Activist group Greenpeace has lost its court battle to block production from the Ithaca Energy and BP Vorlich oilfield in the North Sea.
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A Greenpeace challenge to the UK Government over a decision to allow BP to drill for oil in the North Sea is "largely procedural and opportunistic", a court has heard.
Environmental campaigners were "substantially prejudiced" by the UK Government's failure to follow procedures for publicising an oil company's application for drilling consent, a court has heard.
Greenpeace is launching a court challenge against the UK Government, Ithaca Energy and BP over permits for a North Sea oilfield.
A Scottish court has given the green light to the merger of UK operators Chrysaor and Premier Oil.
An Aberdeen oil boss has lost his bid for a $210million lawsuit, which alleged a lawyer conspiracy led to a raw deal that saw the collapse of his business and the value of his shares becoming “worthless”.
An Aberdeen energy recruitment firm has announced it has been forced into administration after it was unable to recover fees due from a major client.
A firm which claimed the government acted unlawfully in giving taxpayers money to a competitor has lost its £25 million legal action in Scotland’s highest civil court.
An Aberdeenshire subsea company has lost an appeal against a £980,000 lawsuit.
Aberdeen company RigQuip is pressing ahead with enforcing an employment clause through the courts in a case which highlights how jumping ship from one firm to a rival can be a risky move.
The Scottish Government’s decision to grant consent for a 67-turbine wind farm was lawful, judges have ruled.