The boss of Forth Ports will outline his vision for the future of the Port of Dundee at a Courier Business Briefing next month.
Potential for ‘thousands’ of jobs as Sir Ian Wood unveils plans for Aberdeen ‘Energy Transition Zone’
Sir Ian Wood has unveiled ambitious plans to help the north-east economy capitalise on the energy transition, potentially creating “thousands” of jobs in the process.
Engineering firm Pryme Group has confirmed it has started a redundancy process at its base in Newcastle following “continued losses”.
A former North Sea oil worker has interrupted First Minister’s Questions as part of a demonstration on climate change.
Seven people have appeared in court after climate activists boarded a gas rig in a bid to prevent it heading out to the North Sea.
Extinction Rebellion activists have now ended their occupation of an oil rig in Dundee which was aimed at stopping it from working for Shell in the North Sea.
The Scottish Government has announced £60 million in funding for a new "centre of innovation" in Dundee.
Increased profits at the Port of Dundee helped operator Forth Ports to profits of almost £100 million last year.
Executives from Brazil’s biggest port said they want to “copy and paste” Dundee’s decommissioning success on a visit to the city this week.
Dundee celebrated the city's growing shift to electric vehicles (EVs) this week with a V&A Museum event which brought together advocates of the technology.
An Aberdeenshire offshore lifting equipment firm is flying high after securing a boost of nearly £200,000 to sales in 2018.
Shell's Curlew vessel has arrived in Dundee for cleaning and waste disposal as part of a contract with Augean North Sea Services (ANSS).
The general secretary of OPEC, Mohammed Barkindo, will give the keynote speech at this year’s Dundee Energy Forum next week.
An Aberdeen-headquartered firm which provides lifting equipment and inspection services will open an office at the Port of Dundee today.
A safety specialist is eyeing a move to Dundee to capitalise on upcoming decommissioning projects.
An offshore wind specialist has taken premises at the Port of Dundee as it unveiled plans to double its number of staff to 30 by the end of this year.
Oil giant Shell has revealed the vessel for its Curlew field in the North Sea would be taken to Turkey for dismantling.
A Chinese state-owned maritime giant which completed the largest single-lift sea salvage operation in history will today open the doors to its first UK office in Dundee.
Scotland’s first ultra-deep-water (UDW) port would have to secure 10 decommissioning projects to pay for itself, a flagship report said.
A former chief executive of Dundee Port Authority has demanded a retraction of the ‘false claims that the port is not deep enough for decommissioning work amid fears the incident could do “long term damage” to Dundee’s reputation as a marine facility.
A Dundee specialist manufacturer of offshore valves for the oil industry has moved back into the black despite tough trading conditions.
Video has emerged online showing two oil rigs engulfed in fog.
An investigation has been launched after video emerged online of two men taking a speedboat underneath two oil rigs at the port of Dundee.
Greater collaboration is required if Dundee is to achieve its aim of becoming an international hub for the offshore decommissioning sector.
Dundee-based manufacturing services group Pryme said its sales grew more than 20% last year due to increased levels of activity in the oil and gas sector.