Energy service giant Petrofac said yesterday the UK North Sea would remain at the heart of its offshore business as it reported a 17% rise in net profits to £418million in 2012.
North-east energy service firm SeaEnergy said yesterday a recent acquisition was performing strongly and was close to signing new deals in the North Sea and internationally.
Amec has forged a joint venture with Samsung whereby the UK company will perform the design engineering for fixed and floating offshore platforms, floating production, storage, and offloading vessels (FPSOs), and subsea pipelines for the Korean group's future offshore oil and gas projects.
International energy service giant Petrofac said yesterday one of its north-east based subsidiaries was moving into new premises to accommodate its growing workforce.
Aberdeen-based energy service group ICR Integrity said yesterday it had made its second acquisition in less than a year.
Energy service giant Petrofac said yesterday it had taken on another office in Aberdeen to accommodate its expanding workforce.
International engineering and project-management company Amec said yesterday it planned to add about 100 people to its Aberdeen-based workforce in the next few months.
A STRONG operational performance and a rig utilisation rate of 8% helped Norwegian company Prosafe to an operating profit of $218.6million for the year 2009.