Now more than ever, it is important we work to attract the next generation into the industry.
Losses narrowed at Plexus Holdings in 2018-19 as the oil-well-technology firm’s “rebuild and reset” plan showed promising signs.
An offshore union has accused Oceaneering of using “aggressive” tactics to force Aberdeen workers to accept less favourable contracts.
An Aberdeen software developer is toasting business growth of 30% after completing a major project for Oceaneering.
Oceaneering has announced plans to consolidate its seven Aberdeen offices into a new location.
Many of the electronic tablets equipped with software for offshore inspection work in the last few years were ineffective, according to a boss at energy service firm Oceaneering.
Following the drastic slowdown in the rate of new-build ship deliveries to the offshore oil and gas industry worldwide, it is good to be able to report on the latest addition to Oceaneering’s fleet.
Having entrepreneurial spirit is one thing, but protecting your brilliant idea for a new product or service is equally important for innovative self-starters.
A shortlist of Exceptional HR advisors and managers tipped to take home one of the industry’s most prestigious gongs has been revealed.
A Houston-headquartered offshore engineering firm has announced it will launch an engineering consultancy arm to "compliment its existing business".
An Aberdeen team has solved an “age-old” industry challenge for North Sea platforms.
The cream of the crop among human resources (HR) professionals in the region are revealed today in the final shortlist for the cHeRries Awards 2019.
Oceaneering International has won a contract for work on the Tyra redevelopment project in the Danish North Sea.
US-based engineering services firm Oceaneering has secured a three-year inspection deal with Petrofac.
Subsea equipment firm Ashtead Technology has signed a global lease pact with a subsidiary of Oceaneering.
Unite has accused American engineering giant Oceaneering of adopting ‘Trump style’ union busting tactics at its Fife base.
Oceaneering will use its new Ocean Evolution vessel to carry out flowline installation work in the US Gulf of Mexico for Shell.
Subsea specialist Oceaneering (NYSE:OII) has announced that the firm's current president will be appointed chief executive.
A Norwegian trade union has said it would step up strike action among oil service workers, a news report said.
A trade union said yesterday that it had organised a two-day strike next week over a dispute about redundancy pay for workers at a subsea engineering firm in Fife.
A new generation of underwater robots are helping BP learn more about the subsea environment.
Oceaneering is set to make 150 job losses from its operations in Norway.
Oceaneering International has made a new appointment to its senior team. The company has named Steve Barrett as senior vice president with global responsibility for its Subsea Products segment. Rod Larson, president and chief operating officer, said: “Steve's leadership and successful track record in subsea products will add depth and capabilities to our management team.