Hundreds of people will attend a north-east recruitment event focusing on opportunities in oil and gas.
Aberdeenshire oil service firm Saltire Energy has promoted Craig Mitchell to the role of business development director.
Aberdeen-headquartered but international energy consultancy Xodus Group has appointed Alistair Porter as operations director for London to drive forward business across the company's technical and commercial activities. He has been with the firm since its launch seven years ago.
Aberdeen-based rig-cooling technology business Optima is to open a new base near Stavanger after making a multimillion-pound investment in new equipment to be used in the Barents Sea.
Wood Group, of Aberdeen, said yesterday one of its units had landed a £4.8million deal from Apache North Sea.
OFFSHORE container and module manufacturer OEG Offshore said yesterday it had appointed David Hunter as operations director at its A60 module manufacturing division.
ABERDEEN-BASED integrated service company SKN Electrical Services said yesterday it had enjoyed a successful second year of business, increasing turnover by more than 50%.
Oil & Gas UK and Subsea UK are expecting up to 100 delegates at their forthcoming seminar focused on securing a safe and sustainable future for the subsea industry.
ABERDEEN firm Swire Oilfield Services, which supplies specialist offshore containers, has reshuffled its boardroom team in a move it says will help to propel it to further growth.
ITF, the oil and gas industry technology facilitator, hosted a theme day in Aberdeen yesterday which attracted more than 100 delegates.
COSALT Offshore, which supplies safety equipment and services to the oil and gas and marine industries, has concluded an agreement to distribute specialist wire ropes which its chairman Calum Melville believes could be worth £35-£50million over 3 1/2 years.
MORE than 150 delegates have the opportunity to improve their grasp of the business opportunities presented by the decommissioning of the oil and gas infrastructure at an Oil & Gas UK conference on May 26-27 in Newcastle
An Aberdeen-based engineering consultancy is being bought by international engineering and project-management company AMEC for up to £19million.
North-east firm PSL Energy Services is believed to be planning to axe at least 50 posts, it emerged yesterday.