Aberdeen FC Community Trust (AFCCT) is setting up a legacy fund in memory of its former chairman, Duncan Skinner, who tragically lost his year‐long battle with cancer in April 2021, with the goal of reaching £100,000.
Michelle Fowler began working fresh out of school, at age 16, working as an admin assistant for Craig Group Catering. Little did she know that more than 30 years later, she would be taking up a senior role with North Star Shipping, a former core business of the same family-owned Aberdeen company.
Raised on a dairy farm on the Welsh border, Sarah Lee (30) has had a desire to understand how things work for most of her life.
Five female engineers with DNV have collectively spent nearly forty years working towards the energy transition.
For nearly eight years, Yousra Baghdadi has been a project engineer with EnerMech, an Aberdeen headquartered specialist in integrated mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and integrity services to the energy sector.
As one of three young women who have just been appointed trustees on the board of the Engineering Development Trust (EDT), Laura Steedman (27), an asset supporting engineer on bp’s Clair field, hopes her own involvement with the trust will help inspire many other young women to consider a career in engineering.
The journey towards a career in oil and gas engineering has many twists and turns. For three women at Tendeka, a global specialist in advanced completions, production solutions and sand management, it was never a fixed destination they’d have mapped out as schoolgirls. Now, it’s a path they’re passionate about and actively encourage more women to navigate towards.
Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce (AGCC) has announced the appointment of industrialist Bob Keiller as its chairman and has published accounts which reveal the impact of the pandemic on the business group’s finances.
A recruitment agency based in Aberdeen has appointed private-equity investment expert Jock Gardiner as its chairman.
Our people have all faced challenges over the past year, with many juggling “home-schooling” and other personal responsibilities with work demands. We’ve all become more aware and understanding of each other’s circumstances as a result.
AI solutions provider OPEX Group has made three senior appointments to bolster the firm’s continued investment in emissions reduction solutions.
Global consulting and engineering company Wood, of Aberdeen, has pledged to have 40% of senior management roles filled by women by 2030.
Despite an increased focus in recent years, the energy industry has consistently struggled to attract more women.
International Women's Day, taking place today (8th March), grew out of a 1908 women's march for better labour laws to become an event recognised by the United Nations. To celebrate, Energy Voice spoke with Simone Pizzolato, Forum Energy Technologies' commercial manager, about the changes in the energy industry in the past two decades.
Scott Munro, Technical Manager at Aleron Limited, specialists in complete ROV solutions, has created a new sporting challenge named, The Great Scottish Triathlon, to raise funds for local charity, Grampian Disability Sport.
It is often said that successful careers are defined by a few pivotal moments. That is certainly the case for Stewart Findlay, Operations Director at engineering firm, Brimmond Group.
Being a working parent is challenging at the best of times, but the last year, and in particular the second lockdown, has been tough – really, really tough.
Engineering company Nucore Group has beefed up its management team with the appointment of Phil Davie as chief operating officer (COO).
Pipeline technology company Stats Group, of Kintore, has promoted two long-serving employees to senior executive positions.
TechnipFMC said today it had appointed Alf Melin as executive vice president and chief financial officer, effective January 25, 2021.
EnerMech has appointed Steven Muir to the newly created post of IT director.
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.