Six months into his new job as Asco Group chief executive, Peter France has worked out the company doesn’t need to change dramatically.
For industry stalwart Glenn Hurren, the new year heralded exciting change as he stepped into a new role as UK managing director of ASCO.
Supply chain costs for oil and gas firms in north-east Scotland are expected to drop as a result of the newly-opened Aberdeen bypass, according to transport bosses.
A group of talented young people are helping ensure business success for one of the North Sea’s leading firms.
Digitalisation can help realise significant benefits for oil and gas, particularly if lessons can be learned from the experiences of other sectors including retail and automotive.
Dyce-headquartered firm ASCO has announced a "long term strategic partnership" with UK company, Peel Ports.
Oil and gas services firm Asco will have a new man at the helm from Monday.
A leading north-east businessman has taken up a new role managing the day-to-day operations of Sullom Voe oil terminal in Shetland.
Industry leaders, decision makers and investors from across the Energy sector gather in Stavanger this month for the 22nd biennial ONS conference, where they will focus on innovation.
Months of travel misery will come to an end this week for motorists north of Aberdeen as a major road fully reopens.
A group of energy workers are embarking on a massive fundraising challenge as they do their bit to bring a life-saving charity helicopter to the north-east.
Western Australia is a region characterised by its huge liquefied natural gas market, aiming to overtake Qatar as the world’s largest LNG exporter by 2020.
Aberdeen-based organiser Granite PR said today that only a “few tickets remain” for its Aberdeen-Norway Gateway event this month.
ASCO has announced a significant contract award from Apache North Sea that builds upon a positive start to the year for the global oil and gas materials management specialist.
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.