The new Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) along with other major infrastructure improvements will help “anchor” the oil and gas supply chain to the north-east.
A major improvement programme that will deliver ‘the most efficient supply base in the industry’ is well underway with building work expected to be completed by the end of the year.
As Houston prepares for its 49th annual Offshore Technology Conference we hear about how the city and its energy sector have evolved to overcome the challenges of the last two decades from Scottish-born Suzanne Munro, now US business development manager for NSL (part of ASCO Group).
As the former chief executive of FTSE 100 firms Rentokil and Unilever’s China and Taiwan operations, Alan Brown is more than familiar with challenges.
North-east energy firms have pledged to address the gap between the average pay of men and women in the sector.
Around one-third of lost time offshore can be attributed to materials – for example, equipment being inaccessible when required. While costs remain higher in the North Sea than in equivalent mature basins, this is something industry must action.
Global oil and gas supply base operator ASCO has announced that it has secured work worth in excess of £50million since the beginning of 2018.
Staff at an Aberdeen oilfield services firm have smashed a charity fundraising target in honour of the company’s 50th anniversary.
Emily Murphy, waste client services manager and Andrea Canale, technical account manager at ASCO speak to Energy Voice.
As Asco celebrates its landmark 50th anniversary, it is fitting that we use key industry events such as Adipec to reflect on the continued importance of international engagement.
Often things that last start from humble beginnings.
Asco Group has got SPE Offshore Europe work off to a cracking start by announcing a string of new contracts worth a total of £50million in its 50th year.
The Gold Awards for best large and small companies will once again be contested by some of the biggest and best names in the North Sea oil and gas industry.
An animal charity has been given a boost of more than £17,000 from a north-east oil company.
ASCO remain in talks over a proposed move to a 24/7 stand-by shift for a "small group" of dock workers.
ASCO said it is currently consulting with a "small group" of employees over changes to their contracts.
Oil and gas services firm ASCO is forcing workers to be available 24/7 under shift changes that have been branded "extremely serious".
Island Offshore has won a two-year contract with ASCO for work on the UKCS.
Kareem Ammar said he has been applying for up to six jobs a day as he looks for a new role in the oil and gas industry.
ASCO has warned job seekers over false employment offers from the company.
ASCO has won a multimillion pound contract renewal with oil major BP in Norway.
A former employee of north-east oil and gas services giant Asco fears being jailed in Oman next week over a contract payment dispute.
OES Oilfield Services Group has appointed Euan Lockhart as chief executive.
ASCO said it will divest the majority of the company's non oil and gas-related waste services following a strategic review.
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