A new programme aimed at helping domestic supply chain firms benefit from Scotland’s burgeoning offshore wind sector could deliver significant employment opportunities for the north-east.
An Aberdeen-based wire and fibre rope solutions provider has announced the appointment of three new “key members” of staff as it targets “ambitious growth plans”.
Hunting will exit 2020 with fewer than 2,000 employees, a reduction of 34% since the start of the year.
Vattenfall’s Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm could generate more than £100 million for the north-east economy over the next two decades, according to a new study.
Green hydrogen projects, including a number in the north-east, could generate £320 billion for the UK economy and sustain up to 120,000 jobs by 2050, according to a new study.
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.
A marine and risk consultancy firm is offering struggling businesses in the north-east a helping hand to try and support them through the pandemic.
Encouraging start-up companies to remain in the north-east will have a "transformational" effect on jobs creation in the energy sector, according to an industry expert.
Aberdeen must “strike now or miss its chance” on the offshore wind market, a local MSP has warned after a new plans revealed future projects could dominate the north-east coastline.
A senior economist at one of the world’s biggest professional services firms will visit Aberdeen next week to help north-east firms navigate Brexit.
An MEP has issued a fresh call for Labour to act to protect the north-east economy from being battered by Brexit.
A Scottish electrical firm plans to expand its workforce by almost 200 in the next five years.
A north-east man has died in an industrial accident while working off the coast of Africa.
Aberdeenshire-based ROV solutions provider Aleron Ltd has won two contracts in North Africa.
A wide-ranging review of the high cost of electricity in the north and north-east will be carried out by the UK Government following a campaign by Energy Voice's sister publication, the Press and Journal. Scottish Secretary David Mundell revealed last night that there "will be an opportunity to change things" over the coming months. Families in the Highlands and islands, Grampian and Tayside currently pay the highest power bills in the UK because of a regional system for distribution costs.