Jimmy Milne has mastered during his 50 years in business it’s how to bounce back. The serial entrepreneur has made and lost fortunes more times than he would like to admit. In the latest instalment of The Journey, Energy Voice sat down with Milne in his home to chart the journey from a north-east farm boy to a three-time Queen’s Award recipient.