Confronted with redundancy after a collective 22 years in the oil and gas industry, two former oil and gas workers today bring fresh deli street food to Aberdeen in a bid to transform their fortunes.
RockRose Energy’s boss said the North Sea oil firm would take time to “digest” its latest acquisition, rather than diving into further deals.
Global Energy Group boss Roy MacGregor has welcomed signs of Nigg Energy Park establishing itself as a “multi-user, multi-sector” asset, with more than 700 people at work there on renewables, oil and gas and subsea projects.
North-east brothers Callum and Peter Sim are launching a premium gin under their new Raven Spirits brand.
One of the two partners in the consortium building the Aberdeen city bypass expects “practical completion” of the £745 million-plus project in the summer.
Oil and gas technology firm Verum Solutions will look to create up to five jobs in Aberdeen and is “exploring” opening premises in the Granite City.
The latest offshore licensing round shows exploration is still “alive” in the North Sea, the industry’s regulator said today.
Visitors to a famous distillery are expected to double after the completion of a £140 million development.
Once upon a time the words “tweed” and “twee” were synonymous. Asked to picture who would wear a tweed jacket and most people would naturally imagine an old man sitting on the back pew of their church or a posh lady wrapped up in a tweed coat enjoying coffee and a scone at House of Bruar.
Stepping into the auditorium of the historic Tivoli theatre in Aberdeen was definitely a “wow” moment.
The new boss of the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre has said the venue will be among the best in the country when completed next year.
The purpose of wealth creation is to improve quality of life and culture plays a key role in enhancing our existence
Martin Gilbert, co-CEO of Standard Life Aberdeen
Jane Spiers is Chief Executive, Aberdeen Performing Arts
Scotland’s fishing industry turns its attention back to the day-to-day business of catching fish during a two-day event in Aberdeen later this week.
Crown Estate Scotland (CES) has unveiled proposals to lease seabed to encourage a new generation of offshore wind projects in Scotland’s waters.
Shell and BP may have to face down shareholder opposition to their chief executives’ pay packets at their annual general meetings next week.
A major business body has called for Aberdeen council chiefs to ditch plans for a “unwanted and regressive” tourist tax it believes will damage the city.
The UK’s subsea sector hopes to reap rewards from some of the young talent on show at an event in Aberdeen yesterday.
An Aberdeen-based digital media production company won two of the accolades up for grabs at the world’s oldest independent film and video festival.
The UK’s largest annual fishing industry showcase is back in the north-east next week.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Richard Glanville, owner of Inverness-based rescue equipment firm MacInnes Stretchers.
Equifax says uncertainty about security may be one of the reasons why more than a third (34%) of Scottish consumers prefer using cash, rather than contactless, when buying goods and services.
Two new whiskies launched by Edderton-based Balblair have been awarded gold status at prestigious industry awards less than six months after their release.
Two Aberdeen businesses have won contracts to help city businesses improve their green-energy credentials.
A former Scottish football supremo has been appointed as chairman of an iconic Moray food firm.
New flights between Aberdeen and Belgium have been hailed as a major coup for north-east tourism after the Granite City was chosen over Edinburgh and Glasgow for the route.
The 2018 Gold Awards, in association with the Press and Journal, is shaping up to be another spectacular celebration of north-east businesses.
The owners of the north-east’s biggest mart have claimed the region’s economy will suffer after councillors delayed a decision on a £5 million expansion.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) said yesterday a £3.6 billion deal struck with the US Department for Justice was a “milestone moment” in its efforts to clean up the business.
A Highland subsea training centre has been rescued from the threat of closure after an industry collaboration with a hat-trick of offshore firms.
Serica Energy’s acquisition of stakes in a North Sea field co-owned by Iran is likely to go ahead despite the US’s withdrawal from an international pact, an analyst has said.
The signing of a statement of intent by representatives of Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) this week could mean “big business” for Aberdeen, said councillor Barney Crockett.