Bibby Offshore has won a contract with oil major BP to work across a number of North Sea assets.
Bibby Offshore has splashed out a seven-figure sum on a new 800-ton carousel that marks a move into the offshore wind array cable installation market.
A diver who survived being trapped 90 metres below the surface of the North Sea without gas to breathe will recount his terrifying ordeal at a special event in Aberdeen.
Bibby Offshore has secured a multimillion pound decommissioning contract for an unnamed North Sea operator east of Shetland.
Subsea services specialist Bibby Offshore has awarded a frame agreement for rigging equipment inspection and wire rope management to leading marine and subsea business IMES, following a lengthy and competitive tender process.
Scottish research and development company PhotoSynergy Ltd (PSL) has won work with a North Sea operator for the first time, using its Lightpath technology in diving operations.
Marine technology company Kongsberg Maritime has completed the first installation of its new dynamic positioning software that allows operators to use a vessels own system to help cut costs of subsea survey and construction projects.
Bibby Offshore has launched a jobs consultation with staff over redundancies from its North Sea operations. It is understood around 120 jobs are under consultation with around 40 job losses expected across all departments.
A new documentary that recounts the rescue of a stranded diver will offer valuable insight that will help the industry deal with similar events in the future.
Aberdeenshire firm Bibby Offshore is eyeing a £50billion-plus North Sea decommissioning market for further opportunities after completing two major projects this year. Multimillion-pound deals with Endeavour Energy and Tullow Oil SK have given the offshore services company an appetite for more of the kind of projects that will only increase in number as the basin reaches maturity. Endeavour appointed Westhill-based Bibby to carry out work on the Renee and Rubie fields, located in blocks 15/27 and 15/28 of the central North Sea, about 72 miles east of Aberdeen, in a contract lasting 60 days. The project, completed during the past few weeks, saw dive support vessel (DSV) Bibby Sapphire and a construction support ship, the Olympic Ares, recover a variety of subsea equipment.
Bibby Offshore has this year delivered two multimillion pound decommissioning contracts to the UK Continental Shelf.
More firms have joined the list of companies laying off north-east workers as a result of the sharp slump in oil prices.
More North Sea workers were today facing the axe as further job cuts loomed.
The UK's shadow energy minister recently visited Centrica Energy and Bibby Offshore to discuss the future of the oil and gas industry. Tom Greatrex MP visit Centrica's Aberdeen offics to find out more about how the company's developments on the UK Continental Shelf are helping to create jobs and boost the economy across the country.