Flexlife has been awarded a contract by Apache Corporation for work on the Aviat gas development and other operations in the Central North Sea. The subsea project management and engineering support contract also includes work on the Ness/Nevis tie in and general subsea operations support.
The politics of the oil and gas industry were covered in two days of debate at Aberdeen university, as part of the city's May Festival.
More than 100 women gathered in London yesterday to share their experiences of rising to the top in the oil and gas industry.
US oil and gas bosses are losing their appetite for risk and are worried about rising operating costs as they grapple with the consequences of a tougher, post-Macondo regulatory regime, according to new research.
The Herold report appeared during the dark days of the late 1990s when, of course, the jobs axe was being swung with some vigour on both sides of the North Atlantic.
Oil giant BP has said it is supporting a new programme for Aberdeen and Robert Gordon Universities worth around £250,000 in sponsorship over the next three years.
Mechanical engineering group EnerMech has spent more than £13million to increase its presence in the US and Mexico.
Process Safety Solutions (PSS) has taken steps to improve recovery times following a shutdown with the addition of Process Alarm Live Logging and Analysis Software (PALLAS) to its Process Safety Management Suite (PSMS).
Among the companies visited by the UK delegation during the Israel pathfinder organised by the British Embassy was Israel Shipyards of Haifa.
With more than 4,500 members in the UK, the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), does much more than just look after its members' interests.
The Scottish and UK economies have gone through a very difficult period since the financial crisis first hit in 2008. We have had nearly five years of little or no economic growth.
The oil and gas industry's national awareness campaign was launched yesterday, with a warning to leaders that the sector could no longer run the risk of "staying in the shadows".
A pharmaceutical expert has urged the UK oil and gas industry to learn from his industry and work to improve its reputation.
Alaskan governor Sean Parnell visited firms in Aberdeen yesterday to learn how they were affected by changes to the North Sea tax regime.
The organisation set up to improve health and safety conditions in the UK oil and gas industry, Step Change in Safety, has received European recognition for its work.
New UK Energy Minister Michael Fallon said yesterday the government was determined to break away from the revolving-door policy that has given the north-east 14 energy ministers in 16 years.
Business leaders will speak about the importance of perception and reputation at an Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) breakfast briefing on Tuesday.
Energy Minister Fergus Ewing has restated the Scottish Government's approach to the oil and gas industry if Scotland became independent.
Oil and gas logistics specialist RTH Lubbers has announced new haulage routes in Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
Hundreds of people will attend a north-east recruitment event focusing on opportunities in oil and gas.
Oil and gas firms facing chronic skill shortages have been given a boost by UK Government plans to relax strict immigration rules.
Britain has an energy crisis; make no mistake.
David Cameron’s promise to deliver stability to the oil and gas industry was in tatters last night after he appointed a 14th energy minister in 16 years.
Bristow Helicopters said it was the second helicopter operator to become a full member of Step Change in Safety.
Up to 20,000 workers in the North Sea oil and gas industry are paid using a tax loophole which is now being shut down, it has been claimed.