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.
The Prince of Wales is to warn that Britain is in danger of relinquishing its world class reputation as the "standard bearer of quality manufacturing and engineering" if more young people are not attracted into the industries.
Aberdeen-based oil service company Sparrows has opened new £2million offices in the city to accommodate its growing workforce.
Survival Craft Inspectorate (SCI) said yesterday it had recruited two new apprentices and planned to take on four more in the next six months after a flood of applications.
Anadarko has made a further significant deepwater find in the US Gulf of Mexico - its third this year to date.
NORWAY is a key market for international energy service company Wood Group and this year marks the seventh time the firm has participated at ONS.