A chemicals manufacturer is aiming to recruit 10 people in Aberdeen following a management buy-in backed by private equity.
The coronavirus crisis had a devastating effect on oil-company revenues, but it’s posed a tough human-resources problem too: how to keep workers safe on cramped rigs at sea where social-distancing is impossible.
Crane and lifting technology firm Intebloc, of Aberdeen, is celebrating its biggest ever contract win after clinching a six-figure deal with Stena Drilling.
Eight start-ups from throughout Scotland are the first to benefit from an innovative accelerator programme focused on environment-friendly transport and low-carbon energy.
Drillmar Resources, in partnership with training and competency experts Polaris Learning, has developed a new bespoke competency management system for its workforce.
Eserv, of Aberdeen, has clinched contracts worth more than £3 million in the last year as oil and gas companies took a shine to its technology.
Covid-19 has caused an unprecedented global economic and social crisis. The pandemic has significantly affected all aspects of life. Almost overnight the world as we knew it began to spin on a completely different axis.
Sir Ian Wood urged businesses of all sizes to “co-operate, share ideas, challenge themselves and combine expertise” as he launched the new EnergyTech initiative.
Global skills body OPITO has marked a “strategic shift” in the business after it made its first move into the renewable energy industry.
New technology will enable offshore workers to talk to and text robots working around oil and gas platforms.
A spinout from Robert Gordon University (RGU) has caught the eye of US oilfield service giant Weatherford with its blowout prevention technology.
Aberdeen and Norway based training provider Mintra has announced its listing on the Oslo Stock Exchange.
Oilfield service firm Petrofac has taken delivery of a second freefall lifeboat at its marine training centre in Aberdeen following an investment of £200,000.
The phrase “blended learning” was in vogue for a spell as Scottish education authorities mulled a combination of home study and part-time attendance at school amid the Covid-19 pandemic, and now the idea has taken off in the renewables industry.
AFBE-UK Scotland and Spirit Energy team up to give youngsters from under-represented groups career advice
Students and graduates facing up to the challenges of finding work in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic have an opportunity to gain career advice at an online event next week.
An innovative autonomous underwater vehicle being developed by Kawasaki Heavy Industries appears to have come through its 2020 trials with flying colours.
A leading skills body is warning the oil and gas sector it needs to act swiftly or risk losing thousands of engineers capable of delivering the energy transition.
Global skills organisation OPITO has launched a new initiative to help seafarers make a move into the oil and gas industry.
An Aberdeen firm has struck a potentially lucrative deal to exclusively supply and install “the world’s most powerful magnets” in the UK.
A dozen “pioneer” start-ups are taking part in the Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC)’s third annual TechX Accelerator programme.
Subsea engineering firm OceanTools has clinched a £50,000 deal to supply devices to marine technology business Seatronics.
Though Covid-19 lockdown restrictions across Scotland are now beginning to ease, the viability and availability of international travel remains up in the air.
With the human population fast approaching the 8 billion mark and as the great energy transition gains momentum, so the pressure to find wholly sustainable, high efficiency low-carbon replacements for fossil fuels and to stem rising greenhouse gas levels mounts.
A digital solution for materials selection in oil and gas is now at the fingertips of users across the industry.
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