Aberdeen-based Operational Excellence (OPEX) Group has appointed Gerry Ward as vice-president to drive its growth plans.
former managing director
Oil and gas giant Royal Dutch Shell said yesterday that executive director Malcolm Brinded, the former managing director of Shell Expro in Aberdeen, had received £1.4million under its restricted share plan. It said he had received 62,857 ordinary B shares in cash.
The boss of Highland Fuels said yesterday he was looking to new business in the Western Isles to help propel the firm forward.
More details are expected from oil giant Shell this week on its job-cut plans, though it is still unclear what the impact will be on the 2,000-plus people working from Aberdeen.
Scottish employees of oil giant Shell may have to wait months before finding out if their jobs are at risk in a major restructuring at the business.
ENVIRONMENTAL service group Steminic has acquired the UK business and assets of north-east rival ITS Drilling Services in a deal worth about £1million.