A vice-principal of Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen has left his position – just weeks after the controversial departure of the institution’s high-profile boss.
Scottish engineering firm Weir Group reported a 10% increase in orders for its oil and gas division in the third quarter.
Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP (AAB), one of the UK’s leading independent firms of Chartered Accountants & Business Advisors, has announced significant growth within its global payroll team as a result of a number of new client wins. These new wins have seen a 50% increase in turnover, for that service, to £2.25million during the last year. As a result of this demand, the firm has added to their global payroll team, which is now some 20 people strong, through a number of key appointments including Katie Lange and Simon Porter, who each have extensive global payroll experience.
Oil prices are likely to be “biased to the upside” for the rest of the year as demand from refineries rises in November and December, according to Citigroup Inc.
The world’s biggest public energy company doesn’t worry about size when it comes to potential deal-making.
Oil held near the lowest level in seven months as concerns over a supply crunch eased after the U.S. granted waivers to eight governments to continue buying some Iranian crude.
Britain's energy price cap to protect 11 million households on rip-off gas and electricity tariffs will come into force on January 1, saving consumers up to £120 each.
Shell filed a draft decommissioning plan for the Goldeneye field with the UK Government today.
Iraq aims to supply China with about 60 percent more crude next year, as OPEC’s second-biggest supplier double downs on its main market in Asia, according to the head of the state-run Oil Marketing Co.
Oil firm Serica Energy has announced a second deal in two days for stakes in the Bruce and Keith fields in the UK North Sea.
Performance has “never been better” at Repsol Sinopec Resources UK (RSRUK), the joint venture’s chief executive said.
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A new company has been launched in Aberdeen this month in response to the widely expected changes in IR35 legislation for contractors in the private sector.
HB Rentals Limited (HBRL) lurched back into the red after sales slumped by one-third in its last full trading year.
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When a company sells a division, the restructuring that follows often creates a chance to review its values and vision, as JD Neuhaus UK managing director Steve Walker explains.
Few places better illustrate the tension between pursuing profit and tackling climate change than Australia’s Abbot Point port in northern Queensland.
One of the north-east’s longest-running family businesses has celebrated success at a national awards event following a record-breaking heavy move through the streets of the Granite City.
BASF and LetterOne have agreed to hire Paul Smith as future chief financial officer of Wintershall DEA.
Balmoral Tanks has clinched a majority share in a UK legionella compliance and water treatment company.
Greenfields Petroleum Corporation will seek admission of its common shares to trading on the London Stock Exchange's alternative investment market (AIM) under the ticker GNF.
Gas and electricity supplier Yu Group has appointed PwC and DLA Piper to examine its books after the firm uncovered accounting irregularities.
Britain will continue to expand trade relations with Iran despite Donald Trump's decision to re-impose sanctions on the state, Downing Street has said.
North-east firm Bibby Offshore is to become Rever Offshore, consigning a familiar name in the North Sea oil and gas industry to the history books after 15 years.
Oil extended its decline to a sixth day as the U.S. defended the temporary waivers given to eight nations to keep buying Iranian crude after American sanctions against the OPEC producer snapped back on Monday.