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An offshore oil worker was airlifted to hospital in Norway today after falling ill aboard a platform in the North Sea.
Plastic waste from the Outer Hebrides is being sent more than 600 miles away to Norway, it has emerged.
Water flowing from mountains to fjords in Norway will soon be helping power British homes, as the world’s longest “interconnector” hooks up the two countries’ grids.
Residents on an Arctic Norwegian island with 69 days of constant light in the summer say they want to go “time-free” and be more flexible with school and working hours to make the most of the long days.
The longest vessel to ever dock in Aberdeen has arrived to help carry out work on the £350 million expansion of the city's port.
Equinor’s UK boss has insisted Brexit “has not killed appetite to invest” in the North Sea.
A beluga whale found in Arctic Norway wearing a harness that suggests links to Russia appears to be enjoying staying near humans.
Officials in Norway are investigating after a beluga whale was found wearing a tight harness, prompting speculation the animal may have escaped from a Russian military facility.
A pilot has said he is “proud” after helping coordinate a huge rescue operation for hundreds of passengers on a Norwegian cruise ship.
A boat abandoned by a Scot while attempting to row across the Atlantic has miraculously turned up in Norway nearly six months later.
Norwegian airline Widerøe are to add a third daily flight on weekdays to Stavanger from Aberdeen International Airport.
There hasn’t been such a scrum of paparazzi incited by sumptuously unfurling mounds since Kim Kardashian last strolled a beach in a bikini.
Record production and higher oil and gas prices steered Equinor to a 40% increase in profits last year.
Plans for a giant energy cable linking the north-east with Scandinavia could be given the go ahead this week.
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Aberdeen is producing more waste than at any time in the last four years- despite its significant recycling efforts.
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Faroe Petroleum’s chief executive has hit out at DNO’s hostile takeover bid, saying the Norwegian firm is “not offering the right price”.
Crunch talks affecting the future of North Sea fishing seemed to have reached an impasse last night.
North-east councillors have been asked to refer a decision on a major energy project to the full Aberdeenshire Council.
Bosses at Faroe Petroleum urged investors to snub a hostile takeover offer from Norwegian oil firm DNO and hold onto their shares. Aberdeen-headquartered Faroe said the unsolicited, £444m bid was “opportunistic and substantially undervalued” Faroe. The London-listed firm encouraged shareholders to take no action. >> Read more on Energy Voice here <<
The UK is working to “go beyond” Norway on offshore automation according to Aberdeen-based technology experts, following a landmark development in the Norwegian North Sea.
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Norwegian energy giant Equinor has struck a deal to return to one of UK North Sea’s biggest undeveloped fields after a five-year absence.
An electricity superhighway planned between Peterhead and Norway could bring a 600 jobs boom to the local area, according to plans submitted today by developers.
Aberdonian entrepreneur Jim Shiach has started up a new energy service company based in Stavanger, Norway.
Etchings discovered on a tree in the north-east of Scotland are believed to have been written during the Second World War.
A row has erupted over the first proposal to dredge for kelp in Scottish waters amid fears it could decimate marine ecosystems.
Two billboards installed as part of this year’s Nuart Festival will celebrate the links between Scotland and Norway.
A retired North Sea test pilot says “remarkable” progress has been made in helicopter safety.