Port facilities outside of “Humber and Tees” appear to be facing an uphill battle to attract the attention, and funds, of the UK Government.
Subsea Technology and Rentals (STR) has unveiled a new centre of excellence after a £1 million investment.
A Valaris rig has had to be deep cleaned after an outbreak of Covid-19 on board.
Bilfinger Salamis has appointed a former Petrofac manager as the new figurehead for its Southern North Sea business.
Offshore services firm Bilfinger Salamis has made two appointments to oversee plans to double the size of its UK inspection business.
A topside module from Shell’s Leman field in the southern North Sea was delivered Great Yarmouth for dismantling today.
Foreign nationals left stranded on an offshore supply vessel in Great Yarmouth are now on their way home - complete with all the wages they were owed.
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.
Indian nationals left stranded on an offshore supply vessel in Aberdeen will find out today if they will finally receive cash after they were left unpaid for months of labour.
3sun Group has recruited a new group of young people for its pre-apprenticeship scheme.
Two business partners with decades of oil & gas industry experience have returned to their home town for a joint venture they hope will create jobs in their home town hit by the oil price slump.
A special taskforce set up to tackle the fallout from the North Sea oil and gas crisis is to look at how it can help following news that up to 100 are at risk at Amec Foster Wheeler in Great Yarmouth.
Waste management specialist Augean, has acquired a new site to support its North Sea Services business (ANSS).
Energy supply chain companies in eastern England are escaping the worst effects of the North Sea industry downturn by keeping prices low and developing new solutions to drive down costs further, according to an industry leader.
Energy logistics provider Peterson has teamed up with Veolia to develop a £1million decommissioning facility in Great Yarmouth. Peterson was awarded £70,000 from New Anglia LEP’s flagship Growing Business Fund, to help establish the new facility.