An Aberdeen drilling firm has appointed a new managing director.
business development manager
Aberdeenshire oil service firm Saltire Energy has promoted Craig Mitchell to the role of business development director.
Hydraulic control system manufacturer Specialised Management Services (SMS) said yesterday it was looking to expand its operations centre in Aberdeen, after turnover rose 55% to £10million in 2012.
It wasn't that long ago that there was debated uncertainty surrounding the future of the North Sea and all the industries linked to its operation paid close attention.
Aberdeen-based Aquatic Engineering and Construction has appointed Martyn Conroy as business development manager Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) - a new role.
Champion Technologies, a specialist in the production of oilfield production chemicals, has boosted its Eastern Hemisphere team with two key appointments.
An initiative to promote more exports from the north-east was unveiled at ONS yesterday.
Aberdeen oilfield service provider Expro has announced a multimillion-pound award in Australia.
North-east pipeline engineering company STATS Group has landed its biggest contract to date - a multimillion-pound Middle Eastern deal with Qatargas.
Aberdeen-based health and safety training firm Falck Nutec said yesterday it had become the first company to receive accreditation for two RenewableUK courses.
Design and engineering business PD&MS Energy is highlighting its capabilities at the show.
A growing portfolio and plans for its busiest drilling year yet have prompted a growth spurt at ambitious Aberdeen oil and gas explorer Faroe Petroleum.
Aberdeen oil field services company Expro said yesterday it had won a £3.2million contract for work in the UK North Sea.
FASHION retailer Mackays Group, which trades as M&Co, is to invest more than £20million in a new wind-turbine network to generate all the power used in its stores in nearly 300 towns nationwide.
ENERGY service group 3Sun is looking to expand its Scottish and European operations after opening offices in Aberdeenshire and Norway.
Leading figures from Scotland's oil and gas business are arriving in the US city of Houston for the world's top industry show.
OIL well construction technology company Caledus said today it was expanding into new international markets after securing a £2million revolving credit facility from Lloyds Banking Group.
TURNKEY contractor Saipem Ltd hosted a private screening of the new 3D computer-animated Toy Story 3 movie at Cineworld Queen's Links, Aberdeen.
The line-up of speakers for the biggest annual subsea oil and gas showcase in Europe has been announced.
Opportunities in the offshore wind market will be highlighted today at an Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) event.
Energy telecommunications specialist Arrowdawn, of Aberdeen, said yesterday it had appointed a new director and increased hardware sales by 100%.
Aberdeen firm Integrated Subsea Services (ISS) unveiled an acquisition in Australia yesterday plus expansion in south-east Asia through the opening of a new office in Singapore.
Last year, CNR took a bold step in the North Sea by deciding to team with Schlumberger to remote manage the drilling of a well sidetrack in its quest to sustain production from the ageing Murchison field.