Energy transformation is no longer a futuristic concept – it is happening now.
Texo, the technology-led EPC Group has unveiled its brand new purpose built facility at the Port of Blyth, with an official opening event last month.
There is a difference between being agile and being flexible.
Red Wing Shoe Company offers a comprehensive and customisable assortment of head-to-toe personal protective equipment to keep workers safe and productive.
The scale of Aberdeen's North Sea bounty over several decades is revealed in the latest Sunday Times Rich List.
American author Alan Cohen said: “Do not wait until the conditions are perfect to begin. Beginning makes the conditions perfect.”
Innovative thinkers and renewables leaders are being sought to enter this year’s highly coveted Gold Awards.
Angus is open for business with successful international, national and local businesses choosing to invest in the region, providing a strong and exciting economy, supported by a skilled, flexible and motivated workforce with an envious quality of life.
Mental health encompasses our emotional, psychological and social wellbeing.
German engineering has long been respected for its unrivalled quality, and the Mannheim-based Bilfinger group continues to live up to this reputation by creating future-facing digital solutions.
When FWB Park Brown started more than 25 years ago, discussions about gender balance in the boardroom were not particularly commonplace in the oil and gas sector.
Three dimensional scanning is transforming the way we inspect and maintain our subsea assets – delivering technically accurate data in time frames that add real efficiency to inspection operations and decision making. One Aberdeenshire-based firm is at the vanguard of this revolution.
In 1999, the Revenue decided to change the contracting landscape with the introduction of IR35, an anti-avoidance tax legislation. The legislation originally imposed a series of tests to verify whether the worker could be classified as self-employed or not. Qualifying questions included “could they replace themselves if they were unable to go to work”, and “how many companies do they contract with each year” in order to establish their true status.
Absenteeism can be a big problem. Average employee absence is 6.6 days per year and the annual cost to British businesses is around £554 per employee, according to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
In these pages we’ve often focused on “getting smarter with technology”, but we also need to get smarter with people.
Why not “A Common Understanding”? Well, because when it comes to cost sharing, a common understanding is all too rare.
Advisian, the consulting business line of the WorleyParsons Group, has arrived in Aberdeen.
The new year is the ideal time to start fresh. It brings a sense of opportunity as many people seek to start their own entrepreneurial journey and 2019 will be no different.
For industry stalwart Glenn Hurren, the new year heralded exciting change as he stepped into a new role as UK managing director of ASCO.
PIM is delighted to announce that its second annual integrity management conference, ‘Risk: strategy rather than chance’, will take place on Thursday March 28.
Hydrocarbon supply is still key for meeting global energy demand and while a continued focus on maximising recovery from existing wells is important, it is also crucial for the industry to continue to identify new prospects as many aging assets come to the end of field life.
Established at the outset of Aberdeen’s oil boom in 1973, Bilfinger Salamis UK began as an industrial blasting and painting specialist.
Orkney’s location is a unique attraction for both oil and gas and marine tourism activity.
The organisers of the prestigious cHeRries Awards are on the hunt for an exemplary employer of choice as the next edition of one of the north-east’s most prestigious business events looms closer.
For the industry at large, sourcing medics, like many specialist roles, is increasingly a major challenge.