A mental health expert has warned the downturn in the oil and gas industry could lead to more accidents offshore.
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He was the Aberdeen golfer who crashed into the rough last year amid the oil and gas crisis.
An oil industry veteran said he hoped Opec's agreement on output would boost confidence among oil companies and attract more investment.
A new piece of kit that could strip down decommissioning costs is expected to be in Aberdeen in time for Christmas.
A top energy professor said yesterday that the Scottish Government would be “foolish” to permanently ban fracking.
An oil and gas industry veteran yesterday warned that 2017 would be another washout for North Sea drilling unless investment is secured quickly.
Robert Gordon University (RGU) has joined forces with Perth-based well engineering firm Merlin ERD to offer an intensive oil and gas drilling course.
A government-backed initiative to help companies exploit the value of data has celebrated its first year of operation in Aberdeen.
The UK Government has awarded Robert Gordon University (RGU) funding to identify and close skills gaps in India’s energy sector.
Robert Gordon University (RGU) will help Mexico close the skills gap in its oil and gas industry after the UK Government awarded it funding for the project.
An oil industry leader has said Scottish Government plans to funnel jobless oil and gas workers into teaching could be “very valuable”.
The UK North Sea has the chance to become a world leader in decommissioning practice, according to a leading industry figure.
A north-east university has teamed up with an oil and gas data specialist to launch a new course as demand for information management grows despite the decline in oil prices.
As if rogue governments, Anonymous vigilantes and international terrorists didn't pose enough of a cyber-security threat, it seems the humble fridge may be placed on the watch list if the Internet of Things takes hold in the energy industry.
2016 will be a "super tough" year to graduate for students studying oil and gas related subjects, according to the head of the University of Aberdeen's energy institute.
The University and College Union (UCU) has warned that cutting staff numbers at Robert Gordon University will threaten teaching quality and undermine efforts to recruit more students.
Around 100 jobs are expected to go at Aberdeen's Robert Gordon University as it tries to cut operating costs by £6 million.
Who would have thought in the summer of 2014 that the industry would long for the oil price to recover to $61 per barrel?
In a performance that most magicians could only dream of aspiring towards, Chancellor George Osborne delivered an alleged austerity autumn statement that both mesmerised and left red-faced the Chairman Mao little red book-waving Labour opposition.
Outstanding engineering students will present their theses to a panel of distinguished judges as the Energy Institute in Aberdeen hosts its annual competition to find the best academic paper.
A company formed to commercialise technology that promised to make remote gas finds more economic to exploit has gone into administration.
An event takes place later this month to help engineering students in Europe’s energy capital develop the necessary skills to progress from university to industry.
A new course in petroleum data management for the oil and gas industry is to be launched by Aberdeen's Robert Gordon University and Oil and Gas UK's subsidary Common Data Access.
An Aberdeen engineer, made redundant during the recent oil industry contraction, has decided to return to further education as the sector confronts a new reality.
Professor Paul de Leeuw, director of Robert Gordon University’s Oil and Gas Institute said the North Sea industry will endure a period of short term pain before it could emerge leaner, fitter and better able to compete as the oil price recovers in years to come.