Yokogawa has announced the opening of new North Sea headquarters at Westhill, near Aberdeen, to support its growing offshore oil and gas business.
Energy leaders from around the world will meet in Aberdeen next month to discuss the future of the industry in the UK.
Offshore oil and gas decommissioning forum Decom North Sea is hosting the latest in a series of events giving supply-chain companies the opportunity to present their capabilities to potential clients as well as their peers.
North-east company Ashtead Technology said yesterday it was focusing more on offshore work after the sale of its North American instrumentation business to a US firm.
A North Sea union warned last night that the safety of offshore workers could be put at risk by a health and safety restructure - just months before the 25th anniversary of the Piper Alpha disaster.
A small Scottish firm wants to take centre stage in the offshore oil and gas inspection world with new aerial technology.
Engineering company Lamprell has been hit with a £2.4million fine for failings that kept investors in the dark about its deteriorating finances.
Decom North Sea (DNS) has urged Chancellor George Osborne to bring "much-needed certainty" to the growing offshore decommissioning industry in the Budget next week.
A conference focused on the challenges of major oil and gas decommissioning projects will be held in Aberdeen this month.
Wood Group Mustang said yesterday it had landed a Norwegian contract understood to be worth more than £30million.
Subsea UK's 2013 conference in Aberdeen is the main event on the North Sea calendar this month and is predicted to attract thousands of delegates, including a fair-sized contingent from across the North Sea and elsewhere.
Lebanon is planning to hold its first round of offshore oil and natural gas licensing this month, with a list of qualified explorers released March 31. The government plans to begin accepting bids on May 2.
More than 90 exploration and appraisal (A&E) wells reported to be ready for drilling in UK waters.
Decom North Sea, the offshore oil and gas decommissioning forum, is hosting a lunch in the Palm Court Hotel, in Aberdeen on Wednesday to give supply-chain firms the opportunity to present and share their offshore decommissioning capabilities.
An occupational health arm of services giant Capita has said it is expecting growth of the use of a remote healthcare system for the offshore oil and gas industry.
Iceland's premier, Olafur Grimsson, has indicated that the Reykjavik government will set up a wealth fund, anticipating a possible offshore oil and gas boom, now that the doorway to exploration is open.
The UK government has published a report on improvements made to the safety regime in the North Sea offshore sector since the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
If asked to name the happiest place to live in the UK, few respondents would immediately pick the Shetland Islands, but they came top in a recent national survey conducted by the UK Government. Those with limited knowledge of Shetland may question how that could be the case, but the reality is that Shetland offers a fantastic work-life balance, particularly for those involved in the engineering or oil and gas industry.
A £9.6billion deal giving a Chinese national offshore oil firm access to the North Sea was given the thumbs up by the shareholders of oil firm Nexen yesterday.
TWMA, the global leader in integrated drilling waste management, have appointed Andy Porter HR director for the company.
Acteon Group paid £11.8million for its 80% stake in Aberdeen firm NCS Survey in May last year, it emerged yesterday.
It looks as if this year, upstream oil and gas capital spending will pass the $1trillion mark for the first time ever.
The board of the Scottish Council for Development and Industry (SCDI) met in Aberdeen yesterday to discuss how to prioritise investment for the city's energy industry.
Offshore catering and service firm Entier said yesterday it expected to double its workforce in the next five years after securing £5million of funding.
State-controlled Chinese oil firm CNOOC today announced a £9.6billion bid for Canadian operator Nexen in a deal which would see it gain control of one of the UK North Sea's largest oil fields.