Forty Aberdeen-based staff working for a subsidiary of oil and gas services firm Scomi are to transfer to a new joint-venture.
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Oil and gas firm Premier Oil said today it had agreed a deal to increase its stakes in two Norwegian fields.
The national oil company of the Gulf state Kuwait signed a deal yesterday to pave the way for a £300million investment in the North Sea.
It is a bit like painting the top floor of a house through the letterbox is how Ian Burdis describes his job.
Aberdeen-based oil service company Sparrows said yesterday it wanted to take on a further 65 people after it increased annual turnover and profits.
Fast-growing subsea installation firm Ocean Installer is looking to recruit 20-30 people this year after taking a minimum five-year lease on offices in Aberdeen.
A blueprint for new Scottish oil and gas sector jobs and growth was welcomed by industry leaders in Aberdeen yesterday.
Shares in North Sea oil firm Ithaca Energy slumped more than 30% yesterday after it said talks with potential buyers had ended without any deal.
Fledgling oil and gas independent Parkmead Group is buying fellow Aberdeen company DEO Petroleum in a deal worth about £12.7million.
North Sea oil firm Ithaca Energy said yesterday it had started oil production from the Athena field.
Industrial service group Cape saw nearly 37% wiped off the value of its shares yesterday after it said losses on a liquefied natural gas project in Algeria would hurt profits.
North-east oil and gas equipment-rental company Hiretech says it has achieved three key quality certifications to help grow the business.
New signs were unveiled at Westhill yesterday, proclaiming the north-east town's status as a global centre of subsea excellence.
The last of new D-class emergency response and rescue vessels (ERRVs) commissioned by Aberdeen's Craig Group in a £35million investment programme has been launched.
Faroe Petroleum avoided a potential shareholder revolt over a scheme to reward senior bosses with free shares by withdrawing the controversial proposal before its AGM yesterday.
Faroe Petroleum said yesterday drilling had started on the Clapton prospect in the Norwegian North Sea.
Employees of energy-service group Stork Technical Services celebrated exceptional safety performance at an awards ceremony and dinner in Aberdeen last night.
Global skills body Opito said yesterday there was an improved focus on apprenticeship schemes as a gateway for the next generation of employees entering the oil and gas industry.
Engineering and energy industry supply-chain firms throughout the north are being urged by trade body Energy North to complete its latest skills survey.
Scotland's big night out to celebrate the energy industry is now sold out; three months in advance of the event.
A Super Puma helicopter has been brought back to Aberdeen on a ship following a safety alert offshore.
Optimism in the North oil and gas industry continued to grow yesterday on the back of a record-breaking licensing round for offshore drilling - but one expert struck a note of caution.
THOUSANDS of new energy jobs are expected to be created by a record-breaking licensing round for North Sea oil and gas drilling.
Shell's latest pay report sparked a strong show of protest, with nearly 10% of investor votes rejecting it at the firm's annual meeting.
North Sea pioneer Algy Cluff is making a return to the oil province in pursuit of "significant opportunities" after a 30-year gap.