Dutch geo-data services firm Fugro said this morning that it would reduce its headcount by up to 10% in response to the “deterioration in market circumstances”.
Dutch multinational Fugro has announced a deal to provide remotely operated vehicle (ROV) services to an offshore well decommissioning firm.
Aberdeen is at the heart of a global geo-data service firm’s major pivot towards remote and autonomous operations.
Dutch marine services firm Fugro has announced it is taking a series of “painful measures” in response to the Covid-19 outbreak, including job cuts.
Losses from an arbitration case in Singapore and impairments from a seismic data business saw Dutch marine firm Fugro sink to a heavy set of losses last year.
Fugro has won geotechnical and geophysical survey work on Aker Energy’s Pecan field, offshore Ghana.
Dutch firm Fugro has announced it will sell off its interest in UK-based firm Global Marine.
French energy firm EDF Renewables has announced it has brought in a 'walking jack-up barge' to do North Sea survey work on its planned Neart Na Gaoithe (NnG) Offshore Wind Farm.
Inaccurate pay practices by an asset integrity contractor working in the North Sea are to be considered by a global policy think tank, according to a trade union boss.
An asset integrity firm with bases in Aberdeen has come under fire for claiming it “unintentionally” underpaid workers at a giant Scottish wind farm project.
Dutch geo-data firm Fugro has hailed its "continued recovery" in the third quarter of 2019.
A Bristol-headquartered subsea technology firm is looking to use Aberdeen as the jumping off point for a £1 million expansion into the Scottish energy sector.
Dutch geo-data firm Fugro has said its “recovery” was being driven by its marine business after reporting improved first-half results.
Growth in the oil and gas and renewables sectors saw Fugro report a boost to revenues for the first quarter of the year.
Bosses at Fugro said 2018 was a 'turning point' for the Dutch geo-data firm.
Energy service company Fugro has announced the appointment of a new chief executive and chairman.
An upturn in renewable energy and oil sector work helped Dutch firm Fugro narrow its losses in the first half of 2018.
Dutch energy services firm Fugro has won two new ROV contracts with Petrobras in Brazil.
Scottish offshore survey experts have helped to create a complete digital map of the world’s ocean floor.
Fugro has won a contract with Statoil for rig positioning services.
Global Marine Group (GMG), of Essex, has launched a new offshore division in Aberdeen in a further sign of growing confidence in the oil and gas industry.
Fugro's earnings were battered by hurricane season, falling 19.5% as the firm was forced to make further headcount reductions.
Fugro today revealed former Statoil chairman Øystein Løseth as the preferred nominee to take over the firm's top job.
Fugro today confirmed it had sold its trenching and cable laying business to Global Marine Holding.
Fugro has pulled the plug on its subsea divestment to Shelf Subsea.