Energy service giant Wood has appointed Paula Murphy to the new role of chief marketing and communications officer.
Oil firm Cabot Energy has hired a former BP accountant as its independent interim chairman.
Confronted with redundancy after a collective 22 years in the oil and gas industry, two former oil and gas workers today bring fresh deli street food to Aberdeen in a bid to transform their fortunes.
Overseas staff would be able to work in Britain for up to six months without applying for a visa under new proposals.
Score Group’s Conrad Ritchie is the latest winner of the annual Grampian Industrialist of the Year.
The former editor of the Press and Journal has been appointed to the board of an offshore drone company.
Tendeka has hired a new advanced completions director to help drive the commercialisation of its wireless intelligent completions technology, PulseEight.
Richard Irvin and Sons has a new chief – its third in five years – as it ramps up the pace of expansion beyond its traditional north-east heartland.
CHC Group's chief administrative officer has left the helicopter operator to pursue "another employment opportunity", the company said.
The oil industry is doing a better job of hiring women. Keeping them remains the challenge, says ConocoPhillips CEO Ryan Lance.
A former chief executive of bankrupt engineering firm Carillion has resigned as a non-executive director Aberdeen oil service giant Wood.
Emily Murphy, waste client services manager and Andrea Canale, technical account manager at ASCO speak to Energy Voice.
Wentworth has named Eskil Jersing as its new chief executive.
US drilling contractor Noble's chief executive David Williams has been replaced by Julie Robertson following his retirement.
Baker Hughes, a GE company's global chief operations officer will leave the company this month.
Drilling and engineering contractor KCA Deutag has appointed a new senior vice president for its rig design and engineering subsidiary, RDS.
A former Scottish Rally champion and North Sea oil boss has died following a plane crash.
A top boss at US oil giant Chevron has swapped winter in northern Europe for normally sunny California following a change of role.
Wood today confirmed William Setter will step down from his role as company secretary.
Global oil and gas solutions firm Tendeka has announced the appointment of Brad Baker as its new chief executive officer (CEO).
Veteran of the energy sector in both the north-east and around the world, Colin Black, has been recognised in Texas for his services to the industry.
Burness Paull has added an employment law practitioner with a strong oil and gas track record to its team in Aberdeen.
The Weir Group today confirmed non-executive directors John Mogford and Alan Ferguson will retire from the board after the company annual general meeting in April 2018.
Scottish offshore technology company Seanamic Group, the parent of Aberdeen-based Imes, said yesterday it had appointed subsea expert Alan Brunnen as chairman.
A wind turbine in Wester Ross has been named ‘Varuna’ in memory of a missing Applecross fisherman.