Some of the UK’s top economists are to address the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic in the Press and Journal’s first digital business breakfast tomorrow.
Coronavirus has put an unimaginable strain, not just on the national economy but on industries across the world.
A number of North Sea-focused industry groups have announced they will collaborate on a survey designed to assess the pace of digitalisation growth across the sector.
The LNG industry in Mozambique will have a transformative impact on the country’s economy – and establish it as a regional gas hub, participants on an Africa Oil Week webinar have said.
One of Scotland’s top economists has said the Covid-19 crisis may usher in a “window of opportunity” to support the north-east energy transition.
A senior audit and assurance partner at Deloitte said the downturn could be a “catalyst” for change, but oil firms are first taking steps to survive the “uncharted waters”.
A price war between two of the world’s biggest oil producers has sparked one of the worst crude routs in decades, putting companies under “huge pressure” and threatening “brutal” cost cuts.
Remote operations will “change the oilfield services (OFS) world” according to Chris Jones, vice president for OFS in Europe at Baker Hughes.
Oilfield service giants will need to chart a new path if they wish to remain industry top dogs during the energy transition, according to the director of a global investment firm.
Oil and gas firms will still look to invest in hydrogen and carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) technology despite no government subsidy due to climate change "pressure", according to Deloitte partner Daniel Grosvenor.
A power and energy storage expert at Deloitte has been announced as the second speaker to address the P&J’s business breakfast on mergers and acquisitions (M&A) next month.
Experienced due diligence expert and partner at big four firm Deloitte, Shaun Reynolds, will chair a discussion on Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) at a P&J business breakfast next month.
One of the north-east’s top deal makers will address the future of the region’s mergers and acquisitions market at a P&J event next month.
A dip in collaboration and some cases of a lack of trust between oil firms should be a “wake up call” to the industry, according to the head of the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA).
An innovative North Sea equipment sharing scheme devised to save companies time and money on ordering new gear could be revived next year.
UK offshore oil and gas companies have taken a small backward step in their efforts to work together more effectively, a key survey suggests.
As some of the North Sea’s private equity-backed players prepare themselves for public listings, 2020 is expected to be a “big year” for gauging the size of investors’ appetites.
Another “Big Four” global accountancy giant has chosen Marischal Square as the new home for its Aberdeen office.
Later this month OGUK and Deloitte will co-host the launch of the 2019 UKCS Supply Chain Collaboration Survey: “From strategy to action –overcoming barriers to change.”
One of the country’s most respected regeneration tsars has warned Aberdeen should not become complacent following millions of pounds worth of investment in the city.
A Scottish economy expert will share his thought on the future of the country’s finances at the next Press and Journal Business Breakfast.
The UK economy has been under significant strain over the past year and, with an exit from the EU looming, seems unlikely to rally any time soon.
Deloitte has further boosted its Aberdeen-based practice with the announcement that Sarah McGavin has rejoined the firm as an audit director.
A new onshore gas discovery is "potentially the UK's largest", according to preliminary data.
All successful entrepreneurs have a knack of surrounding themselves with the “right people”, business experts said at an event near Aberdeen yesterday.