The developers of a giant Peterhead to Norway energy link have allayed fears that a 'no deal' Brexit could cost the north-east millions in lost business.
A giant supercable linking a north-east town with Norway has been approved by Aberdeenshire Council.
Plans for a giant energy cable linking the north-east with Scandinavia could be given the go ahead this week.
An electricity superhighway planned between Peterhead and Norway could bring a 600-job boom to the area, according to plans submitted by developers.
Norwegian oil rig construction firm Kvaerner has sent a right of appeal to the country’s Water Resources and Energy Directorate over concerns that a planned sea cable between the UK and Norway may hamper operations.
The European Union will put 10million euros (£8.5million) toward the construction of an interconnector between the north-east of Scotland and Norway.