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.
The Scottish Government has been a conveyor belt for UK cuts, say Dundee trade unionists.
A Dundee turbine components firm has unveiled plans to quadruple its turnover and take on almost 100 additional staff over the next five years.
The largest unoccupied industrial site in Dundee is being knocked down by its new owners.
The £60billion North Sea decommissioning market is on the cusp of its first major cycle, a new report said.
A new harbour master has taken the helm at the ports of Dundee, Methil and Kirkcaldy.
A former cabinet secretary has suggested re-writing the Tay Cities Deal wish-list because of its reliance on a “jobs bonanza myth”.
A Forfar firm has spent a seven-figure sum on a 115 metre high crane that will enhance the decommissioning capabilities at the Port of Dundee.
A Scottish Government fund for helping the country secure decommissioning work has awarded £1.1million worth of backing to six ports.
Video footage of an oil rig leaving Dundee has been published online. The clip, uploaded to YouTube by Stuart Burns, shows the Rowan Gorilla V rig being towed up the Tay and past Broughty Castle. The 20,000-tonne vessel arrived in the city in June.
Dundee hopes to secure thousands of new jobs by “revolutionising” the oil and gas decommissioning sector.
The chief executive of Decom North Sea said the sector’s independent membership organisation is supporting companies in Tayside and Fife to win work. Roger Esson said many companies recognise that now is the time to become an integral part of a robust, global supply chain that will be ready for action when the time for decommissioning comes.
The Port of Dundee has appointed Southbay Civil Engineering as part of its multi-million pound North Sea decommissioning revamp.
Energy Voice began its decommissioning series in October by raising the prospect of a “turf war” in the North Sea over the next 30 years.
There is nothing definite in business, just opportunities and possibilities.
A Texas provider of hot work safety enclosures has unveiled a new modular system designed and manufactured in Dundee, Scotland.
With its core industries of jute, jam and journalism, Dundee was one of the most globalized cities in the world in the early 20th century.
A new multi-million pound investment in the Port of Dundee will prepare the city as the North Sea's decomissioning hub its owners have said.
A call for decommissioning work to go to Dundee has been condemned by Aberdeen MSPs.
Electronic components specialist Albacom has secured a £340,000 contract with Saab to supply aircraft parts.