First Marine Solutions (FMS) has appointed a new director to strengthen its position in the North Sea and global oil and gas markets.
Aberdeen millionaire Ian Suttie’s First Tech was the red in 2018-19, but efforts to bolster the firm’s balance sheet and an influx of contracts have set the group up for a “bright future”.
A group of energy service firms owned by north-east tycoon Ian Suttie has brought a sense of “excitement” into 2020 after clinching deals worth around £20 million in the last six months.
Controversial north-east entrepreneur Ian Suttie has said a poor trading performance masked “significant change” at one of his businesses, just months after saying its accounts were a mess.
Oil tycoon Ian Suttie has been told his employment practices are “appalling” after his former right-hand man claimed he was sacked for asking for paternity leave.
The former right-hand man of a global energy firm boss has claimed he was sacked after he asked for paternity leave.
First Integrated Solutions (FIS) boss Steven Mearns has left the Aberdeen-based energy services company under a cloud.
North Sea independent Decipher Energy has struck a deal to buy a 25% stake in the Orlando oil field north-east of Shetland.
Holding companies controlled by multimillionaire Aberdeen businessman Ian Suttie had mixed fortunes during the year to April 30, 2016.
Scores of oil and gas firms have gone to the wall since crude prices collapsed in the second half of 2014. This gallery looks at 10 companies who did not make it to the end of 2016.
Zennor Petroleum is on the hunt for more UK North Sea bargains after snapping up assets that were owned by north-east businessman Ian Suttie and his First Oil group.
Administrators have begun the task of securing what they can following the demise of Aberdeen oil company First Oil.
Two business controlled by multimillionaire Aberdeen businessman Ian Suttie have reported plummeting profits amid the global oil and gas downturn.
Ian Suttie has reportedly placed his flagship First Oil up for sale as declining oil prices batter the sector’s financial books.