DOF Subsea has picked up contracts in the North Sea and Asia-Pacific worth £80million.
A former Shell boss in Aberdeen has been announced as the successor to Sir Frank Chapman as head of British oil and gas operator BG Group.
AGR's Aberdeen office has appointed a new regional consultancy manager to oversee and grow the division.
Global interest in heavy oil will focus on Aberdeen next week as delegates from more than 30 countries flock to the city for a biennial industry event.
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Utilities GDF Suez and Centrica were quick to welcome today's tax allowance for shallow-water gas fields. The pair, which both have offices in Aberdeen, are in line to benefit directly from the announcement to the tune of up to £500million.
Statoil, together with operator Repsol Sinopec and partner Petrobras, has confirmed a major new find offshore Brazil.
Statoil has singled out four business critical technologies as key to achieving the company's growth ambitions.
High levels of activity on the Norwegian and UK shelves has put a strain on the rig market but there is hope of it easing.
LORD Douglas Cullen will join an impressive line-up of leading oil and gas industry figures sharing their experiences and insights during our second annual Safety and Competency Conference in Abu Dhabi later this month.
A health and safety boss at oil giant Shell yesterday called for equipment and training given to North Sea workers to be simplified.
Well management company AGR Petroleum Services has bought Aberdeen's TRACS International Consultancy in a deal worth £20million.
COSTS associated with constructing new oil&gas upstream facilities have reached a new record high, according to the latest IHS/Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA) Upstream Capital Costs Index. They are up 6% over the past six months and have doubled since 2005.