Aberdeen has suffered flooding, leading to a number of North Sea-bound helicopters being grounded at Dyce.
Dräger Marine & Offshore have made a multi-million pound investment into a new Aberdeen based North Sea energy facility.
Energy services firm Centurion Group reversed major year on year losses to finish 2021 on a solid financial footing.
Specialist rope access and inspection service company TRAC Oil and Gas has announced it has changed its name to TRAC Energy.
Oilfield equipment specialist OSSO has announced its move to a larger headquarters in Aberdeen.
The UK arm of US helicopter giant Bristow has reported a narrowing of annual losses but it continues to rely heavily on goodwill from its parent.
By identifying gaps in the well services market and working closely with established international partners, Wellvene has significantly expanded its global reach over the last three years.
A leading supplier of paint spraying and fluid handling equipment to the oil and gas industry has moved into a new base on the outskirts of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy technology company RotoJar has rebranded to become HydroVolve.
Savills and Knight Frank have been appointed joint agents for bp’s North Sea headquarters, in Dyce, Aberdeen, following the energy giant’s decision to relocate elsewhere in the city.
Further job cuts are planned at oilfield equipment firm Dril-Quip in Aberdeen as it moves manufacturing work out of the region, Energy Voice understands.
An Aberdeen engineering firm has expanded its team after obtaining substantial backing from a Malaysian energy services group earlier this year.
The Aberdeen oil boom after discovery of the giant Forties field nearly tempted one of the former top bosses at BP to leave the company for property development.
An Aberdeen road will be one-way temporarily for almost two months.
US oilfield services giant Halliburton has confirmed it will close its main UK office in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen North Sea rentals firm has been ordered to axe around 20 staff despite the firm showing increased profits during the coronavirus pandemic.
Oceaneering has put more than 300 UK workers at risk of redundancy less than three months after opening a brand new regional headquarters in Aberdeen.
Industry chiefs are fighting in Westminster and Capitol Hill to support global helicopter firms that operate in the UK North Sea, warning some “will probably not survive”.
A family-run Aberdeen business is facing closure this week due to the effects of the coronavirus on air travel.
Oceaneering has moved more than 300 workers in Aberdeen into new offices in a bid to consolidate its presence in the city.
Weir Group has announced it is preparing to exit its struggling oil and gas business, bringing uncertainty for 50 Aberdeen jobs.
Aberdonian entrepreneur Jim Shiach has sold oilfield services company Centrifuges Un-Limited to the family that previously owned supply chain giant Ferguson Group.
An Aberdeen offshore firm is toasting a surge in profits after being acquired by one of the world’s largest industrial gas suppliers.
More than a dozen job losses are expected to hit the workforce of a Halliburton company in the north-east.
North Sea helicopter pilots working for CHC have voted to take strike action following a pay dispute.