Tay Cities Business Week includes a range of opportunities for people to grow their business, learn new skills, build their network and find inspiration.
An offshore worker has died after falling into the North Sea. A massive search and rescue operation was launched after the man – who was working in Culzean field – was reported missing at 11am on Thursday. His body was later found, and police confirmed his family have been informed. See more at energyvoice.com
A Dundee start-up has developed a self-heating offshore survival garment with the aim of saving the lives in the event of an accident at sea.
A Dundee-headquartered energy safety services group is expecting to add to its workforce in the coming months after seeing an uplift in sales.
Industry leaders met up at the Offshore Decommissioning Conference at Fairmont St Andrews. The global decommissioning market is worth more than £60bn over the next decade.
A Kinross-based firm is developing a new system to access offshore wind turbine blades which could save the European renewables industry more than £1 billion a year.
Bigger is generally considered as better in the world of business.
Sir, – I read with dismay the coverage of the decommissioning fringe event at the Dundee Labour Conference.
Dundee port chiefs say an offshore support vessel which has been positioned in the middle of the River Tay for almost 24 hours is not in any trouble — and is in fact a sign of booming business at the city's port.
Scotland’s world first floating wind farm has performed strongly despite being buffetted by a hurricane and huge sea swells.