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There was both good and bad employment news for the north-east oil industry yesterday.
North-east technology specialist Red Spider has strengthened its position in America with a new operational base in Houston.
Accountancy experts have attacked Chancellor George Osborne's £10billion tax grab on the North Sea industry and fear it will damage the UK's competitiveness.
All the operations of Bond Aviation Group (BAG), including Aberdeen-based BOH, are now part of World Helicopters: a holding company of Spanish group Inaer.
The addition of BAG’s fleet of more than 40 helicopters gives Luxembourg-based World Helicopters access to about 360 rotary and fixed-wing aircraft.
The main activities focus on the provision of the following services:
Inspection, maintenance and repair