Underwater operations and their potential for extending the life of UK North Sea fields will be in the spotlight at the fast-looming SPE Offshore Europe oil and gas show.
More than 9,000 people were thrilled by a first look at P&J Live when the north-east’s newest and biggest venue held a special preview event on Saturday.
With the cutting of simple white ribbon, Aberdeen’s new multi-million-pound P&J Live complex officially opened yesterday.
The co-founder of a multi-million pound chocolate enterprise will spotlight issues around diversity and inclusion at Offshore Europe.
DNV GL will call for an updated system to prevent major accident hazards in the energy industry during Offshore Europe next month.
Under a month from now, more than 35,000 people will descend on Aberdeen for the biennial SPE Offshore Europe event.
Industry bosses are planning to publish a “roadmap” at next month’s Offshore Europe on how to achieve the Vision 2035 scenario.
The city of Aberdeen is set to host this year's World Energy Cities Partnerships Annual General Meeting (WECP AGM).
The new boss overseeing Offshore Europe has vowed to “beat the drum” for North Sea oil production amid a rising focus on climate change efforts.
The Press & Journal has revealed Aberdeen’s new £333 million event complex will officially be named P&J Live.
Energy industry heavyweights and a climate change leader will share the stage during the plenary session of SPE Offshore Europe 2019.
A tourism boss has set out hopes that a series of oil and gas events could help bring a recovery for Aberdeen’s hotel market this year.
Organisers have unveiled the programme for this year’s SPE Offshore Europe, one of the largest exhibitions in the international oil and gas calendar.
Aberdeen’s new £333 million conference centre is fuelling fresh interest in one of the biggest oil and gas industry exhibitions on the international calendar.
Aberdeen’s new exhibition centre will open next summer and could put the city on the map as a “cultural destination”.
The North Sea is on a “strong footing” to grow its share of international work, after securing two major conferences last week.
Aberdeen’s new £333million conference centre will “without question” boost hotels hit by the oil downturn, according to its managing director.
North Sea companies must be open to new ideas emerging from oil basins around the world if they truly want to “break through to excellence”, the chair of a major industry conference has said.
The chief executive of German industrial services giant Bilfinger said yesterday that the North Sea has not become an elephants’ graveyard.
Energy Voice is delighted to announce that Ian Walters of Hydro Group has won a TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45 smartwatch in partnership with Jamieson & Carry.
The North Sea oil and gas industry needs to “keep the good work going” in order to fight off competitors for new investment, an analyst has said.
The head of a major Norwegian industrial investment company has said the North Sea will be one of the busiest regions to work in over the next two to three years.
Global industrial equipment supplier SPX Flow said yesterday that it had invested £200,000 in upgrading its Aberdeen service centre.
An Aberdeen energy consultancy is helping Japanese oil and gas companies to gain a better understanding of decommissioning and how to manage their global asset and abandonment liabilities.
The North Sea industry has turned a critical corner, according to industry veteran Sir Ian Wood.