Celebrating 50 years of International School Aberdeen, we are taking a look at some of the key moments during this time.
These are difficult times for the oil industry but ADM Energy is working on expansion at its Aje field, offshore Nigeria. At the same time, the company is also on the hunt for new opportunities, backed by an agreement with Trafigura.
Efora Energy sees its future as balanced between the exploration assets, where it began, and the fuel supply side, where it has focused in recent times.
SDX Energy’s capital expenditure will fall to $24.7 million this year, while production is expected to be 66-72% higher than 2019.
Construction and installation of subsea structures can be challenging in countries with limited local capacity, and Aquaterra Energy aims to fill a niche with its conductor supported platform (CSP).
Gulf Marine Services (GMS) has made progress in shoring up its future but much rests on its negotiations with lenders.
It’s a well drilled unit, ready to spring into action at a moment’s notice and help get sophisticated technology up and running as fast as possible.
Catering firm Entier was presented with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise yesterday.
In February last year, the formal launch of OGAS (established 2012) took place at the Scottish Parliament, where its fresh-out-of-the-box director, Rulzion Rattray, outlined the potential and new opportunities made available through the formation of the academy.
DOF Subsea S&P UK has secured a contract extension with Heerma Marine Contractors. The contract will cover global provision of survey and positioning services on board Heerma Marine Contractor's vessels, including the Hermod, Balder, Thialf, Aegir, support vessels and anchor handlers.