North-east oilfield service provider PSL Energy Services has posted a rise in turnover, thanks to overseas demand.
Oil and gas students can take a share of £15,000 under a bursary scheme organised by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE).
Trap Oil has agreed to buy an additional 45% of the Orchid oil prospect from Summit Petroleum and become operator in a £1.5million deal.
Ian Kirk is the managing director of the award-winning Downhole Products, a world market leader in the design, manufacture and supply of casing accessories and completion tools.
Just a few spaces remain available for a transatlantic business event taking place in Aberdeen and Houston on Tuesday, March 19th.
Stephen Costello is serving his second term as an At-Large City Council Member. First elected in December 2009, he entered public service with a background as a civil engineer and drainage specialist. During his first term, he chaired the Flooding and Drainage Committee and worked to secure dedicated funding for infrastructure maintenance and improvements.
A former director of the Scottish Qualifications Authority, John McDonald, pictured, has joined Opito as director of international workforce development based in Dubai.
Valiant Petroleum yesterday announced a farm-out agreement with Maersk Oil North Sea UK for its Isabella gas condensate prospect.
Aberdeen technology development firm Spex Group yesterday named Nadir Mahjoub, above, as chief operating officer.
BP boss Bob Dudley's pay fell by a fifth last year because of performance measures set over a three-year period that began in 2010 – the year of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Energy firm Dana Petroleum said yesterday it had appointed Nick Dancer as the new managing director of its Netherlands business.
UK-based oil and gas explorer Ophir Energy is asking shareholders for more than £550million to fund drilling projects in east Africa.
Former BP chief executive Tony Hayward is close to a return to offshore oil drilling as new company Genel Energy plans a move into Africa.
Workers have been evacuated from a North Sea oil platform after a second oil leak was discovered.
The future of the UK’s oil and gas and renewable-energy industries will be discussed at an event in Aberdeen next week.
Director of Enterprise, Planning and Infrastructure, Aberdeen City Council. Brought up in Speyside, the son of a Scotch whisky Distillery Manager, who worked for the Company that makes Johnny Walker.
Andrew Millar is Her Majesty’s Consul General in Houston, Texas. In that capacity he oversees operations of the various sections at the Consulate, including Consular; Science & Innovation; Political, Press & Public Affairs; and UK Trade & Investment. The Consulate’s territory covers Texas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Colorado.
A north isles wave and tidal-energy test centre has been given a £4.1million expansion grant by the Scottish Government.
Vitol, the world's biggest oil trader, said yesterday its 2012 revenue rose to a record £200billion and that the company might acquire more assets in a competitive trading environment.
Oil and gas operator Bridge Energy said yesterday it had enjoyed a transformational final quarter last year.
Royal Dutch Shell has said it will not drill for petroleum in the Arctic Ocean in 2013.
The development of wave and tidal energy in Scotland is threatened by a lack of UK Government support, an industry report has claimed.
BP failed to implement a new safety plan on the Deepwater Horizon rig, even though it realised a blowout in the Gulf of Mexico was its greatest danger, a court heard yesterday.
The US government and America’s Gulf Coast states are reported to be considering offering BP a deal under which it pays £10.5billion to settle civil suits stemming from the deadly 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Aberdeen-based oil and gas engineering firm PD&MS has picked up a contract with BP understood to be worth about £10million.