The north-east has always been well positioned to capitalise on the emerging renewable energy market, with our decades of experience of working in oil and gas.
Time is running out toapply for one of the most prestigious award ceremonies in the Scottish business calendar.
Can you remember life without your smart phone? Do you remember the days when you had to get behind a desk, log in and dial up to access the wealth of information on the internet?
Fatigue is more than just tiredness. In the workplace it is a potential hazard – one that employers should proactively strive to manage. The first step to tackling this growing issue is understanding exactly what it is.
That the BiFab yard has been rescued from oblivion is good news; that the arm which reached out is Canadian is good news, too.
High-pressure connectors critical to operations in current climate, according to subsea technology firm
A subsea technology specialist that has deployed revolutionary products for the global oil and gas industry says the sector needs to address the growing urgency for high-pressure connectors – as deep-water field developments are on the rise once again.
Statoil has started mobilising its staff of up to 2,400 people who will eventually start-up the Johan Sverdrup field.
Energy Voice’s boxing theme this month made me think about my favourite fight; the Muhammad Ali v George Foreman world heavyweight fight held in Zaire in 1974, or as it’s more commonly known “The Rumble in the Jungle”.
An oil and gas accountancy firm has made a multi-million pound investment in new offices in anticipation of growth.
Oil and gas operators could save millions of dollars each year by investing in tighter quality assurance and controls on drilling and well completion equipment that would reduce equipment-related Non-Productive Time – failures that are a substantial and potentially “avoidable” cost, according to a leading industry specialist.
N-Sea has received a contract worth over £5million to clear unexploded WW2 bombs to make way for an electricity cable between the UK and the Netherlands.
Shearwater Geoservices has landed a deal to carry out 3D surveying for Premier Oil’s Tolmount field.
Three offshore unions are balloting members on an offer from Aker Solutions on pay and conditions aimed at ending a dispute on the Mariner platform.
A merger deal between McDermott International and Chicago Bridge and Iron (CB&I) has been approved by shareholders, thwarting attempts by Subsea 7 to block it.
Mark Lammey talks to a former Inverness family who have found that living in Houston for a decade has raised their game – in more ways than one
The current “tailwind” in the energy industry is likely to propel 100 new offshore projects to be sanctioned this year, according to Rystad Energy.
One of the reactors at the Hunterston B power station could remain out of operation for much of the year following the recent discovery of cracks in its core.
The energy industry is aiming to drill out 3.7billion barrels of oil equivalent from high-impact wells in the UK and Norway this year, according to Westwood Global
Contracts with “biscuit factories and timber mills” helped the boss of an
Westerton USA will “tell it like it is” even if it means saying no to clients, the company’s general manager said.
North Sea operator Apache has posted net income of £285million for the first quarter of 2018.
A new body tasked with bringing international investment to the north-east has ambitious plans to attract a digital software company.
A major improvement programme that will deliver ‘the most efficient supply base in the industry’ is well underway with building work expected to be completed by the end of the year.
An Aberdeen oilfield service firm has invested more than £250,000 in its Houston facility to support the manufacturing of a new product.
I remember clearly that when Aberdeen first looked at redeveloping Union Terrace Gardens, Sir Ian Wood – now chairman of the economic development outfit Opportunity North East (ONE) – claimed that it would help turn Aberdeen into “the Houston of the east”.