Aberdeenshire-headquartered Stats group has appointed a 40-year engineering veteran as its new chief operating officer.
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Statoil has appointed a new chief operating officer as Anders Opedal moved on to lead the development of the firm’s operations in Brazil.
Haven Power has strengthened its team with the appointment of a new chief operating officer. Jonathan Kini will be responsible for overseeing the company’s business operations.
Tag Oil said its chief operating officer has resigned from his post. Frank Jacobs said he was standing down from the role to pursue other opportunities elsewhere.
Northern Petroleum said today that drilling had begun on a third exploration well at the Shell operated Guyane Maritime project.
Aberdeen energy service company Senergy said yesterday it would be creating up to 80 jobs before the end of May due to growing demand for its services.
Aberdeen technology development firm Spex Group yesterday named Nadir Mahjoub, above, as chief operating officer.
In 2009, Hurricane Exploration performed a first in UK waters. The small, but specialist, exploration outfit was the first to plan and drill a basement reservoir as an exploration target on the UK Continental Shelf, making its light oil Lancaster discovery West of Shetland.
A former Grampian Industrialist of the Year has quit the board of the company he founded after disagreements with fellow bosses, it emerged yesterday.
Former Amec director Neil Bruce has been appointed to the board of Air Energi.
Aberdeen-based oil and gas explorer Sterling Resources said today it had seen a "good start" to production testing on the southern North Sea Breagh development.
Energy industry logistics company Peterson SBS yesterday revealed it had taken a majority stake in a fellow Aberdeen firm.
Aberdeen-based oil and gas logistics business Asco has announced its second deal this week after buying a minority stake in an American firm.
Proserv's boss has literally come a long way since he graduated in 1982 with a mechanical engineering degree from an Australian university.
Sodexo revealed its biggest North Sea contract win yesterday, a deal running to hundreds of millions of pounds with Talisman Energy (UK).
The FTSE 100 Index closed 3.7 points lower at 5662.4 today, with troubled security firm G4S comfortably the biggest faller.
Energy-service firm Stork Technical Services (STS) announced two senior appointments in Aberdeen yesterday.
Wind turbines which are expected to cost much less to maintain than traditional designs will be tested in Scottish waters.
Aberdeen City and Shire will underline its commitment to the industry later this year with its largest showcase of renewable-energy businesses at the All-Energy show.
Tullow Oil said today it would work with Shell to explore for oil in the Atlantic Ocean.
An Aberdeen-based mooring specialist has announced plans to move into new offices in the city as part of UK and international growth plans.
Banchory-based Sterling Resources said today it was a step closer to production on the southern North Sea Breagh gas field.
A Japanese energy company which buys renewable power from small independent producers has opened its first Scottish office.
Andrew Gould, Schlumberger's long-time chief executive, has stepped down.
Specialist fabricator Isleburn said yesterday is planning to recruit a further 60 workers in the north early next year.