Two helicopters carrying offshore workers had to take action to avoid a collision off the coast of Aberdeen, an official probe has heard.
Two men accused of stealing a football trophy - which was later found in the North Sea - have been cleared.
More than 70 workers have been transferred off the Bruce platform east of Shetland following a loss of power late last night, the coastguard said.
An author has appealed to members of the public for help in solving the mystery of a North-east boat.
Norwegian firm Odfjell Drilling said its Aberdeen business would recruit about 100 people after winning a contract to provide services on five North Sea platforms.
A football that was booted off an Aberdeen pitch and ended up 1,100 miles away has been returned.
A £50 million project to develop a North-east harbour has taken a step forward with the arrival of a huge dredger.
Energy giant Centrica will safeguard 70 offshore jobs by breathing new life into a North Sea oilfield with a £35million investment.
Inability of Aberdeen economy to cope with North Sea losses should be ‘wake-up call’ says business boss
Scotland should focus on a UK-wide Brexit deal rather than constitutional issues in order to grow the economy, the head of a leading business group has said.
A search continues tonight after a man was reported missing from a North Sea rig.
A North-east engineering company has revealed new contract wins worth more than £600,000 will boost turnover this year amid "increased positivity" in its North Sea market.
The UK's oil and gas sector could see its trade costs almost double under the worst-case scenario result of Brexit, industry leaders have said.
Karen Clark The council has a key role in supporting an entrepreneurial spirit, in partnership with Elevator, Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce (AGCC), the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) and the Scottish Council for Development and Industry (SCDI), to encourage more business start-ups in a wide range of sectors.
A world lifting record has been set in the North Sea with the removal of Shell UK’s 24,000-tonne Brent Delta platform topsides.
Bristow today confirmed it had landed a deal with Apache for its operations in the North Sea.
The SNP will this week call on the UK Government to consider how the tax regime could be changed to increase competitiveness in the oil and gas industry.
North Sea newcomer Chrysaor has landed a £1.6billion syndicated loan facility to support its acquisition of assets from Shell.
Operators will spend nearly £30billion on new North Sea projects over the next three years, with Norway’s Statoil leading the way, a new report said.
An Aberdeen football club have been left shocked after discovering a ball booted off their pitch in Aberdeen ended up 1,100 miles away - on a small island off Norway!
Bilfinger Salamis today confirmed new work in the North Sea will create more than 30 new jobs.
Environmental groups have rejected Shell’s plans to decommission the Brent oilfield in the North Sea.
A North Sea oil and gas firm who may have discovered a huge untapped discovery west of Shetland has tripled its estimate of how much oil could be recovered.
The mystery behind the appearance of blue dolphins across Aberdeen has today been revealed.
Footage has been released today of a North-east RNLI crew rushing to their boats to join a search for a missing person.
Ineos this morning confirmed it has acquired the Forties Pipeline System (FPS) from BP in a $250 million deal, which includes 300 jobs.
Dana Petroleum has suspended production from a North Sea field after a gas leak was detected. It is understood that the leak from the Greater Guillemot Area subsea facilities has already been made safe. The Triton FPSO has not been shut in and is still producing. For more visit EnergyVoice.
Nearly 1,000 grants for retraining after redundancy have been given to former oil workers in the North-east - including for chimney sweep training.
The sister of tragic kayaker Dominic Jackson, who died last month, has spoken of being overwhelmed by the efforts the search team put into trying to find her brother.
Oil workers have been left fearing they will develop cancer after being exposed to radiation while on a North Sea platform.
An Aberdeenshire man from BBC series Trawlermen will officially launch a show.