The chair of Aberdeen-based Oil and Gas Innovation Centre has been appointed the first director of Robert Gordon University's newest industry-focused initiative.
Nexen Petroleum has become the latest supporter of a global student initiative looking to identify the energy leaders of the future.
Energy Voice caught up Demi Ademuyewo during one of her demanding training sessions.
Robert Gordon University researcher Urenna Ekeh has developed an eco-friendly demulsifier aimed at turning by-products of oil and gas drilling into environmentally-friendly components.
The Aberdeen section of the Society of Petroleum Engineers has awarded 25 oil and gas students bursaries worth £18,000 this year.
International energy services firm Petrofac is tackling the skills gap head-on with a new training programme to ready ex-military personnel for work in the North Sea.
Graduate recruitment in the UK has almost recovered from the 2007 recession, with vacancies set to hit a seven-year high, according to High Fliers market research.
Young technician of the year’s recipe for success: Commitment, courage to challenge and continuous improvement
James Gladden of BG Group won the Young Technician of the Year category at the 2013 Oil & Gas UK Awards. Here he tells us why he joined the North Sea industry and why it could be a brilliant choice for those of you who are looking to make your first step into business and industry.
Recent graduate Katie Musgrave is playing a leading role in a young company's pioneering scour protection technology thanks to the direct support of her university.
An Aberdeen student has won an inaugural oil industry prize thanks to her academic performance in the first year of a new course at Robert Gordon University (RGU).
An engineering boss has hailed a "new breed" of professional managers from Robert Gordon University's (RGU) Aberdeen Business School.
This year's Energy Institute (Aberdeen) student best MSc paper contest staged late last m onth as always saw Aberdeen and The Robert Gordon Universities square against one another.
The Aberdeen section of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) has launched its latest student bursaries call covering the academic year 2013-14.
As none of my family have careers in the sector I thought it was a dangerous industry, but it’s the complete opposite – health and safety is the top priority of every operator.
Talisman Sinopec Energy continued its support for the next generation of energy industry professionals as it unveiled the latest recipients of its scholarship programme last night.
Although I fell into the oil and gas industry by chance at first, I found that I really enjoyed it.
Where do you start on your oil and gas career path? Here's a handy guide to the possible directions you could take.
Finding the right course can be a bit of a minefield.
Your CV is the first impression you make - make it a good one.
The current skills gap in the energy industry is understandably a great worry to employers. Cultivating enthusiasm in the next generation for a career in oil and gas is vital to putting this right, but will take years for the full results to be felt.
This is a long-term industry, with continual challenges which we will need new people to solve, and to lead us in the future.
Lyle Andrews, head of graduate recruitment at BP, and Trevor Garlick, regional president, BP North Sea, look at what you should be doing to land a place on a graduate scheme
Type the words “corporate graduate training scheme” into Google and it is not a leading American or European company that throws up at the top of the first page, it is an Asia-Pacific group with UK roots – Swire.
I work in the marine business unit at Apollo. So far I have been able to work on a wide variety of engineering projects typically related to vessels and drilling rigs.
My late grandfather always had advice for me saying that I should always try to better myself and not be scared of new challenges.