Engineering services firm ODE has opened a new Aberdeen office after scooping £20million in Southern North Sea contract awards.
Oil producer Det Norske has awarded a framework agreement to fellow Norwegian firm First Geo for delivery of a broad range of subsurface and well engineering services.
Xodus Group has been awarded a framework agreement by Lundin Norway to provide engineering studies and verification services for its developments on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
Global oilfield service company Archer said yesterday a renewed contract for Marathon Oil was creating at least 80 jobs within its Aberdeen operations.
Former CBI boss Lord Jones said yesterday only hard work could rescue the UK from economic decline.
Drilling and workover contractor Archer said yesterday it planned to add at least 40 people to its workforce after extending a North Sea contract with Shell.
International oil and gas facilities service provider Petrofac has announced a joint venture based in the Middle East.
Petrofac, the oil and gas facilities service provider, said yesterday it had been awarded a contract worth £40million over three years for engineering services on the UK continental shelf assets of Maersk Oil North Sea UK.
International engineering and project management company Amec announced yesterday a £226million contract win with BP Azerbaijan.
Aberdeen-based oil service company Sparrows Offshore Group said yesterday it had landed more than £36million of contracts at home and abroad, which would lead to 35 jobs locally.
International oil and gas facility service provider Petrofac said yesterday it was increasingly confident that 2009 would be another year of strong growth.
NORTH-EAST firm Dales Marine Services has hailed the presence of a catamaran in its dry dock in Aberdeen for the first time as a milestone.