Ross-shire Engineering (RSE) has pledged to take on at least 360 new apprentices and graduates in its Scottish operations over the next six years.
Former Centrica and BP boss Iain Conn has joined the board of industrial flow control specialist Oxford Flow.
Borr Drilling has hired Magnus Vaaler as its new chief financial officer, replacing Christoph Bausch with immediate effect.
A north-east oil and gas worker has teamed up with his friend to bring a new “Scottish” rum to the market.
Neptune Energy today announced a new partnership with worldwide humanitarian landmine clearance organisation, The HALO Trust, to further improve safety performance within both organisations.
Equinor has appointed Ulrica Fearn as its chief financial officer (CFO) and executive vice president, with effect from 16 June 2021.
There are numerous moments in history we can point to that have shaped the world we live in today; whether through their influence on science and technology, culture and sport, politics, or society and human rights.
In the coverage of Chrysaor’s reverse takeover of Premier Oil, the chief executive of a Tanzania-focused E&P firm with no skin in the game of that deal might not have expected to get a mention.
As a trio of women is set to ascend to the top of one of the world’s most powerful oil-trading operations, the gender gap in the rest of the industry remains stark.
A group of north-east oil industry and business professionals are closing in on their £25,000 festive fundraising target with two weeks to spare.
Drilling services firm MRDS Group, of Aberdeen, has hired a former Clydesdale Bank area director as its new finance chief.
A Highland company headed by Global Energy Group (GEG) boss Roy MacGregor has acquired Aberdeen recruitment agency Cammach Bryant for an undisclosed sum.
Aberdeenshire based energy industry equipment rental firm Hiretech Limited has received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for International Trade.
The boss of Scottish Engineering (SE) has said the industry needs a preservation plan despite “tentative” signs of improvement.
Energy giant BP has sold its head office in London to Hong-Kong based Lifestyle International for £250 million, a news report said.
Thousands of British Gas workers are to be balloted on strikes in a dispute over new contracts.
Energy giant E.On is planning to cut almost 700 jobs over the next two years, mainly in support and management roles, as part of the migration of customers to a new platform.
Harbours in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland could be disadvantaged, compared to English peers, unless devolved administrations move quickly to develop policies for potential new freeports, it was claimed last night.
Oil and gas firm Neptune Energy is joining forces with charities to help tackle mental health issues and youth unemployment.
Innovation funding specialist ABGI UK has called for stricter measures and greater regulation of advisers after more than £300m incorrect and illegitimate R&D tax claims were identified within HMRC’s annual report.
North-east energy service firm Maritime Developments (MDL) has opened new headquarters in Westhill, Aberdeenshire.
Marine equipment fabrication and rental specialist Motive Offshore Group has hired a new chief financial officer as it targets annual earnings of £20 million by 2024.
North-east firm ITC Hydraulics & Manufacturing has scooped one of the top gongs in the 2020 Business Women Scotland Awards (BWSAs).
He spent many years away from his home city of Aberdeen, but when Bob Gilbert returned it was to play a key role in establishing a new home for a major international firm.
A business restructuring expert has joined FRP’s Scottish arm after nine years at EY.