“There’s a difference between the way grass grows and the way a tree grows,” says Pol Palacios.
Equinor’s UK boss has insisted Brexit “has not killed appetite to invest” in the North Sea.
Brexit poses a similar risk to the north-east economy as that inflicted by the oil price slump, the SNP’s economy spokeswoman has warned.
How will businesses fair after Brexit and where is the UK and Scottish economy headed after our impending divorce from the European Union?
The Brexit picture is – currently – still as unclear as ever, with all potential scenarios on the table, including a ‘no deal’ option.
Fears have been raised over the ability of the Home Office to process Brexit visa applications from EU nationals.
Revenue at Score Group rose above the £200 million mark for the first time in the Peterhead-based engineering firm’s history in 2017-18.
Some projects to develop new power cables between the U.K. and France are on hold because of uncertainties related to Brexit, throwing into question the delivery of infrastructure intended to reduce electricity costs in the U.K.
The world’s largest carbon emissions market is shuddering from risks stemming from Britain’s plan to leave the European Union.
For our European neighbours, there are other big issues around apart from Brexit.
A messy Brexit could affect growth in global oil demand over the next five years, according to the International Energy Agency.
Jeremy Hunt insisted yesterday he is determined to deliver a Brexit that works for the oil and gas sector as he acknowledged the industry’s fears over EU withdrawal.
The uncertainty surrounding Brexit has "slowed" UK offshore wind investment, according to analysis by Wood Mackenzie (Woodmac).
It is difficult, no matter where you source your information, to avoid talk of all things Brexit in our current national discourse.
A couple of weeks ago the Scottish Enterprise PR team posted on Twitter that in 2018 Scottish companies had received to the tune of £100 million in venture capital.
Squaring the Brexit circle amid so much political uncertainty is causing a noticeable smattering of anxiety across Scotland’s renewable energy sector.
North-east businesses are broadly unprepared for a no-deal Brexit, according to the Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce (AGCC).
The ambiguity surrounding Brexit is an issue that is affecting many businesses in a variety of ways, and the international tax implications of Brexit should also be considered.
Many businesses have been preparing for months for Brexit, but in hope and expectation there would be a withdrawal agreement under which we would have 20 months of transition to implement plans for our ultimate exit.
The UK oil and gas industry has cut a fairly laidback figure amid the hullabaloo of Brexit.
The U.K. will leave the European Union on March 29 and so far there’s no agreement to replace the rules and regulations that govern vital trade between Britain and the rest of the world. If a no-deal happens, here’s what it could mean for the country’s energy industry.
Brexit is threatening to spoil the appeal of the UK’s crude in the world’s biggest regional oil market.
Tullow Oil has said a no-deal Brexit would cause “significant uncertainty” for its North Sea decommissioning programme and its workforce.
Ineos founder and Brexit-backer Sir Jim Ratcliffe has slammed the EU over expensive regulations and "stupid" green taxes he claims are choking Europe's chemicals industry.
Peter Courtney, international tax specialist at Johnston Carmichael, looks ahead to the possible tax changes that will affect Scottish businesses operating internationally in a post-Brexit landscape.