Oilfield services firm Expro has formed an exclusive partnership with FTAI Ocean for the supply of its well intervention vessel.
Expro’s chief executive says he doesn’t anticipate its amalgamation with Frank’s International to lead to any “significant headcount changes” in Aberdeen.
UK-based company Expro and Dutch rival Frank's International have announced plans for a merger creating a billion-dollar oilfield services giant.
Neil Sims is encouraged by the “horsepower” that’s being put behind the sector’s new sector deal application.
Oilfield services firm Expro entered the Covid-19 crisis with cash in the bank and no debt, meaning it is better placed than most in the sector to survive the pandemic intact, bosses have said.
Now more than ever, it is important we work to attract the next generation into the industry.
Oilfield services firm Expro has found a new chief financial officer in an executive who was “critical” in helping US firm Tidewater emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Pressure on oil and gas well infrastructure continues to be challenged by ever increasing global demand.
UK oilfield services firm Expro has been awarded a £16million contract to help decommission an offshore field for Malaysian operator Petronas.
Oilfield services firm Expro has acquired Norwegian technology company Quality Intervention (QI) for an undisclosed sum.
UK oilfield services firm Expro has won a multimillion dollar contract for work on an offshore production vessel for an Indian operator.
Expro has cash in the bank and is in good shape for “conservative growth” amid a recovery in its core markets, one of the oilfield service company’s bosses said yesterday.
The parent company of a North Sea helicopter firm, which also carries out search and rescue operations in the UK, is considering taking US-style bankruptcy to end its debt woes.
Well management firm Expro has announced the promotion of two management executives.
An award-winning north-east engineer is using his own experience of pursuing job opportunities during his downtime to tell aspiring oil and gas workers “don’t just be another brick in the wall”.
Hydrocarbon supply is still key for meeting global energy demand and while a continued focus on maximising recovery from existing wells is important, it is also crucial for the industry to continue to identify new prospects as many aging assets come to the end of field life.
FrontRow Energy Technology Group has secured a follow-on investment worth £10 million from the Business Growth Fund (BGF) to drive forward its expansion.
The glitterati of the oil and gas industry were treated to a spellbinding evening of food, drinks, music and dancing at The Press and Journal Energy Snow Ball on Saturday.
UK oilfield services firm Expro today opened a purpose-built, £3.8 million facility in Baku, Azerbaijan.
With UK decommissioning expenditure estimated at £55.7 billion, it’s no surprise that this offers a significant opportunity for many companies. From a well abandonment perspective alone, activity is set to increase from £1.2bn in 2016 to an expected £1.5–2bn per year through to 2025, according to Oil and Gas UK (OGUK).
The new owners of Expro are fully behind the firm’s plans to invest in growth, one of the international oilfield service company’s bosses said yesterday.
Aberdeen-based oilfield services firm Expro has announced that the company has been recognised with a Spotlight on New Technology award at the OTC Houston Conference.
Tendeka has hired a new advanced completions director to help drive the commercialisation of its wireless intelligent completions technology, PulseEight.
Oilfield service firm Expro has stayed true to its word by emerging from chapter 11 bankruptcy protection with its 600-strong, north-east workforce intact.
If you consider how much oil the world holds, Aberdeen is a microcosm by comparison.