A major Aberdeenshire project could be in line for a share of a multi-million-pound UK Government scheme to fuel low-carbon jobs.
Pale Blue Dot Energy (PBD) has gained "financial heft", with backing from an Australian investment giant to help deliver one of the UK’s first major CCS projects.
The UK arm of Norwegian energy service group NorSea has said investment in its Aberdeenshire base to date totals more than £2 million.
An Aberdeen oil worker who was recently made redundant from Halliburton due to Covid-19 has now set up his own hand sanitiser business to help tackle the virus.
Chinese investors are willing to stump up the £500 million building costs for a new renewable energy “village” creating up to 2,500 jobs in Peterhead.
TechnipFMC has said employee safety is of “paramount importance” after confirming a virus outbreak on board one of its North Sea vessels.
A “virtual” remembrance service will be held tomorrow to mark 11 years since a fatal helicopter crash near Peterhead.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm Asco has been awarded a North Sea deal worth more than £100million with operator CNOOC.
An Aberdeenshire project has been awarded £2.7million to test and develop a cost-effective way or converting North Sea gas to a clean fuel.
A north-east head teacher has claimed that some parents who got rich working in oil “don’t see the value” in making their children attend school.
JBS Fabrication Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of JBS Group (Scotland) Ltd, was recently awarded a long-term contract for its patented Sea Axe controlled flow subsea excavation equipment.
A north-east business has lodged a retrospective planning application after being ordered to stop demolishing a listed building.
Many of the UK's heavy industries could close unless the Government kick-starts carbon capture technology, MPs are warning.
The legacies of 16 people killed in a helicopter crash have been remembered with the naming of a new lifeboat.
A new Aberdeen lifeboat is set to be named for a man who died in a tragic helicopter crash.
Fears have been raised of “another false dawn” for north-east jobs on carbon capture and storage (CCS) as the government risks falling behind on delivery plans.
The hopes of north-east campaigners were raised yesterday after the transport secretary confirmed improvements to a notorious road would be included in a review.
A decade on since a fatal crash in the North Sea, helicopter transport remains the “biggest concern” for the offshore workforce.
Although the offshore industry has moved on in the 10 years since April 1 2009, for many of the families of the 16 men who died in the Super Puma crash north of Peterhead, time has stood still.
A north-east engineering boss has been banned from running companies for seven years after failing to pay correct tax.
Success on the continent for one of the north-east’s biggest employers could lead to the creation of a number of new jobs in Peterhead.
An electricity superhighway planned between Peterhead and Norway could bring a 600-job boom to the area, according to plans submitted by developers.
UK government taskforce earmarks North East for carbon capture – three years after pulling £1billion funding
A UK Government taskforce has highlighted Peterhead as a key region to deploy Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology, less than three years after Westminster cut a £1billion fund to develop it.
A major improvement programme that will deliver ‘the most efficient supply base in the industry’ is well underway with building work expected to be completed by the end of the year.
The giant Asian Hercules III has been spotted coming into Peterhead Port today to wait for the Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm foundations after their arrival was delayed by 'the beast from the east'.