Energy services firm NRG Well Management, of Aberdeen, said it was making a “step change in approach” to its offshore business as it unveiled a new director.
Lessons learned in the oil and gas industry will be shared with academics in a bid to develop new efficiency solutions for the construction and infrastructure sectors.
Environmental service specialist TWMA has been awarded new contracts with a combined value of £500,000 for skip and ship and onshore processing services.
Lloyd's Register's new energy headquarters in Aberdeen demonstrates its commitment to the UK sector, the company said today.
An Aberdeen-based energy service firm said yesterday it is targeting opportunities in regions “less affected” by the low oil price after revealing 17 north-east job losses. LR Senergy said it was forced to cut costs after many of the projects it expected to win were postponed of abandoned amid the energy sector downturn. The firm laid off 37 members of its global workforce in the first quarter of the year, 17 of whom were based in the north-east, while 10 to 15 employees were transferred to operations outside the UK.
Aberdeen-based energy service firm LR Senergy said yesterday it has secured US and UK patents for a well modelling process it developed.
LR Senergy and EnergyOne AS have joined forces in a strategic alliance aimed at supporting business development in the energy sector in Norway and internationally. By joining together and working in collaboration, the two organisations hope to offer significant subsurface resources through the local presence EnergyOne provides, as well as the global competencies of LR Senergy.