Energy service company Scopus Engineering yesterday announced a £13million investment from Growth Capital Partners (GCP).
Energy engineering consultant Prospect has set out plans to increase both its turnover and workforce in the next 12 months.
Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell has sent letters to Greenpeace offices around the world warning the campaign group not to interrupt its exploration in the Arctic.
ENERGY experts from across the world will meet in Aberdeen next month for the chance to work with Saudi Arabia's national oil company on new technology.
German oil and gas firm RWE Dea said yesterday it planned to start production at two North Sea gas fields next year.
Official figures out today show the number of oil or gas leaks which could lead to major incidents on installations in UK waters has fallen.
Scottish oil firm Cairn Energy gave an update yesterday on its summer drilling programme offshore Greenland, saying arrangements were taking shape for up to four exploration wells.
The All-Energy 2011 show was hailed as the renewables industry's answer to Offshore Europe yesterday after another record turnout.
ABERDEEN-BASED weather monitoring firm Muir Matheson expects its turnaround in fortunes to continue after launching new services.
First Minister Alex Salmond told All-Energy 2011 conference delegates in Aberdeen yesterday that the Scottish Government wanted the country to sell as much energy as it used by 2020.
Aberdeen energy service company RBG has been sold to Dutch group Stork Technical Services (STS) in a private-equity-backed deal, it was announced yesterday.
An annual renewable-energy show and conference is expected to be bigger and better when it returns for the 11th time next week.
ENERGY service giant Wood Group rounded off a busy year yesterday with a call to the UK Government to introduce flexible and efficient measures to limit the damage of its 12 percentage point tax rise.
The organisation driving forward the UK's multibillion-pound subsea oil and gas industry has appointed a former diver as its new chief executive.
There was both good and bad employment news for the north-east oil industry yesterday.
Accountancy experts have attacked Chancellor George Osborne's £10billion tax grab on the North Sea industry and fear it will damage the UK's competitiveness.
North Sea helicopter operator Bond Offshore Helicopters (BOH) is under new ownership after a near-£270million takeover of its parent.