Opportunities for firms to claim a share of projects worth £40million at a Highland port will be unveiled next week.
Port of Cromarty Firth
Major employers in the Highlands have called for local and national government to “grasp the opportunity” to make the Moray Firth a renewables hub.
A £30 million harbour plan has been announced to serve major energy projects and attract hugely valuable tourist cruise liners to the Highlands.
Port of Cromarty Firth is one of the UK’s most sheltered deep-water ports and a strategically important national asset in the North Sea.
A mammoth Moray Firth windfarm project has announced a multi-million agreement with a Highland port.
Turnover at the Highlands’ busiest port hit a record high last year, boosted by increasing renewable energy activity and booming cruise liner business.
A Highland marine supervisor has become only one of 24 people in the UK to be awarded ‘Harbourmaster’ status.
The Port of Cromarty Firth (PCF) is seeking contractors for a £25 million development at its Invergordon facilities, which it says could create almost 200 local jobs.
Port of Cromarty Firth (PCF) has received its second and final environment permit, allowing it to start decommissioning projects immediately.
Highland businesses have had a major boost in tourism after Scotland’s busiest cruise port recorded an increase of more than 53,000 passengers to the north.
The Port of Cromarty Firth (PCF) has announced the appointment of Allison McGuire to replace Captain Iain Dunderdale at the helm of its successful cruise business.
The Royal Navy’s “biggest and greatest” warship has left the Cromarty Firth to resume her sea trials after an extended 15-day stay at Invergordon.
A children’s movie character has been welcomed aboard the Royal Navy’s largest warship during her call at a Highland port.
One of the finest small ships in the world has marked her maiden voyage to the Cromarty Firth.
The Port of Cromarty Firth (PCF) is looking for a successor to the man who has been instrumental in turning Invergordon into Scotland's busiest cruise ship destination.
Cruise ships will tie up at a new £16.5million jetty at Lerwick Harbour, in Shetland, for the first time this summer.
Offshore construction of the Beatrice wind farm has started, with developer SSE reporting the successful installation of the first foundation piles.
Scotland's busiest cruise liner port is on course for another record-breaking year with an "extraordinary" 45% increase in visiting passengers.
Port of Cromarty Firth (PCF) will host a cruising workshop next month for the benefit of firms throughout the north.
Businesses interested in making the most of cruise ships coming to port in the Cromarty Firth have been invited to a seminar next month.
Nigg Energy Park's owners are preparing to take the trust port that controls the Cromarty Firth to court over new rates they say will see a 25% hike in fees for rigs and vessels using the facility.
Catering for a new generation of cruise liners capable of carrying more than 5,000 passengers is "essential" for the Highlands' largest port, it was claimed yesterday.
The downturn in North Sea oil and gas activity has seen pre-tax profits fall by £1.4million to £2.1million at the Highlands' largest port.
As many as a dozen drilling rigs are expected to spend the winter stacked in the Cromarty Firth as the depressed oil price continues to limit North Sea activity.
The Cromarty Firth Port Authority is to go it alone as as it plans a £25m quay expansion at Invergordon to grow its successful cruise liner business.
Activity across three of the main industry sectors it serves saw the Port of Cromarty Firth report its busiest day of the year so far this week .
Five ships working in the Cromarty Firth have been targeted by lasers in the last six weeks.
A £24million investment in a new quayside at a Highland port has enabled it to receive its biggest single delivery of wind turbines.
A cruise ship paying her maiden visit to mainland Scotland yesterday lived up to her name by sprinkling a little Disney Magic on the Highlands.
A UK Government agency has signalled that it plans to hold fresh talks with Holyrood officials and other groups before making a final ruling on controversial plans to transfer oil in the Cromarty Firth.
Hundreds of people have signed a petition calling for the scrapping of plans to transfer millions of tonnes of crude oil a year between tankers in the Cromarty Firth.
Plans for the next phase of the expansion of a north port have been revealed to the public.