Emerging opportunities in the Australian decommissioning and LNG markets and new project supply chain opportunities will be the focuses of a business event when it returns to Aberdeen for the fourth time in December.
It is said that change is the only constant and, while the pace of new developments and behaviours in the oil and gas industry is sometimes bemoaned, the sector continues to take important steps towards the upturn.
Energy logistics firm Petrasco has signed a six-figure deal with Aberdeenshire-based Flowline Specialists for work in the Middle East.
This year holds special significance for the team at Petrasco as it marks our 45th year in business since first opening our doors in the Granite City in 1974.
Despite signs of an upturn in the North Sea, global oil and gas producing areas continue to be an attractive option for companies looking to establish new operations.
The United Arab Emirates is a great place to live and work, but you can’t get a decent rowie “for love nor money”, a businessman said at an event in Aberdeen yesterday.
The North Sea is often viewed as the benchmark for global standards, especially in terms of quality and health and safety.
With an increasing number of Scottish firms – perhaps more than ever before – looking to internationalise their business, this year’s Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) promises to be a unique opportunity to network, share knowledge and collaborate with other like-minded people from across the globe.