Donald Trump’s golf course company has been ordered to pay almost £250,000 in legal expenses to the Scottish Government following a court battle over a wind farm.
An Aberdeen University archaeologist has been awarded £100,000 to advance her pioneering work exploring modern Scots' ancestors through the study of their bone chemistry.
A Michelin-starred chef will attempt to sail across the Atlantic Ocean next month to raise money for a Parkinson’s charity.
The 115 workers evacuated from a North Sea platform following a subsea structural inspection are being flown back to shore.
More than 100 people have been evacuated from a North Sea oil platform.
Researchers claim grey seals to blame for deaths of porpoises washed up on north and north-east coastlines
They are seen as the country's friendliest sea creatures, with countless people flocking to the coast to glimpse them up close.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is investigating after a fire involving oil broke out on a North Sea platform.
Greenpeace activists will occupy two North Sea oil platforms for ‘as long as needed’ to get message across
Greenpeace said last night that protestors would occupy two North Sea oil platforms for “as long as needed” to get their message across.
A worker has been flown to hospital after a fire broke out on North Sea platform.
Neptune Energy has followed a surging private equity push in the North Sea, by making a 280 million US dollar (£221.3 million) splash to take over oil fields from Italy’s Edison E&P.
In the early 8th and 9th Centuries, the Vikings sailed across the North Sea from western Norway to claim Orkney and Shetland as their own.
Oil service firm Global Energy Group (GEG) is celebrating the biggest deal in its history, with a value understood to exceed £100 million.
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Workers on a North Sea oil rig felt 'shaking' after a 4.2 magnitude earthquake occurred.
An unwell crewman is currently being transferred from an off-shore standby vessel after falling unwell earlier today.
Sustainability certificates for North Sea cod are being suspended following declines in fish stocks, the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has said.
Seal pups continue to be at risk of toxic chemical poisoning despite an international ban.
A new “roadmap” being unveiled today has set out the UK oil and gas industry’s ambition to transform the North Sea into a basin with net-zero emissions.
Energy giant Total has said it sees “new potential for investments” in the North Sea off the back of exploration successes in the UK.
Neptune Energy’s North Sea boss said yesterday he is excited by “growth potential” in the UK, with plans for new exploration to boost its projects.
A Bristol-headquartered subsea technology firm is looking to use Aberdeen as the jumping off point for a £1 million expansion into the Scottish energy sector.
Petrofac bosses have said Aberdeen is one of the “biggest areas of recruitment growth” for the global energy service group.
Plans have been submitted which could see a first for the UK North Sea for oil platforms being converted to support offshore wind farms.
When Offshore Europe, the continent’s leading energy industry event, convenes at the brand new P&J Live exhibition and conference centre during the first week in September, its 36,000 plus attendees will discuss energy industry topics ranging from decommissioning to digitalisation.
Two leading figures in the North Sea energy industry shared their supply chain insights over lunch with Keith Findlay
Energy industry veterans Neil Gordon and Andy Buchan are at the heart of the North Sea oil and gas supply chain, so well qualified to speak about this month’s theme for The Business.
Mackie’s ice creams have been served in some unusual locations over the years, from Blair Drummond Safari Park and Edinburgh Zoo all the way through to the far-flung corners of South Korea and the United Arab Emirates. But maybe nowhere quite as unusual as an oil rig out in the North Sea.
Oil has started flowing from one of the most complex developments in the North Sea.
UK operator Babcock has hit back at manufacturer Sikorsky amid legal claims it reneged on a £53million deal for two North Sea helicopters.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has revealed it was hit by fraudsters last year resulting in the loss of £25,000 in funds.
A major search and rescue operation was launched yesterday amid fears that a man had become lost at sea.
Oil and gas giant BP is understood to be at loggerheads with a UK safety authority over how it is preparing North Sea workers for lifeboat evacuation.
The new boss overseeing Offshore Europe has vowed to “beat the drum” for North Sea oil production amid a rising focus on climate change efforts.
Lower oil prices offset an otherwise good performance for BP in the first half of the year, while major projects such as Culzean in the North Sea came online.