Plans for a giant energy cable linking the north-east with Scandinavia could be given the go ahead this week.
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The wife of one of Norway’s richest men has been missing for months and her kidnappers have demanded a ransom, police have revealed.
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”.
Three more suspects have been arrested over the killings of two Scandinavian tourists in Morocco’s Atlas Mountains.
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 <<
Trafalgar Square is set to receive a “Disney-like” Christmas tree from Norway after a 71-year-old annual tree-felling ceremony.
One of Norway’s Navy frigates has almost completely gone under water after an oil tanker rammed into it last week, tearing a large hole in its side, authorities said.
A Norwegian Navy frigate carrying a crew of 137 was rammed by a tanker while in a harbour on the country’s west coast, tearing a large hole in its side, the military has said.
A US Marines general has said his troops will not be indulging in the alcoholic delights of a Norwegian town after they drank Iceland’s capital dry of beer.
Norwegian caves packed full of American military equipment, ammunition and vehicles provide a unique capability that is more important than ever, a senior US Marine has said.
Nato’s secretary-general has said he is confident the Western military alliance and Russia “will act in a respectable way” as the two sides hold drills in the same area in waters off Norway’s coast.
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.
Helicopter maker Airbus said today it could not have prevented a fatal Super Puma crash in Norway two years ago despite similarities with an accident which killed 16 people near Peterhead in 2009.
Norwegian investigators will publish their final report into a fatal offshore helicopter crash next week.
A think-tank has claimed quotas will still be needed for the UK fishing sector after Brexit.
Heeding the lessons from the Piper Alpha disaster is important for everyone in the industry “regardless of country” according to a Norwegian safety chief.
Direct flights from the capital of the Highlands to Norway’s second largest city are now a possibility after Loganair launched three flights a week from Inverness to Bergen.
Aberdeen’s globe-trotting Lord Provost Barney Crockett has attended a conference less than 300 miles south of the arctic circle.
Under cover of darkness, a small fleet of fishing vessels made its way out of secret harbours on Shetland for a journey even more hazardous than the hardy sailors were used to.