Opportunities for firms to claim a share of projects worth £40million at a Highland port will be unveiled next week.
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The Highlands and Islands have lost their crown as the top region in Scotland for property rental price growth, industry figures show.
The end of production on a North Sea platform has been marked with a photo campaign after 30 years of operations.
Unite union members have voted to accept a pay offer from the OCA, according to a offshore union representative.
A heady cocktail of beefed up budgets and fierce competition for acquisitions will create a “renaissance” for North Sea exploration this year, analysts said.
The boss of the Crieff Hydro Family of Hotels (CHFH) has said he expects all three of the group’s West Highland operations to be fully booked for much of this year as Scotland’s tourism bonanza shows no sign of abating.
Scottish technology firm Petrotechnics is now under US ownership following its sale by shareholders including chief executive Phil Murray and the Business Growth Fund (BGF).
A strike ballot on one of the UK’s largest offshore gas projects has been forced to be cancelled.
Offshore support vessel operator Sentinel Marine has announced it will create 80 new jobs with the order of three new ships.
Official new figures have revealed Buchan as the home of two of the most environmentally unfriendly industrial sites in Scotland.
Britannia Hotels has expanded its Scottish footprint to five sites, including three in the north and north-east, after buying one of the Highlands’ best-known hotels.
Oil firm Dana Petroleum confirmed this morning that its chief executive had retired from the role.
Trac Oil and Gas’s boss said yesterday that he was “generally satisfied” with the firm’s latest accounts, which showed “strong growth during challenging times”.
Bosses at DNO have warned they will “not go away” after falling short with their hostile takeover offer for Aberdeen-headquartered oil firm Faroe Petroleum.
New rules for living and working conditions on fishing vessels came into force at the start of the new year.
The reduced oil price over the last 2 months (down 20%) is worrying, and it looks like the price could be between $55 and $65 this year.
Bosses at DNO have picked apart a report indicating its takeover bid for Faroe Petroleum was too low. DNO also said it was “troubled” by Faroe’s latest exploration disappointment with the Brasse East well. It follows last month’s disappointment with the Cassidy exploration well offshore Norway. >> To read more on Energy Voice, click here <<
Norwegian firm DNO has given Faroe Petroleum shareholders another two weeks to accept its takeover offer after falling short of its target.
New ways of maintaining ageing oil and gas assets have helped Global Energy Group achieve a rise in profits, chairman Roy MacGregor has said.
Faroe Petroleum said today that a fresh evaluation of its portfolio highlighted the “inadequacy” of DNO’s takeover bid for the firm.
The owner of the Ice Factor visitor attraction in Kinlochleven has warned that climate change may have hampered the start of the outdoor ski season in Scotland.
Police have been called to a serious crash this evening on the Isle of Lewis.
More than 20 north-east jobs have been saved after oil and gas industry supplier Paradigm Flow Services (PFS) was rescued from administration by its parent.
Nearly 30 shop workers at HMV stores in Aberdeen and Inverness are facing an uncertain future following the high street chain’s collapse into administration.
Press and Journal readers will be able to enjoy the best sights Norway and Scotland have to offer when the paper sets sail on its very own cruise adventure.
Oil giant Shell today announced that it had finished offloading shares in its New Zealand business to Austrian oil company OMV.
A new Aberdeenshire-based menswear brand has been launched with the aim of creating high-quality contemporary clothes made in Scotland.
An award-winning Invergordon-based firm has been bought over just two weeks after going into administration.
An award-winning Inverness bakery has expanded its business in the city – creating six new jobs in the process.
The tourism board for the north-east has joined forces with an international airline for its first collaborative campaign to market Aberdeen city and shire as the perfect festive holiday destination.
Profits and turnover at one of the north-east’s biggest success stories have slipped for the first time in three years.
It is one of the most prized archaeological sites in the world.