More than 100 interns from 20 companies working in the UK’s offshore oil and gas industry were challenged to help find solutions to the UK’s net zero ambitions at an event hosted by OGUK last night.
If you’re offered the job of running one of the world’s largest companies, you don’t usually have just an hour to decide if you want it.
There is a new boss at the helm of Scottish subsea robotics company Rovop today following a sudden change at the top.
Tank and container firm Hoover Ferguson has appointed Kevin Friar as its CEO, effective June 30, in a planned transition of senior leadership.
This Sunday (23rd June) marks International Women in Engineering Day. Christina Horspool has worked at Xodus Group for more than six years. The 34-year-old is originally from Birmingham, England and plays a key role the company’s environmental team.
This Sunday (23rd June) marks International Women in Engineering Day. Ines Mfarej Ep Nasri has worked at Airborne Oil & Gas in The Netherlands for almost five years. Ines is originally from Tunesia and plays a key role as the company’s controls engineer for industrial automation.
"You don’t look like a typical engineer," is a remark I often hear when I explain to those outside the industry what I do for a living. To me, there’s no such thing as a “typical” engineer anymore.
Sophie Ewen is currently in her final year of the Oil and Gas Technical Apprentice Programme (OGTAP) and works offshore for Chevron North Sea Limited.
Industry demographics within the offshore oil and gas sector traditionally paint a picture of gender imbalance; particularly within disciplines such as scaffolding.
After working for some of the biggest oil majors in the North Sea, it was the oil downturn that put health and wellbeing on the menu for one former Shell manager, both professionally and personally.
The scale of Aberdeen's North Sea bounty over several decades is revealed in the latest Sunday Times Rich List.
An award-winning north-east engineer is using his own experience of pursuing job opportunities during his downtime to tell aspiring oil and gas workers “don’t just be another brick in the wall”.
Laura Lee has worked in the oil and gas industry across various HR roles for over 10 years. She was recently promoted to the position of HR director at Sparrows Group.
International law firm Addleshaw Goddard said it had beefed up its Aberdeen energy team by appointing David McEwing as a partner.
Schlumberger has appointed Olivier Le Peuch as chief operating officer of Schlumberger, effective immediately.
Directors at an Aberdeen-based marine and risk consultancy have vowed to fulfil their former boss' ambitions for the firm.
Could you put everything on hold and travel the world with your kith and kin along for the ride? The Mennie family did just that and told Ellie House about the adventures along the way
Ophir Energy has appointed a director of US firm Marathon Oil.
Thierry Pilenko has decided to retire as executive chairman of energy service giant TechnipFMC.
A former Shetland port boss who recently retired after more than 40 years’ service has spoken of her pride at being made an OBE.
We know the industry must build upon its efforts to recruit and retain a diversity of new talent if it is to realise its overarching ambition for the future – to add another generation of life to the basin through Vision 2035 – and great strides are already being taken with women across the industry making a positive, lasting impact.
Wood has appointed Joe Sczurko as executive president for strategy and development.
Halliburton has appointed a new chief financial officer after Chris Weber left the company "to pursue other opportunities".
KPMG has announced eight senior promotions across Scotland in its audit, tax and pensions practices.
The finance director at a Laurencekirk-based energy service firm has been shortlisted for a prestigious award by Scotland’s two leading female business organisations.