Before 2008, not many people in the North Sea had even heard of Taqa, Abu Dhabi's water and electric company.
Sir Ian Wood's final report on the future of the North Sea will land on the desk of the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change this week ahead of its publication in February.
Global Energy Group (GEG) has boosted its operations in the Cromarty Firth with the acquisition of Port Services Group.
Construction workers building a gas plant on Shetland last night postponed strike action due to take place today after requesting time to reconsider an offer on the table.
Safety consultancy Optimus Seventh Generation has secured three international contracts valued in excess of £300,000, with clients including Singapore-based COSL Drilling Pan Pacific.
Getting the oil and gas out of the North Sea before infrastructure reaches the end of its life will be the theme of the 11th Devex conference in May.
Up to 800 workers building an £800million gas plant on Shetland are set to go on strike Friday after rejecting a “generous” offer from oil services giant Petrofac.
An Aberdeen-based firm has won a major contract in Mexico as the country prepares to open up to foreign investment for the first time in 75 years.
The former boss of oil and gas explorer Dana Petroleum last night urged UK policy makers to take heed of major shifts on the global energy landscape to ensure the North Sea remained competitive.
A Danish project engineering company is to set up a £5million rig refurbishment base in the Cromarty Firth in the Highlands.
North Sea independent explorer Parkmead has joined an index of the top 100 companies listed on the stock market's junior exchange.
Subsea pipe specialist Flexlife fell into the red last year after it shut down its operations in Brazil.
The maker of the controversial Super Puma has unveiled a change in its name.
Workers building an £800million gas terminal in Shetland have voted to take strike action in a dispute over accommodation and pay.
The Bangkok office of engineering firm Optimus has won business worth more than £600,000 in the past year as it “gained traction” in Southeast Asia.
Austria's Schoeller Bleckmann Oilfield Equipment expects 2014 to be a good year as stable oil prices drive growth in deepwater drilling.
Belgian crude oil shipping group Euronav said it will buy 15 very large crude carriers from Denmark's Maersk Tankers, a unit of A.P. Moller-Maersk, for £597.2million.
Unplanned shutdowns in the North Sea’s biggest field hit UK production of crude oil by 8.1% in the third quarter of 2013, new figures show.
Pipeline technology group Online Electronics said it expects to grow its business by 50% this year through the expansion of its international operations.
A north-east man who was kidnapped by Nigerian pirates has warned others of the dangers of working in the west African oil industry.
A shortage of hotels that charge realistic prices threatens Aberdeen’s economic growth prospects, a travel specialist has warned.
An engineering boss has hailed a "new breed" of professional managers from Robert Gordon University's (RGU) Aberdeen Business School.
Oil giant Shell has extended a contract to use technology developed by scientists at Aberdeen University.
A north-east drilling services company has won a contract in Latin America worth an estimated £3.5million.
A private medical clinic in Aberdeen has launched a diet service tailored for the offshore industry in an effort to tackle rising levels of obesity.