Businesses in Ireland and the UK have been warned to prepare for a “hazardous trading landscape” in the wake of a no-deal Brexit.
A project to develop a new UK oil and gas skills strategy, which could lead to 40,000 new jobs, has been launched after skills and standards body Opito gained widespread support for its recently published Workforce Dynamics Review.
Investment in new technology development by the Oil and Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC) has hit £3.8 million after the Aberdeen-based facility signed its 75th project.
A north-east oilfield service firm is investing more than £1 million in rental equipment this year and recruiting extra staff to help meet growing demand.
New engineering and technology company Texo Group has announced its first acquisition.
Battlelines are being drawn over plans to build a Premier Inn on a prominent site in Thurso.
A Highland subsea training centre is reaping the benefits of a recent deal to secure its future with the re-launch of a hugely popular commercial diving course.
Firms and organisations in the north and north-east have been named among the contenders for the Scottish Environment Business awards, known as the Vibes.
Premier Oil’s boss said yesterday the company was in “good shape” to compete for North Sea acquisitions as its finances improve.
A north-east offshore services firm is celebrating a record year and prestigious award after battling its way back from the brink of closure.
GMB Union has called the “effective” closure of BiFab yards a “dark day” for the Scottish economy as the core workforce is cut in a move that sees senior staff keep their posts.
A fledgling energy services company has seen its well solutions business notch up a bumper client list in just over a year.
A major milestone has been reached for Total E&P UK’s huge Culzean gas field in the North Sea.
Wealthy investors with cash to spend on acquisitions are launching a new engineering and technology group from headquarters in the north-east.
His Majesty’s Theatre echoed with applause yesterday as some of the north-east’s best young business minds graduated from university.
A Moray MP has praised the efforts of a local business continuing to invest in rural communities following a visit to a sawmill in the region.
Scotland has been named the second most attractive location in the UK for foreign direct investment (FDI) after London, for the fifth consecutive year.
A Shetland fish shop closed its doors for the last time yesterday, signalling the end for a business run by several generations of the McNab family.
Expansion is on the cards for an Aberdeen rubber maker as the oil industry shows signs of emerging from several “awful” years.
Oil firm Serica Energy has revealed that it will move into the H1 building at the Hill of Rubislaw complex in Aberdeen next month.
An Aberdeen-based subsea technology firm is celebrating a double milestone after completing its 500th project in its 25th year.
Major oil and gas operators may withdraw from less profitable parts of the North Sea over the next year but that shouldn’t be viewed as a bad move, according to one of the industry’s leading economists.
Offshore trade union Unite has announced that strikes will go ahead on three of French oil giant Total’s North Sea rigs in a dispute of pay and working hours.
A website credited with helping secure contracts worth a total of more than £174 million for small and medium-sized businesses in the north and north-east over the past six years has been saved from closure.
Inverness-based local newspaper publisher Scottish Provincial Press (SPP) has plunged into the red during what its managing director described as a “very challenging year.”
North-east accountancy firm James Milne has snapped up two smaller rivals.
An Aberdeen burger restaurant which previously donated profits to good causes has closed.
The chairman of Lerwick Port Authority (LPA) has hailed the growing contribution of cruise ship visits as the organisation released its annual review, showing a steep drop in profits and a decline in turnover last year.
The new £300 million wind farm off Aberdeen has reached a major milestone by generating power for the first time.
An Angus based timber merchant has merged with a Central Belt rival in a multi-million pound move that creates the largest independent timber distribution company in Scotland.
A huge swing in North Sea oil revenues suggests the sector is “alive and well”, an industry chief said.
Independent boutique Scotch whisky distillery The GlenAllachie has unveiled its first core range of aged single malts, selected by master distiller Billy Walker.