January 2013 – Present (5 months)
Scottish Provincial Press
February 2010 – Present (3 years 4 months)
Reporter for two weekly newspaper paid-for titles, the Caithness Courier and the John O'Groat Journal.
• Working as part of a three man tea...
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of believing the oil and gas downturn is “already over”. The accusation comes as the Scottish Government winds up the working group tasked with salvaging North Sea jobs in the struggling sector. The move, which has been branded premature, comes despite posts still being axed across the north-east. Sign up to our Daily newsletter More from the Evening Express
A North Sea operator has been reprimanded by watchdogs over the set-up of two offshore platforms. Oil workers responding to what was assumed to be a false gas alarm on the Davy installation found themselves trapped by a “highly flammable” hydrocarbon release capable of killing everyone onboard earlier this year.
BP and partners have signed a “contract of the new century” in relation to a production sharing agreement in Azerbaijan. The supermajor along with Chevron, INPEX, Statoil, ExxonMobil, TP, ITOCHU and ONGC Videsh has re-agreed terms with the Azerbaijan government and the State Oil Company of the Republic of Azerbaijan (SOCAR).
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