Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm EnerMech has confirmed it has been hit by a cyber attack.
EnerMech chief executive Doug Duguid is giving up the hotseat at the company he helped found more than a decade ago.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm EnerMech has appointed John Guy as its new chief executive.
Arup and EnerMech have launched a new digitised service to enhance the inspection process for the oil and gas industry.
There is little doubt John Morrison can be described as a veteran of the offshore cranes and lifting industry given that earlier this month he celebrated his 40th anniversary since first entering the engineering sector.
Aberdeen firm EnerMech has appointed Emmanuelle Marshall as Group HSE Director.
Energy chiefs have insisted a shortage of women looking to join the sector is partly to blame for the gender pay gap in the north-east.
Overall, 2018 was a bit of a damp squib in terms of mergers and acqusitions (M&A) activity in oilfield services.
Scottish firm EnerMech expects diversification to double its size within five years.
Engineering services firm EnerMech has concluded its sale to private equity firm Carlyle Group and announced a number of senior appointments to its board.
EnerMech’s boss has denied that the Aberdeen-headquartered energy service company has been sold to US private equity investor Carlyle Group.
Six north and north-east businesses have been listed among the top 250 companies for growth in the UK.
Success in international markets has increased global revenues by nearly £100 million for integrated mechanical and electrical services specialist EnerMech.
Oil field service firm EnerMech has secured North Sea cranes and lifting services work worth more than £21 million.
Ten Scottish firms feature in a new league table of the UK’s fastest-growing companies by international sales – and six of them are in the north and north-east.
Western Australia is a region characterised by its huge liquefied natural gas market, aiming to overtake Qatar as the world’s largest LNG exporter by 2020.
Offshore maintenance and inspection firm MInteg has opened a £50,000 rope access training centre in Aberdeen.
EnerMech, of Aberdeen, is looking to double revenue from its operations in Africa to £50 million over the next three years.
Aberdeen-based engineering services firm EnerMech has made two senior appointments in the UK and US in a bid to boost international expansion.
Aberdeen-headquartered MInteg has opened its first international base in Australia for entry into the country’s oil and gas market.
EnerMech has today been dealt a blow after losing a major offshore contract to a rival engineering services company.
Aberdeen-based engineering firm EnerMech has bought UK valves business Denholm Valvecare (DV).
Aberdeen-based energy service firm EnerMech has announced a seven figure double contract win with Norwegian renewables group Statkraft and Skagerak Energi, one of Scandinavia’s largest power grid companies.
Engineering services group EnerMech, of Aberdeen, said yesterday new subsidiary MInteg was poised to double the size of its workforce next year.
Cost-cutting and overseas growth have helped push international oil and gas engineering company EnerMech back into the black.