ALMOST 40 people at an Aberdeen oil and gas technology company have been laid off after the firm went into administration.
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North-east oilfield service company Romar International said yesterday it had signed a two-year deal to sell its products in the Far East.
Aberdeen-based oilfield service company Reservoir Group said yesterday it had made another acquisition.
Shares in Weatherford International plunged nearly 14% yesterday as it struggled to put major accounting errors behind it.
Aberdeen oilfield service company Hydrasun said yesterday it had completed a multimillion-pound acquisition in Brazil.
ABERDEENSHIRE oilfield service company Romar International is looking to add to its workforce after securing a substantial contract from Shell UK.
ABOUT 300 specialists from countries worldwide are in Aberdeen for Europe's premier annual well-intervention conference and exhibition.
TAM International North Sea said yesterday it was investing about £1.8million in expanding its Aberdeen operation.
INTERNATIONAL oilfield service company Expro said yesterday it had landed a four-year extension to a major contract with Statoil in Norway.
INTERNATIONAL oilfield service company Expro has named Chris Mawtus as its new chief operating officer.
ABERDEEN oilfield service company Coretrax Technology yesterday hailed a successful first year in business and said it was now looking to expand sales into the Middle East and Asia-Pacific markets.
SCHLUMBERGER, the world's largest oilfield service company, said yesterday that oil operators were likely to start increasing their spending on new projects.
INTERNATIONAL oilfield service company Expro has landed a deal in Angola understood to be worth more than £50million.
ABERDEEN-BASED oilfield service company Dominion Gas is opening a new gas plant in Ghana, west Africa, and an office in Perth, Australia.
ABERDEEN oilfield service company Dominion Gas said yesterday that it had just completed a further £4million investment in the business to help growth.
INTERNATIONAL oilfield service company Expro opened a new Aberdeen training site yesterday, which will be used by its own staff plus those of customers.