The new chief financial officer at Wood Group PSN said yesterday the business still had plenty of growth potential both at home and abroad.
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It is Zenith Oilfield Technology’s first innovation award after two previous wins in the international trade category in 2009 and 2011.
North-east energy service firm SeaEnergy said yesterday it made pre-tax losses of £2.4million in 2012.
Reef Subsea Group said last night its chief executive, Mark Preece, was stepping down by mutual agreement. The Norwegian firm added: "Mr Preece will be leaving the company immediately to pursue other interests. The board wishes him every success in his new pursuits."
Sam Cavender was 16 when he decided on a career in IT, but the schoolboy from Great Yarmouth knew he really wanted a hands-on job figuring out how things worked.
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.
North-east energy service firm SeaEnergy said yesterday a recent acquisition was performing strongly and was close to signing new deals in the North Sea and internationally.
North-east shipping and energy service firm Craig Group said yesterday a new contract with oil giant BP was worth nearly £13million annually over three years.
Flexlife has said growing demand for its subsea project and integrity-management expertise has led to a large jump in the Aberdeen company's annual turnover.
The retired chairman of Aberdeen-based Wood Group has gifted a large part of his shareholding in the energy service firm to the Wood Family Trust.
Aberdeen firm Craig Group said yesterday progress in each of its divisions boosted operating profits and turnover in the year to April 30.
North-east energy service firm Red Spider said yesterday it had landed a contract in west Africa worth more than £600,000.
Offshore engineering firm Subsea 7 has signed a £185million contract extension with BP for work west of Shetland.
North-east energy service firm SeaEnergy said yesterday it was confident of growth in the coming months despite widening losses.
Aberdeenshire energy service firm Red Spider Technology said yesterday it had completed its first contract in west Africa using a new product.
The wife of Wood Group chief executive Allister Langlands has sold 250,000 shares in the company for about £2.1million, the Aberdeen-based energy service firm said yesterday.
Aberdeen energy service firm Senergy said yesterday it was on track for a sizeable increase in its Norwegian business.
Westhill-based energy service firm Red Spider Technology said yesterday it had won contracts worth over £190,000 from oil and gas operators in the Gulf of Mexico.
When the first offshore workers started producing oil on Kittiwake in 1990 they could not have expected their successors to still be on the platform more than 20 years later.
Aberdeen-based energy service firm Wood Group today announced a string of contracts worth a total of more than £12million.
Aberdeen-based energy service firm Wood Group said today one of its units had signed a £61million deal for work on the world's largest semisubmersible production facility.
£100m-plus win for firm in North Sea
Aberdeen-based energy service firm Read Well Services has been split into two sister companies.
Award-winning Aberdeen energy service firm Brinker Technology is facing liquidation after a deal to buy it fell through at the 11th hour.
Increased global oil and gas investment will continue to help underpin growth at energy service firm Wood Group in 2012, it said yesterday.