Energy services firm Ponticelli UK has unveiled its new strategy and sales director.
A North Sea energy services consortium has announced the relocation of its Aberdeenshire headquarters.
Engineering contractor Semco Maritime says it is looking to fill more than 200 positions, following ‘significant growth’ in offshore project work in the North Sea.
Large-scale North Sea strikes have been suspended while workers vote on an updated deal.
North Sea strikes involving hundreds of workers will kick off from today
An eleventh hour bid to avert huge North Sea strikes has failed after workers rejected an updated offer.
Hundreds of North Sea workers could soon down tools after trade union Unite was given a mandate to take strike action.
‘Serious concern’ as PBS redundancy proposals clash with delayed maintenance on TotalEnergies assets
Redundancy proposals by the PBS contractor consortium on TotalEnergies’ North Sea assets have sparked “serious concern” amid a growing backlog of delayed maintenance work.
Unite is balloting nearly 300 workers at Ponticelli and Semco Maritime on North Sea industrial action.
Oilfield service company OEM Group (OEM) has bagged a contract worth more than a million pounds with Aberdeen-based consortium PBS.
Ponticelli UK looks poised to compete for more deals after a “satisfactory” maiden reporting period in which the company and its partners started work on a major UK North Sea contract with Total.
Glacier Energy has won a contract worth about £1 million to supply export gas coolers for Total Exploration and Production UK (TEPUK)’s North Alwyn platform in the North Sea.
More than 650 workers have completed a transfer to a brand new consortium in Aberdeenshire for the start of a five-year contract with Total.
New research by global property giant CBRE has revealed a healthy start to 2020 for the office market in and around Aberdeen.
Wood chief executive Robin Watson was in bullish mood about future prospects for the global engineering and consultancy company after a sharp increase in profits.
A North Sea deal between one of the basin’s biggest producers and a little-known consortium has set “alarm bells ringing” in the UK offshore oil and gas sector, a trade union boss has said.