Industry organisation Decom North Sea (DNS) has announced the appointment of its new “highly respected” chief executive.
The worlds of north-east business, charity and sport are mourning the death of “one of life’s genuinely good guys”, Duncan Skinner, who has died aged 63.
The final push for the world’s largest floating wind farm off Aberdeen is underway, with a giant foundation making the first leg of its journey.
Energy service firm Baker Hughes is reshuffling its north-east facilities footprint once more in an effort to “drive synergies” and improve conditions for staff.
Energy services giant Worley has appointed a new vice president of energy to head up operations in Aberdeen.
Wood, the Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm, has landed a five-year contract extension to its work on Taqa assets in the UK North Sea.
3t Energy Group’s deal to buy Petrofac’s Aberdeen and Montrose training centres has successfully made it across the line.
Aberdeen-headquartered Wood has been appointed as “owner’s engineer” on Europe’s largest single-site onshore wind farm.
KCA Deutag is facing better prospects after slashing its debt and “battening down the hatches” in during a tumultuous 2020, the Aberdeen-based oil and gas drilling giant’s chief finance officer said yesterday.
An oil boss accused of sexually assaulting a woman at his second home left before the police arrived because he “didn’t have any clothes to wear the next day”, a trial has heard.
Oil major Shell is on the hunt for new headquarters for its Aberdeen workforce.
Amazon Prime has hired a pair of Aberdeen oil companies to help supply the set of its new TV series “The Rig”.
A retired oil tycoon has been ordered to pay a firm more than £210,000 following a contract dispute over a housing development.
Further job cuts are planned at oilfield equipment firm Dril-Quip in Aberdeen as it moves manufacturing work out of the region, Energy Voice understands.
An new alliance between Aberdeen-headquartered EnerMech and 3T Energy Group has bagged a “significant” project to help shape future training of oil workers in Mozambique.
On this day exactly one year ago, Mintra asked our staff to pack up their desks and make their home space their new office space. We knew that the Covid-19 stay at home order would be coming – it was only a matter of time – and that we needed to act swiftly to keep our team both safe and operational, even before governments made working from home mandatory for non-key workers.
Expro’s chief executive says he doesn’t anticipate its amalgamation with Frank’s International to lead to any “significant headcount changes” in Aberdeen.
Babcock helicopters has conditionally agreed the sale of its oil and gas aviation business to rival CHC.
Solstad Offshore has announced a series of contract awards with Total, Equinor and Serica Energy in the UK North Sea.
Aberdeen-headquartered EnerMech has been awarded a five-year contract extension with Chevron for oil and gas facilities in Western Australia.
Scotland is “on the cusp” of a climate technology revolution, according to a new report highlighting the nation’s credentials for tackling global warming.
Ancala Midstream has won a multi-million pound deal to transport gas from the prolific Edvard Grieg Area in Norway for processing in Scotland.
BP has informed thousands of staff members they will not return to the office full-time when the pandemic lifts, a news report said.
Babcock took a £5.2million hit for “loss-making contracts” for its North Sea helicopter business in the 2020 financial year.
Hunting has said the group is positioned “well for the year ahead” after a strong finish to 2020, coupled with a more buoyant market outlook.