The life and work of former Opito chief executive David Doig will be celebrated in Aberdeen later this month.
People from across the oil and gas industry are expected to attend the memorial at the Kirk of St Nicholas Uniting, Union Street, on February 24.
Mr Doig died in hospital in Kirkcaldy, Fife, last month, after suffering a heart attack in Dubai on Hogmanay.
On learning of his passing, colleagues and friends described the 57-year-old as a “wonderful man” and a “much-respected industry leader”.
Speakers at this month’s memorial will include Malcolm Webb, former chief executive of Oil & Gas UK, and Ian Laing, former managing director of Opito International.
Under Mr Doig’s leadership, oil and gas training organisation Opito supported initiatives to attract people to the oil and gas industry, including the UK modern apprenticeship scheme.
Sinead Watson, senior safety advisor at Taqa Bratani, who was among the first intake on the Oil & Gas Technician Apprenticeship Programme when it launched in 1999, will also speak.
The service will start at 11am. All those who knew Mr Doig are welcome to attend.