A business leader involved in the development of the largest offshore wind farm in the world has joined forces with a group spearheading a bid to win green freeport status in the Highlands.
Port of Cromarty Firth (PCF)
Port of Nigg has unveiled its new East Quay following a multimillion-pound investment to increase capacity and put it among the top deepwater harbours in the UK.
A project to remove an “eyesore” from the Cromarty Firth has stalled, having been plagued by business disputes and a flurry of health and safety orders.
Crane and lifting provider Sarens has announced a new tie-up with PSG Marine & Logistics to expand offshore wind operations in Scotland.
Falck Renewables, BlueFloat Energy and Ørsted have thrown their weight behind the bid to win Scottish green freeport status for the Cromarty Firth.
‘This shouldn’t be acceptable’: Supply chain leaders warn Scotwind buildout will go abroad without cohesive strategy
Offshore wind sector suppliers have called on the industry to work together to secure opportunities for the domestic supply chain, and criticised projects for which work has already been sent abroad.
Tenders for Scotland’s two green freeports could be awarded as early as July.
The fourth episode of Gigawaters looks to the future, examining how Scotland can make the most of the opportunities presented by floating wind technology.
A further expansion is being planned at the Port of Cromarty Firth (PCF), in Invergordon, ahead of the expected boom in offshore renewables activity there.
Extinction Rebellion is blockading the main entrance to a rig maintenance facility at Port of Cromarty Firth's Invergordon base.
An initiative aimed at helping create a renewable energy jobs boom in the Highlands has been launched, following the appointment of its first manager.
A Cromarty Firth boss has replied to rising oil rig noise complaints, saying residents “have chosen to live on the shores of a busy, industrial port”.
An expected £8billion offshore wind boom promises the Highlands a “once-in-a-generation opportunity that could transform the region,” it was predicted yesterday.
The Highlands’ largest port has reported the most successful year in its 46-year history, with a 90% leap in annual profits.
The Cromarty Firth Port Authority confirmed last night that it is investigating a report of a mysterious "chemical cloud" release from the BP-contracted rig that was occupied by Greenpeace activists.
A director of Moray Offshore Renewables claimed last night that the new £12 million deal with Global Energy Group (Geg) could herald a “significant pipeline” of offshore wind work in the Highlands.
An Invergordon based logistics company is to add another 10 staff to its books after winning a major contract worth more than £1 million.
A mammoth Moray Firth windfarm project has announced a multi-million agreement with a Highland port.
The 700th rig to visit the Cromarty Firth has been welcomed as a further sign of activity picking up in the North Sea oil and gas sector.
Offshore construction of the Beatrice wind farm has started, with developer SSE reporting the successful installation of the first foundation piles.