A successful test in the North Sea aboard a drilling platform named after a fairy tale princess promises to reduce the number of people needed on offshore rigs and shift those jobs to control centers onshore.
The energy sector gender pay gap (GPG) remained relatively high last year thanks in part to the traditionally male-dominated oil and gas sector – but the changing nature of employment could offer the chance to change that.
A fledgling oilfield equipment company has secured funding to help it develop blowout prevention technology which could save operators millions of pounds per well -- and prevent loss of life.
Second quarter results from Aberdeen-based drilling giant KCA Deutag yesterday showed a big jump in both profits and revenue.
Oil and gas industry contractor KCA Deutag (KCAD) has clinched a trio of new contracts worth about £135 million for land drilling work in Russia.
North and north-east businesses have ranked among the top 100 private companies in the UK.
Aberdeen-headquartered oilfield services firm KCA Deutag has appointed a new chief executive as incumbent Norrie McKay prepares for retirement.
Transition Extreme in Aberdeen said yesterday it was Louise Andrew’s “commitment to sport for change” that made her the standout candidate for the role of chairperson.
Aberdeen-based drilling contractor KCA Deutag has reported a dip in earnings amid heavy competition in the land drilling and offshore markets.
Think of an entrepreneur and it is likely a squillionaire comes to mind. The most recent Rich List highlights a number of those who have made their fortunes as entrepreneurs in the north of Scotland.
Drilling and engineering contractor KCA Deutag has been handed an extension to its contract with CNOOC Petroleum Europe in the UK North Sea.
Turan Drilling & Engineering, a joint venture from Aberdeen-based KCA Deutag, has won a £382.5million contract with BP.
Aberdeen-based KCA Deutag saw its losses widen by 68% in its full year accounts yesterday, despite a “robust” performance from its North Sea business.
A north-east drilling and engineering company has continued its hot streak of contract wins for global onshore jobs.
An energy industry stalwart was recognised for his technical nous and role in inspiring young people to get into engineering careers at a glittering awards ceremony in Aberdeen last night.
KCA Deutag (KCAD) has won a multi-million pound drilling contract for three EnQuest platforms in the UK North Sea.
Aberdeen-based KCA Deutag (KCAD) has announced a series of onshore contract wins worth £85.1million.
A total of 19 business units are nearing completion at Dandara’s City South office park in Aberdeen.
KCA Deutag posted another set of losses in for the nine months to the end of September amid a “slow recovery” and pricing levels being under pressure.
Three north and north-east firms have been singled out for special praise in an annual review of the UK’s legal market.
North Sea activity won’t pick up until operators start to look at replenishing their reserves, according to KCA Deutag’s chief executive.
Aberdeen-headquartered KCA Deutag has narrowed its pre-tax losses by £14.5million, but said the recovery in the oil market still lacks momentum.
Aberdeen-headquartered KCA Deutag has entered into a partnership with India’s Kavin Engineering to jointly pursue engineering projects for oil and gas market.
Aberdeen-headquartered KCA Deutag has entered into a joint venture (JV) with Azerbaijan’s SOCAR AQS for drilling opportunities in the Caspian region.
Drilling and Engineering contractor KCA Deutag (KCAD) said today that a new North Sea contract would keep 70 of its employees busy.