Daily Archives: Jan 21, 2019

Rystad Energy opens office in Aberdeen

Rystad Energy is setting up a new office in the west end of Aberdeen, as the energy knowledge house forecasts a surge in activity for the UK North Sea sector. This new location strengthens...

Fifth Ring ranked the number one independent Scottish agency in nationwide census

Fifth Ring, the Aberdeen headquartered global marketing communications specialist, has been recognised for its industry excellence, gaining acknowledgement as the number one ranked Scottish independent agency in the latest Drum Independent Agency audit and the 68th in the...

First restaurants announced for Aberdeen Restaurant Week

The first restaurants participating in the upcoming Aberdeen Restaurant have been revealed. Angus & Ale, The Spiritualist, No.10 Bar and Restaurant, The Craftsman, Tippling House, Café 52, Native Restaurant at Hilton Garden Inn, Café...

Aberdeen-based Dyce Carriers announced expansion into Central Belt

Road transport company, Dyce Carriers Ltd, is further expanding into the Central Belt with a new facility opening in Grangemouth. Established in 1973, Aberdeen-based Dyce Carriers has grown to become a national road transport...

Offshore survival suit revamp is excellent showcase of pioneering industry

Oil & Gas UK has said the latest development in offshore survival technology from the Oil & Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC) is an excellent showcase of a pioneering industry. The prototype garment, developed alongside Iron Ocean and Heriot-Watt...

Aberdeen office lettings continue to improve

Improvement in oil price and continued stability in the oil and gas market sees office take-up in Aberdeen total 388,227 sq ft (36,070 sq m) in 2018, according to the latest research from Savills.

Aberdein Considine promotes Commercial Real Estate specialist to Partner

Aberdein Considine has moved to strengthen its Commercial Real Estate team with the appointment of a new partner.  David Orr, who has been promoted from Associate to Partner, joined the firm’s Aberdeen office in...

North east accountants boost team as clients continue to grow

With client numbers growing across its four offices, a North-east accountancy firm has recruited a key position to bolster its team. SBP Accountants and Tax Advisers has taken on Stephen Glanas to join the...

New Repsol Sinopec contract sees Peterson handle record tonnage across Aberdeen operations

International energy logistics provider Peterson has been awarded a new long-term integrated logistics contract to service Repsol Sinopec Resources UK (“Repsol Sinopec”). The contract sees Repsol Sinopec transitioning their marine and quayside operations to...
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Transport interventions to encourage more walking and cycling in the city centre

SEVERAL small-scale projects including which can potentially be delivered in the short term including signage improvements and speed limit...
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New pedestrian and cycleway link approved for the A92 at Murcar

A KEY cycling and pedestrian link from the A92 Murcar roundabout to just south of Blackdog was yesterday approved by councillors on the city...

Climate change plan gets green light

A STRATEGY for combating climate change and dealing with its impact has been adopted by Aberdeen City Council.     “Aberdeen Adapts” identifies measures to safeguard...

How to combat Seasonal Affective Disorder in the workforce

How does SAD affect the work sphere? With the colder weather and darker nights now firmly upon us, this can signal for some people the...

Work to start next year on transformational project

ABERDEEN'S pioneering approach to placemaking took a major step forward today after councillors approved a development programme for a new residential quarter in the...