Oil and gas solutions group Bibby Offshore has landed top honours at this year's Subsea Awards after a year of growth.
Onshore shale oil production has the potential to lure investment away from offshore, according to the chief of a leading financial firm.
Pipeline engineering specialists STATS group has named two new directors as it looks to drive international growth.
Aberdeen subsea firm CSL is to relocate to larger premises as it looks to almost double its headcount this year.
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Ten years ago a north east fishing firm took the plunge into the oil and gas industry – and never looked back.
Two energy service firms - Aubin Integrity and Flexlife - are teaming up to provide a full service of subsea integrity management solutions for the oil and gas sector.
A year ago this week, Harkand was forged into an international subsea giant and unveiled at the Subsea Expo in Aberdeen.
North Sea subsea contractor Bibby Offshore has expanded its fleet with a new remote operated vehicle support vessel as part of a £30million investment in its operations.
The head of Subsea UK hopes this year's anniversary Expo will go some way to helping address the increasing skills gap threatening the oil and gas industry.
North-east Scottish firm ROVOP has expanded its fleet of remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) by taking delivery of four new hydraulic work class systems with a further four new ROVs expected later in the year.
An Aberdeen company has found a way of packaging differently, standard equipment used for the jointing and laying of steel pipelines of moderate diameter, to enable such work to be carried out aboard a standard DP2 offshore support vessel.
A baby subsea company is making waves in the market having completed just over 100 projects since its launch in July 2012.
Sharjah-based contractor Petrofac has taken many in the offshore industry by surprise with its decision to step into the deepwater projects market by ordering a sophisticated construction ship.
Challenges will come from tightness in supply chain coupled with a huge 'inexperienced talent problem', Douglas-Westwood chief executive Andrew Reid tells Jeremy Cresswell.
As advances in exploration and subsea technology make existing reservoirs and marginal fields more viable, it is not only the age of your platform that counts - what you know about its condition is vital too.
Subsea UK has developed a "toolkit" to help companies grow their own talent as the industry faces a massive shortfall of people.
Launched at Subsea Expo 2013, subsea contractor Harkand says it has experienced exceptional growth in the last 12 months as it seeks to become a leading brand in subsea inspection, repair, maintenance (IRM) and light construction for the oil and gas industry worldwide.
Increasing production challenges in the Middle-east, the world’s largest petroleum region, are fuelling the demand for advanced technology.
This year's Subsea Expo will see a record number of attendees and exhibitors heading to Aberdeen's Exhibition and Conference Centre.
Travel tips and maps for getting to Subsea Expo 2014.
The companies contributing to this year's Subsea Expo.
Often referred to as NASA but on the seabed, the world of subsea is one of the most fast-paced, pioneering, ingenious, hi-tech and dynamic industries on the planet with a long-term, sustainable future.
Subsea Expo looks poised to draw more than 5,000 people to Aberdeen next month.
Since it was first held in 2004, the annual exhibition and conference has grown to become one of the leading events in the international subsea calendar. From an initial 40 exhibitors and 200 visitors, 2013 saw the biggest event to date, hosting 140 exhibitors and almost 4,000 delegates.