Demand for office space in the Granite City will more than double this year along with the rising oil price, a new report has found.
The £700 million raised for the Crown Estate at last month’s ScotWind auction highlighted just how much interest there is in the renewables sector in Scotland.
Demand for office accommodation in Aberdeen has rocketed during the past year, new figures from property firm Knight Frank suggest.
Higher oil prices are contributing to growing demand for office space in Aberdeen, new figures have revealed.
Having just settled into its new Aberdeen premises, seals technology specialist Freudenberg Oil & Gas is planning further growth, including creating more jobs.
Oil and gas upstream recruitment specialist Caerus Resources is aiming for further growth after moving to premises at Banchory Business Centre about four times the size of its previous Aberdeen site.
Aberdeen-based rig-cooling technology business Optima is to open a new base near Stavanger after making a multimillion-pound investment in new equipment to be used in the Barents Sea.
Offshore catering and service firm Trinity International is investing in its Norwegian and Singapore bases.
The links between Scotland and Norway are long standing.
ABERDEEN oil service company Omega Completion Technology (OCT) said yesterday it had invested £2million in a new building at Dyce as part of expansion plans which will also see a 20% bigger workforce.
Aberdeen firm Optima Solutions said yesterday it had doubled its office space after investing £350,000 in its headquarters.
Specialist engineer STATS Group has invested £5million in a new headquarters in the north-east as it eyes further expansion.
Aberdeen company Rubberatkins has announced a £3million expansion plan for 2009.