The Aberdeen section of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) has named Irina Krylova as its chair for the 2034/24 season.
Montrose Port Authority (MPA). has appointed Ann Rooney as its new chief commercial officer.
Lamprell has announced that Neil Millar will be returning to the business as its newly appointed chief operating officer, following six years away from the firm.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has appointed Samantha Peace to lead its Energy Division as current director Chris Flint looks to retire.
The Inverness-born, Calum MacPherson, has been named chief executive of the Inverness and Cromarty Firth Green Freeport in what he describes as a “fantastic opportunity.”
The former IOG boss, Andrew Hockey, will be taking on the chief executive role at Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) as of 1 June.
The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) has announced that it has named former Subsea 7 and McDermott man, Iain Grainger, as its new chief executive.
The vessel operator, North Star has appointed Lesley Dunn, to the newly created role of head of financial planning and analysis with the aim of driving growth.
The Aberdeenshire-based Score Group has named Nick Dunn as its new chief executive, effective from the 5th of April.
Equnior board member, Michael Lewis, will step down from his position this week after accepting the chief executive job at German energy company Uniper.
The Aberdeenshire-based Integrated Services and Training provider, AquaTerra Group, has announced appointments to two senior roles as the firm looks to grow.
Repsol Sinopec Resources UK (RSRUK) has appointed Luis Polo as its new chief executive, replacing Nicolas Foucart who only took up the role in September.
Aberdeen-based oil and gas engineering firm, Quanta, has announced two senior-level appointments as it looks to create "dozens" of jobs.
Baker Hughes, the oil and gas services firm with offices in Aberdeen, has reported pre-tax profits of £127.99 million in its Q3 results.
Equinor has appointed Molly Morris as its new president for US offshore wind, who will take on the role from the start of next year.
Aberdeen-based Repsol Sinopec UK has appointed a new chief operating officer, Peter Medlam will take on the role at the start of next month.
Kintore-based pipeline technology specialist STATS Group has appointed Ross Wallace to the position of finance director, after 11 years with the company.
Aberdeen-based Oilenco has appointed a new business development director that will work out of its offices in Westhill.
Offshore equipment and solutions provider, Aquaterra Energy has appointed Anne Haase as renewables director to drive the offshore renewable energy arm of the business.
Waldorf Production UK has hired a mergers and acquisitions (M&A) expert as its general counsel and commercial director, based in its Aberdeen headquarters.
NOF Energy has strengthened its team with a new appointment to its board.
Oil major Chevron has appointed a new president of its operations in Asia.
Falcon Oil & Gas has strengthened its team with the appointment of a new chairman. JoAchim Conrad, a non-executive director of the company since 2008, takes up the role from John Craven.
Wood Group Intech (WGI) has strengthened its team with a new global business development manager. Colin Underwood will be responsible for leveraging and building the global capability of the company working with the firm's regional representatives. Underwood brings with him more than 30 years of industry experience, working across a broad range of disciplines and in a variety of geographical and cultural settings.
Peak Oil & Gas has strengthened its team with the appointment of a new non-executive director. The company said Peter Armitage, an experience public company director, will join the board.