New contracts worth £35 million are helping Aberdeen firm Craig International bounce back after a Covid-hit year of losses.
Offshore procurement specialist Craig International, of Aberdeen, is to deliver two new contracts worth a total of more than £5 million through its fledgling Ecobuy service.
In today's fast-moving world, a striking photograph still has the power to make us pause and ponder.
Tributes have been paid to Ian Bonnon, founder and chairman of Offshore Wind Consultants (OWC), after the company confirmed he died earlier this week.
Leading UK energy trainers, Survivex and AIS Training, have developed a comprehensive free guide to the wind industry for businesses looking to diversify or secure work in the sector.
Taleveras has become the first African independent gas trading company to secure a term deal with a Mont Belvieu-based LPG facility for the export of liquefied petroleum gas starting in the first quarter of 2021.
The Energy Industries Council (EIC), the leading trade association for companies that supply goods and services to the energy industries worldwide, has appointed four new non-executive directors to its board.
Taleveras has joined a growing list of global trading firms increasing their presence in the liquefied natural gas market, raising its delivery volumes by almost 30% year on year.
Pupils from across the north-east are being given the chance to interview leading lights in the energy industry as part of TechFest’s annual STEM in the Pipeline initiative.
There is an urgent need for a change in the way the energy industry works given that oil prices are expected to be "medium-for-longer", according to Schlumberger chief executive Paal Kibsgaard.
The Chancellor has been accused of slashing support for energy efficiency measures, as figures show a surge in the number of excess winter deaths last year.
General Electric said it had struck an agreement with the Government to access export financing of up to 12 billion US dollars (£8 billion) in a deal that could create up to 1,000 jobs.
A new taskforce will be created to support Scotland's oil and gas sector.
Atlantic-focused explorer Chariot Oil will not extend its current exploration licence in the Northern Blocks of offshore Namibia. The company said they will not apply for further use of blocks 1811A&B when the license ends on October 26.
Scottish businesses are hoping for a boost from a trade mission to Brazil next week.
Business leaders on both sides of the Atlantic will strengthen links between Aberdeen and Houston at a hi-tech event next month.
Former chancellor Alistair Darling will speak at an annual energy dinner in Aberdeen on Thursday.
Simmons and Company International said yesterday its Aberdeen office completed nearly £1.5billion of deals in 2012, more than doubling the previous year's total.
A retired teacher is behind a government and industry-supported initiative to help young people into the energy industry.
A skills training academy based in Nigg Energy Park has already prepared new recruits for life at Global Energy.
Total's Elgin G4 well has now been fully cemented in and the firm is working towards bringing the platform back into production, an event will hear in Aberdeen this week.
It was with great interest that I read the article by Les Linklater in September's edition of Energy. While the organisation for which he works, Step Change in Safety, is primarily focused on making the UK the safest place in which to work in the worldwide oil and gas industry, the theme of the article - working towards a change in industry culture - resonated with me, and also my CEO, Andrew Kain.
Organisations and individuals in the energy industry have been encouraged to share their success stories and enter the annual Offshore Achievement Awards (OAAs).
Aberdeen's Energy Institute Young Professional Network (EIYPN) is hosting its inaugural black tie event next month.
Efforts to relieve the skill shortage in Scotland's energy industry have received a £2million boost.