Drilling operator Noble has published new footage of one of its giant jack-up rigs leaving Aberdeen Harbour.
As the Noble Innovator oil rig leaves the Granite City, a Port of Aberdeen boss has described the project as “a win-win for everybody involved.”
A towering oil rig, which has been part of the Granite City skyline for three months, has departed Aberdeen for the North Sea.
The Noble Innovator, the giant oil rig which has become a part of the Aberdeen skyline in recent months, is set to depart the city's South Harbour on Friday.
Work on an oil rig stationed in Aberdeen has secured dozens of jobs for contractor Semco Maritime.
A huge oil rig docked in Aberdeen will kick off work for oil giant BP in May, according to new contract details.
Stunning drone footage has captured the moment Aberdeen’s new South Harbour welcomed its first ever drilling rig.
A worker scaled the Noble Innovator, providing sweeping views of Aberdeen from the 200-metre jackup legs.
Residents of Torry have voiced their outrage at the arrival of a towering oil rig at the Port of Aberdeen which they say is being imposed on the community “without any consultation”.
A huge oil rig, sporting legs more than 200 metres in height, has become the largest ever vessel to visit the Port of Aberdeen.