Engineering firm Costain said yesterday it had appointed Tim Martin as director of front end and advisory services in its oil and gas team.
Seasoned North Sea catering boss Susan Elston has been appointed senior vice-president for Sodexo’s offshore and marine business in the UK and Ireland.
Engineering firm Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) has hired a former supply chain manager at Shell as its first ever commercial manager.
Offshore vessel owner Prosafe today announced a raft of changes to its top order that will take effect from March 1.
Expro has appointed a senior project manager responsible for the delivery of integrated well abandonment services.
Cluff Natural Resources (CNR) has announced the appointment of Mark Lappin as non-executive director.
A fledgling, Aberdeen-based portfolio company backed by Lonsdale Capital Partners has appointed a chief executive with 28 years of oil industry experience.
Global energy industry executive search firm Ducatus Partners has made two senior appointments to help it branch into different sectors.
Iqarus, an energy sector healthcare provider based in Aberdeen, has appointed its first chief technology officer.
The Aberdeenshire-based managing director of Taqa’s European business is leaving the company.
A fledgling, Aberdeen-based energy sector procurement firm has hired a business development director with more than 30 years’ experience.
Aberdeen-based energy sector healthcare provider Iqarus has hired a new chairman with military experience to bolster its expansion drive.
Energy service firm First Integrated Solutions (FIS) has brought in a new operations director who boasts almost 30 years’ experience in the lifting equipment industry.
Fledgling energy service company Ardyne, of Aberdeen, has lured oil and gas industry-heavyweight Jochem Scherpenisse from Baker Hughes.
Dublin-based oil and gas explorer Providence Resources today revealed a shuffle of its board.
Bureau Veritas – a global leader in testing, inspection and certification (TIC) – has confirmed its appointment earlier this year of Paul Shrieve as chief executive officer of North Sea offshore operations, marine and offshore.
Swire Oilfield Services has brought in a new chief executive to replace Tor Helgeland, who is stepping down after 22 years with the Aberdeen company.
Construction firm Costain said today it had pulled off a coup by bringing in a Swansea University engineering professor on secondment for a year.
The industry body for North Sea decommissioning has appointed a new chairman who is on the books at Wood Group.
Marathon Oil is seeking a new chief financial officer after J R Sult stepped down from the role.
Petrofac’s chief financial officer will leave the oil service company after being poached by security group G4S.
Aberdeen downhole well integrity specialist READ Cased Hole (READ) has appointed its first ever global business development manager to spearhead the company’s expansion drive. The role has gone to Gavin Lindsay, who previously held director level positions with a major oilfield services company. READ, whose headquarters are in Bridge of Don, decided to create the position after being emboldened by a number of contract wins and technology launches earlier in the year.
Indian renewables business Mytrah Energy has promoted its chief financial officer to the role of chief executive. Vikram Kailas replaces Ravi Kailas, who will continue in his role as chairman. Mr Kailas will retain the vice chairman and managing director posts at subsidiary Mytrah Energy (India) Private Limited (MEIPL).
Aberdeen Harbour Board (AHB) today said it had filled the newly created role of operations manager at the port. Following his appointment, John McGuigan, who has worked in the port industry for more than 30 years, will direct all “land based operational activities”, working closely with customers and safety authorities. Mr McGuigan started his career with British Steel and has since worked for Clydeport, Peel Ports and was previously the E.ON UK terminal manager in Liverpool.
The new chairman of Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) has said the company’s bold North Sea plans and UK energy sector’s response to the downturn had convinced him to take on the role. David Peattie, who is expected to help support IOG’s mergers and acquisitions strategy, said there were “all sorts of opportunities” in the UK North Sea. “There has been a positive response from the supply chain in terms of reduced costs, risk sharing and flexibility,” said Mr Peattie, who spent more than 30 years of his career at BP.