Global Energy Group has finished building and loading out more than 1,000tonnes worth of equipment for the North Sea Culzean field at its Invergordon base.
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Hopes are rising that hundreds of jobs could be created at Nigg Energy Park as its owner prepares to reveal major plans for the site.
Energy services group, Global Energy, has today announced the successful removal of three thrusters from the Buchan Alpha rig, currently under decommission.
Offshore construction of the Beatrice wind farm has started, with developer SSE reporting the successful installation of the first foundation piles.
The operator of the Highlands’ largest port has said it expects a drop in revenue following the introduction of a new pricing structure for visiting vessels.
Energy Voice began its decommissioning series in October by raising the prospect of a “turf war” in the North Sea over the next 30 years.
Two Highland ports are set for job boosts if planning permission is granted for a floating wind energy demonstrator project off Dounreay.
Falling oil prices have again hit energy sector services company Global Energy Group's profits and turnover.
Development agency Highlands and Islands Enterprise is being sued for £25million amid allegations it breached state aid regulations.
A major employer in the Highlands has confirmed it is planning for redundancies amid “extremely difficult times” caused by the oil and gas downturn.
Global Energy Group's landing of a multi-million wind turbine contract for the Beatrice offshore windfarm (Bowl) secures the future for the Nigg port and energy park.
A multi-million contract to deliver the Beatrice offshore windfarm has been awarded to Global Energy Group's Nigg fabrication yard on the Cromarty Firth.
Key equipment for the world’s first floating windfarm will be made in Aberdeen and at Nigg Energy Park in the Highlands, it was announced yesterday.
Oil and Gas Authority chief executive Andy Samuel visited the north of Scotland to attend the first ever Oil and Gas UK Fabricators Forum to be held in the Highlands.
Global Energy Group has continued its diversification strategy with the acquisition of a metals specialist in the nuclear industry. The Inverness and Aberdeen-based energy service firm snapped up Langfields, a nickel alloy and titanium fabrication business that also serves the pharmaceutical, chemical, offshore, marine and defence industries. The Salford-based firm, wholly owned by Robert Dean, 60, has a pedigree dating back to 1908 when it was involved in the production of mild steel, copper and brass components. Iain MacGregor, Global’s chief executive, said the deal “brings us into more non-oil and gas work, specifically nuclear”. He added: “I think it's important for companies in the oilfield services sector to diversify their risks in the current climate. This is why both of our last two acquisitions have been non oil and gas.”
Global Energy Group is preparing to unveil over 2,000 feet of fresh quay at its base in Nigg Bay as ports all along the east coast get ready for a step-change in the offshore wind sector. Steve Thompson, business development director at Global, will tell Scotland’s largest offshore wind conference in Aberdeen on Tuesday [27 JANUARY] that the extra quayside space will provide services for the renewables industry. Global bought the former oil rig yard at Nigg Bay on the Cromarty Firth in 2011 and has signed a memorandum of understanding with Moray Offshore Renewables, which plans to erect wind turbines in the firth.
The vice-chairman of financial service firm JPMorgan's global energy group will become a non-executive director of Wood Group on August 1. Jeremy Wilson will also join the board's nomination committee.