Edinburgh-based flow assurance consultancy and lab services company Hydrafact has kicked off a joint industry project to develop an online hydrate inhibition monitoring system called Online HydraCHEK.
Training & Technology
Geophysicist Thurza Frenz has successfully turned a schoolgirl interest in geology into a career hunting for oil beneath the seabed.
Greg Morrison, age 14, from Mastrick, has just laid an early career foundation by successfully completing a week's work experience at oil and gas training company Atlas.
Baker Hughes has revealed its participation in the first successful marine methane hydrate production test well offshore Japan on March 12.
A group of 11 finalists, aged 15-16, went head-to-head in an intense two-hour cook-off last monthto win three apprenticeships with offshore catering firm Entier.
With more than 4,500 members in the UK, the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), does much more than just look after its members' interests.
Two students from Banff & Buchan College travelled to London to make a presentation at the Big Bang, one of the UK's largest science events.
A class at Aberdeen Skills and Enterprise Training (Aset) centre will today become the first group of ex-military personnel to complete its oil and gas process operations course.
Marine technology firm Kongsberg Maritime said yesterday more than 1,200 people were trained at its Westhill base last year.
Firms from the US will share solutions to the skills-gap problem at a breakfast during the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston.
Energy service giant Petrofac said yesterday it would invest £1.5million in its offshore fire-training operation.
Students from across the north-east will get a chance to meet recruiters eager to hire the best and brightest talent later this month.
Aberdeen branch of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) has extended the deadline for student members wishing to apply for its 2012-13 bursary programme until Sunday, April 14.
Oil and gas firms facing chronic skill shortages have been given a boost by UK Government plans to relax strict immigration rules.
Germany's largest oil and gas company Wintershall has started testing a new recovery enhancement technology with its parent BASF.
Team Hydra is the winner of the Ultimate Field Trip 2013 competition, the UK's leading science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) talent discovery event.
Scottish Rig Inspection and training provider Aberdeen Drilling Consultants (ADC), in partnership with Aberdeen Drilling Schools (ADS), have become the first IWCF accredited online "learning to examination" provider for Level Two "Basic" Well Control training worldwide.
Award-winning Paul Otway has been a subsea engineer for several years now but when he graduated in crisis-wracked 2008, he faced a world of uncertainty.
A new titanium-based nano-technology wonder material can generate hydrogen, produce clean water and even create energy.
Companies are increasingly using social media to advertise positions and vet applicants was one of the findings of a University of Aberdeen study.
A typical dairy farm could supply most of the electricity it needs to milk the cows, by converting their manure into energy.
An innovative new process that releases the energy in coal without burning . . . while capturing the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide . . . has passed a milestone on the route to possible commercial use at a US university.
Pupils from an Aberdeen school got up close to helicopters and dressed in oversized survival suits as part of a tour of a hangar.
A programme helping school pupils across the UK to find the right career path is being piloted in the north-east by Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire councils with support from BP and other local businesses.
Solar cells may be at the threshold of becoming dramatically more effective thanks to nanotechnology.