North entrepreneur Roy MacGregor among the welcoming party.
Port of Nigg
Global Energy Group marked the first steel cutting of major components earmarked for the Moray West offshore wind project at the Port of Nigg.
Birthday boy Roy MacGregor on new opportunities, green freeports and Global Energy Group’s latest results
Consistency in green energy policy-making is top of the 2023 wish list for Highland entrepreneur Roy MacGregor.
Global Port Services has confirmed the award of multiple contracts in support of the Seagreen wind farm, securing over 100 jobs and marking its first major awards since the opening of a new quayside space.
Global Engineering and Construction (E&C) expects to create about 100 new jobs in Aberdeen after securing further work with North Sea oil producer Ping Petroleum.
The foundations of the SSE (LON: SSE) Seagreen project are set to begin their journey from the Port of Nigg to the wind farm off Angus.
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 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.
The Hummingbird Spirit has been captured entering the Cromarty Firth on what could be one of its last ever journeys.
The Hummingbird Spirit FPSO will head off from the North Sea today to the Cromarty Firth - ahead of an uncertain future for the vessel which could see it scrapped.
Tenders for Scotland’s two green freeports could be awarded as early as July.
The Port of Nigg has been selected by wind turbine and services group Siemens Gamesa as its assembly and installation port for the Moray West offshore wind farm.
A renewables expert believes the scale of interest in developing floating offshore wind in Scotland proves that the technology is more than a passing fancy.
North entrepreneur Roy MacGregor has pointed to strength in diversity as the key to future success for his Global Energy Group (GEG).
There was a real sense of juxtaposition in Scotland’s energy industry on December 3.
What will be the UK’s largest offshore wind tower manufacturing facility is to be built in the Highlands.
Global Energy Group (GEG) is to trial a “ground-breaking” electron beam welding technology at its Port of Nigg facility in the Highlands.
Developers of Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm are celebrating after the final turbine at the project was successfully installed.
Global Energy Group has teamed up with the world’s second largest producer of methanol as it seeks to develop a low carbon cluster in Cromarty Firth.
SSE Renewables and TotalEnergies are celebrating the arrival of the first jacket superstructures for what will be Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm.
Westminster has reinforced its pledge to roll out its freeport model in Scotland, despite allegations it is “ignoring” the matter.
In the Scottish Highlands, discussions are currently ongoing that could transform the region into the world’s next energy and maritime hotspot.
Global Energy Group is planning to develop a manufacturing cluster around the £100million fabrication plant it is proposing to build at its Port of Nigg facility on the shores of the Cromarty Firth.
Global Energy Group (GEG) has outlined plans to capitalise on the energy transition after enjoying a period of growth within the business.
Governments mulling financial support for turbine manufacturing facility at Highlands port, says report
Port of Nigg could be in line to receive government funding to allow it to manufacture turbines for what will be the world’s largest offshore wind farm, according to a news report.