An RAF squadron set up at the height of the Cold War is looking to the oil and gas industry as it seeks to bolster its ranks.
An investment fund created to establish diversification across the north-east of Scotland has offshore wind “firmly in its sights”, according to Sir Ian Wood.
Activists occupying a BP-contracted oil rig in the Cromarty Firth have been served with an injunction by the owner in a bid to halt a two-day standoff, Greenpeace UK has claimed.
A huge North Sea field capable of covering 5% of UK gas demand has come on stream following investment of around £3.5 billion.
The North Sea boss of Total has confirmed the first gas from the £3.3billion Culzean mega-project is due in a "few days' time".
Oilfield services giant Weatherford International has announced further backing from lenders for financial restructuring plans aimed at significantly reducing its colossal debt pile.
An Aberdeen-headquartered technology and engineering group is on course to deliver a major jump in revenues this year.
The latest round up of events at this year's OTC.
UK oil chiefs believe their “vision” for the future can play a crucial role in tackling one of the biggest challenges ever faced – the energy transition.
Oilfield services firm Craig International has won a North Sea contract worth around £20million with BP.
A new report for the UK oil and gas industry shows a “scary and disappointing” lack of progress on gender diversity, according to a Wood boss.
Two north and north-east businesses are among only eight in Scotland and 201 from throughout the UK to be recognised in the 2019 Queen’s Awards for Enterprise.
Chrysaor has agreed to buy US operator ConocoPhillips’ North Sea assets in a £2billion deal.
Piper Alpha trauma expert David Alexander has officially joined the support team of a north-east firm offering a range of specialist training services.
One of the North Sea’s original pioneers has bid farewell to a basin he first operated in almost 50 years ago.
A new report has lowered forecasts for UK oil and gas revenues by an average of £600 million per year to 2024.
Trade union officials have announced additional strike dates after oilfield service firms Aker Solutions and Petrofac issued redundancy notices to staff.
Locals living near a north-east gas plant have been issued letters warning them a routine spring clean could cause a pungent pong.
A suspected gas leak at an Aberdeen school forced hundreds pupils to go home yesterday morning.
Aberdeen-headquartered John Lawrie Group has announced it will set up a £5 million decommissioning base at the Port of Dundee.
Until recently, Guyana was listed among the poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere and - though boasting a landmass larger than Scotland and England combined - home to a low-wage population of just 750,000 people.
Equivalent of 250 million barrels of oil discovered in North Sea – the biggest in more than a decade
Chinese, French and Italian energy firms are celebrating the biggest gas find in the UK North Sea in more than a decade.
A North Sea drilling crew has rustled up a rap video to highlight safety offshore.
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.
As Scotland’s energy sector transitions to a lower-carbon future, diversification has become a buzzword for businesses looking to take advantage of new opportunities.
Energy service giant Subsea 7 has won the contract for a major North Sea infrastructure project with Shell.
Changes to off-payroll working rules will “acutely impact” the North Sea oil and gas sector, a tax expert has warned.
Speculation arose last night as two oil and gas operators emerged as potential bidders for a package of Chevron’s North Sea assets.
A boss at Aker Solutions has been appointed to the board of Oil and Gas UK (OGUK).
Petrofac has launched a new facility to take advantage of the “enormous potential” of digital technology to benefit the North Sea and wider oil and gas sector.
Around 1,400 jobs in oil and gas based in Aberdeen are expected to be lost in the next three years, according to a new report.