Energy services giant Wood Group says it remains on course of hitting 2013 targets after being boosted by North Sea and overseas operations.
The administrator handling compensation claims over the Deepwater Horizon disaster has been ordered to stop settlements to some companies who claim the oil spill cost them money.
Problems with Super Puma aircraft have cost Bond Offshore Helicopters more than £4million in the past year, it has emerged.
A court ruling to block a huge windfarm in Shetland has driven a “coach and horses” through the planning system, it was claimed last night.
The number of windfarms built and being planned for Scottish land.
Lady Clark of Calton’s decision in the Court of Session case of Sustainable Scotland v The Scottish Ministers has serious legal implications for the large scale onshore energy industry in Scotland, writes June Gilles.
Tycoon Donald Trump has made a fresh attempt to block plans for a windfarm in Aberdeen Bay following Lady Clark’s landmark ruling.