Aberdeenshire-headquartered subsea service firm Ashtead Technology has invested £1.5 million in a new base in Houston as part of its international expansion drive.
Houston operations are making an ever greater contribution to the fortunes of an Aberdeen-headquartered accountancy firm.
A Texas businessman who hails from the north-east of Scotland has celebrated the expansion of his business incubator venture in Houston.
It is a widely held view that the implementation of innovative new technologies will be critical to the future sustainability of mature offshore basins such as the North Sea and the US Gulf of Mexico as they compete for investment alongside other more cost competitive regions and energy sources.
It is said that change is the only constant and, while the pace of new developments and behaviours in the oil and gas industry is sometimes bemoaned, the sector continues to take important steps towards the upturn.
It was nicknamed Space City and has developed a reputation the globe round for being the home of Nasa.
Oilfield services firm Craig International has won a North Sea contract worth around £20million with BP.
An entrepreneur who left Aberdeen for Texas almost 25 years ago has a burning ambition to put down roots for his company in the Granite City.
The agenda for this year’s Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Houston can be compared to the strategies of most oil and gas majors.
The US Gulf of Mexico is in the midst of a “big year” of mergers and acquisitions, a top analyst has said.
With just five weeks to go until the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) kicks off, plans are well under way to make Energy Voice’s next breakfast briefing in Houston its best ever.
The closure of a portion of the Houston Ship Channel in the aftermath of the days-long Deer Park chemical fire could cost the petroleum and petrochemical sectors an estimated $1 billion in direct and indirect costs and lost revenues, experts said.
The cause of the dayslong chemical fire at a Deer Park plant remains under investigation as emergency crews douse what's left of the now-extinguished blaze and prepare for clean-up, company officials said Wednesday.
An Aberdeen travel firm has reported strong interest from north-east busiensses interested in going to the Offshore Technology Conference (OCT) in the US.
Aberdeen’s Lord Provost is travelling to Houston this week to speak at a leading energy conference.
Two of the world’s energy industry engine rooms will come together for a special event in Aberdeen next month.
The state of the Houston energy sector might be summed up in one word: Meh.
Houston has held the title Energy Capital of the World for at least a century, but many local business leaders worry the globally recognized title could soon be under siege.
Brazilian state oil company Petrobras will terminate more than 50 Houston jobs next year after selling much of its Gulf of Mexico assets into a new joint venture.
A north-east oil and gas technology firm has opened two new offices in a bid to support demand for its pioneering, torpedo-esque data logging tool.
The global economic landscape is constantly changing.
The Greater Houston Partnership has declared the end of the oil bust.
The former head of a Houston-based oil producer agreed to be fined and banned from holding executive positions to settle a regulator’s claims that he financed a lavish lifestyle with unreported loans from company vendors and a hedge fund manager who was seeking a board seat.
An event is being held in Houston next month to mark the 30th anniversary of the Piper Alpha disaster.
Energy companies in Houston and elsewhere have ramped up hiring as oil prices hover at their highest levels since 2014, according to LinkedIn's monthly workforce report.