Aberdonians are having their say on the future of the North Sea, including producing oil and gas in"better" ways and "supporting our own economy".
More than three-quarters of Scots support domestic North Sea production, a survey has found, despite political moves which could harm the sector.
Lord Offord of the Scotland Office said it would be "crazy" to shut down oil and gas in the north-east in response to the Scottish Government's recently announced energy strategy.
A multi-million pound National Subsea Centre (NSC) officially opened its doors for the first time in Aberdeen today as the city seeks to capitalise on the global underwater economy.
Scottish energy strategy branded ‘breathtaking betrayal’ as government takes aim at North Sea exploration
Aberdeen business leaders have condemned the Scottish Government's new energy plan as a "breathtaking betrayal of one of Scotland’s biggest industries."
The Scottish Government's energy minister has faced a grilling over "yet another delay" to the decision on whether to allow fracking in Scotland.