Global engineering and consulting firm Wood has announced it has closed a deal to sell off its nuclear business to Dallas-headquartered company Jacobs.
UK competition authorities have approved Wood’s £250m sale of its nuclear business.
Improved market conditions and a major acquisition have boosted Australian energy service firm Worley’s half-year results.
Business leaders and environmentalists have created a 12 point plan of steps it says the Scottish Government should take to tackle climate change.
Bosses at Worley said today that increased procurement income from its UK North Sea business helped lift revenues at the Australia-headquartered energy services firm.
Wood chief executive Robin Watson insisted yesterday the Aberdeen-based energy service giant was getting its debt under control.
Energy service giant Wood will sell its nuclear business to US company Jacobs for £250 million.
Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund has acquired a 40% stake in a joint venture between state energy producer Aramco and Jacobs Engineering Group Inc., according to three people familiar with the matter.
Jacobs Engineering Group has won a contract with Ineos to design and build a large linear alpha olefin (LAO) unit at a petrochemical unit in Texas.