Aberdeen-based Operational Excellence (Opex) said yesterday it had won £10million of work in three months.
Wood Group enjoyed a jump in profits in 2012, thanks to increased spending from oil and gas operators worldwide.
Crisis-management specialist Altor Risk Group said yesterday it expected annual turnover at its new Aberdeen incident-management centre (IMC) to increase to £4million within 18 months.
Aberdeenshire energy service firm Red Spider Technology said yesterday it had completed its first contract in west Africa using a new product.
Westhill-based energy service firm Red Spider Technology said yesterday it had won contracts worth over £190,000 from oil and gas operators in the Gulf of Mexico.
Pupils from Bucksburn Academy triumphed in the north-east heat of an online competition which sees pupils around the world take on the role of oil barons.
UK Energy Minister Charles Hendry has urged Scottish energy businesses to invest in training to attract even more investment in oil and gas and renewables.
A jobs bonanza is in the pipeline thanks to plans by one of the North Sea's biggest players to invest £18billion in two major projects.
Aberdeen-based Operational Excellence (OPEX) Group has appointed Gerry Ward as vice-president to drive its growth plans.
European Union plans to take regulatory control of the North Sea industry would be more damaging to oil and gas operators than a spill, according to analysts.
Intertek said yesterday it had won more than £5million of contracts at home and abroad for oil and gas technical inspection, training and staffing through its Moody operation based in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen firm Sand Monitoring Services (SMS) said yesterday it wanted to increase annual turnover to £5million within three years.
Scottish law firm Brodies said yesterday it had appointed Sonia Love as an oil and gas partner at its Aberdeen office.
Aberdeen businessman Mark Cavanagh has acquired Inverurie-based asset-management efficiency specialist Arnlea Systems.
ITF, the industry technology facilitator for the global oil and gas business, said yesterday it was increasing its international footprint.
TALISMAN Energy reported increased profits but revised down its annual production estimate yesterday as it revealed the UK North Sea tax rise would cost it £25million.
NORWEGIAN brand Kvaerner has made its comeback on the Oslo stock exchange, nearly 10 years after becoming part of Aker Solutions.
OIL and gas operators Tullow Oil and Heritage Oil have reported a "significant" new oil discovery at an exploration well in Uganda, which they said was potentially the largest in the Butiaba area to date.