Aberdeen-based oil and gas engineering firm PD&MS has picked up a contract with BP understood to be worth about £10million.
Oil major BP could face a reduced fine over the oil spilled following the Deepwater Horizon disaster.
Oil and gas engineering firm Plexus Holdings said yesterday it had won the best oil and gas plc accolade at the annual Stock Market Wire Awards in London.
Subsea construction firm Ocean Installer (OI) has taken on a former Seadrill boss as its new chief finance officer.
The Opec group of oil producers said yesterday that global demand would grow faster than previously thought this year.
Shell’s 2013 offshore drilling campaign in Alaska has been put in doubt after the firm said the two drillships it is using in the Arctic region are to go to Asia for repairs and upgrades.
Subsea engineering specialist CSL said two of its divisions had won contracts worth a combined £2million in recent months.
North Sea oil firm Sterling Resources aims to raise nearly £160million through a bond issue to cover the cost of a delayed project.
North-east pupils and students are being invited to learn about the opportunities a career in subsea can bring, courtesy of the man who co-led the first scientific expedition to the Titanic.
Catherine Macfarlane, field development specialist at ODS-Petrodata, outlines upcoming projects for the North Sea.
Promotional video from Subsea UK outlining the value of the Subsea sector to the United Kingdom.
A new video produced by oil and gas operator TAQA Bratani aims to show the unique 'authentic energy' of the company and its people as part of a wider recruitment drive.
The macroeconomic context provides plenty of reasons to be optimistic about the deal pipeline in 2013.
The Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global today bought the Uetlihof office complex in Zurich for $1,08 billion from the Swiss bank Credit Suisse.
110 workers from Westcon’s Ølensvåg yard in western Norway have been at a ‘work camp’ in Las Palmas repairing the ‘Eirik Raude’ drill rig. It was cheaper than bringing the installation to Norway.
Statoil has extended its contract with environmentally friendly ‘Stril Pioner’. The vessel is one of the world’s very first gas-driven supply ships.
Platform chef Alexander R. Thomassen can now boast a world record after landing the biggest redfish catch ever with a rod and reel.
An explosion and fire ripped through a Gulf of Mexico oil platform in the US yesterday as workers used a cutting torch, sending four people to a hospital with burns and leaving two missing in the sea.
North Sea oil and gas operators will welcome a recent decision by the UK High Court regarding the status of a well drilled in the inner Moray Firth under a joint operating agreement (JOA).
A leading environmental group has accused Donald Trump of being blind to the folly of his own arguments against windfarms.
First Minister Alex Salmond has launched a thinly veiled attack on Donald Trump ahead of his appearance at Holyrood today to oppose offshore windfarms.