Engineering service firm Amec yesterday highlighted a west-of-Shetland contract as key to meeting its order book targets.
Fast-growing subsea construction firm Ocean Installer hopes a deal with a major US group will strengthen its position in the North Sea.
ABERDEEN oil and gas service firm XPD8 Solutions hopes to recruit 20 people in a year to meet demand.
NORWEGIAN brand Kvaerner has made its comeback on the Oslo stock exchange, nearly 10 years after becoming part of Aker Solutions.
Farstad is investing a further £105million in new offshore support vessels, thanks to an order for two units placed with the Norwegian yard STX.
Aberdeen company Subocean is preparing to set up a satellite office in Germany in a bid to capture lucrative contracts with offshore wind developers on that side of the North Sea.
OIL and gas seismic survey specialist Petroleum Geo-Services (PGS) said yesterday the 2010 North Sea season was firming up.
AMEC, said yesterday it expected its pre-tax profits for 2008 would beat market expectations.