NOV ASEP Elmar has developed technology it says will minimise the risk of unintentional pressure release in oil and gas wells.
MORE than 100 school children have started on a journey to learn about the oil and gas industry, after attending the launch of the sixth annual STEM In The Pipeline scheme in Aberdeen.
TWO young apprentices have become the first trainees at Wireline Engineering to complete the firm's modern apprenticeship programme.
A NEW industrial instrumentation engineering programme is launching at Robert Gordon University's School of Engineering this month.
The UK division of French energy giant Total has been told to shape up after it failed to adequately protect employees on one of its North Sea platforms from exposure to harmful substances.
RESULTS for oilwell construction technology business Caledus released yesterday revealed it moved back into the black during 2010.
Aker Solutions said yesterday three of its Aberdeen-based divisions - Aker Offshore Partner, Aker Subsea and Aker MH - had received NHS Healthy Working Lives bronze awards in recognition of their efforts to improve the health and wellbeing of staff.
NORTH-EAST company Survival Craft Inspectorate (SCI) received a prestigious business award yesterday in recognition of technology which prevents unintentional lifeboat launches.
Two Scottish oil service companies announced foreign expansions yesterday.
ABERDEEN Business School (ABS) has carried out key research into the role of information systems in enhancing health and safety in the oil and gas industry.
North-east oil and gas explorer Xcite Energy has told the UK Government that it would be impossible for a surface oil spill to happen at its Bentley field.
OFFSHORE technology firm Monitor Systems Scotland, of Aberdeen, said yesterday a new deal with Transocean took the total value of recent contracts to over £1.1million.
DEGREE-level education aimed at boosting skills in energy in the east of England has long been an aspiration - but not for much longer.
THE crew of a North Sea offshore-supply vessel were treated to a sit-down lunch on the deck of their ship to mark a safety record milestone yesterday.
Official figures out today show the number of oil or gas leaks which could lead to major incidents on installations in UK waters has fallen.
STUDENTS have been recognised for their contribution to energy industry business at the annual Year in Industry awards.
ONSHORE coal-bed methane has been picking up pace in the UK, with the likes of Australia's Dart Energy and home-grown IGas Energy combing the land for potential reserves.
ABERDEEN University student Nurkenay Bulekbayeva has been awarded the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) prestigious SPE STAR Scholarship for the North Sea region for 2011-12.
BUILDING and driving an eco-friendly car - complete with an MP3 dock - may not seem the traditional route to gaining an apprenticeship in the oil and gas industry.
A SEARCH has been launched to find the country's top apprentices in the 10th Skills Development Scotland Modern Apprenticeship Awards.
The global expansion strategy of oil and gas service company qedi led to the recent appointment of Sally Hayles as business-development director.
WTR's Willie Rennie is local to the north-east of Scotland, went to Aberdeen Business School and has logged more than 21 years in the oil & gas industry.