Firms in Scotland's energy sector have been urged to stop waiting and "prepare now" for the potential impact of Brexit.
Aberdeen-headquartered Katoni Engineering has appointed an industry stalwart as its new chairman.
The chance to help grow the company was the reason a trio of engineers left giant North Sea firms for relative newcomer Katoni Engineering.
Bosses at Katoni Engineering said the firm’s latest achievement shows smaller companies can be “industry-leading”.
When I was approached to write a piece in this edition of Energy Voice, I have to admit, I was initially unsure. As some of you will know we are a new company looking to challenge the ways that things are done. We are independent, creative and bold and many of our growing young team were born in the late 80s and early 90s. Therefore, writing about how we do things in the context of the past was a tough call.
An electrical and instrumentation (E&I) designer for the oil industry, who is part of the Aberdeen FC ladies team, is setting new goals on and off the pitch.
A former director at the Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce (AGCC) has taken up a new role in the energy sector.
Pilots are flying into a "black hole" when landing on North Sea platforms at night.