Scottish tehnology firm Petrotechnics is under US ownership following its sale by shareholders including chief executive Phil Murray and the Business Growth Fund (BGF).
Aberdeen-based Petrotechnics has made a trio of appointments to oversee growth in the US and Middle East.
Aberdeen-based Petrotechnics has forecast a surge in the North Sea for use of predictive technology.
Aberdeen-based firm Petrotechnics has announced the release of its 2018 operational excellence index (OEI).
Oil and gas industry bosses have reported a negative impact on offshore safety from lower oil prices despite firms’ good intentions.
Industry experts from Petrotechnics, McKinsey Energy Insights, Airswift and Reliance got together for a roundtable discussion to provide insight on the theme of digitalisation.
Today’s digital innovation is reshaping industries, disrupting business models and operating practices, and transforming business ecosystems.
An industry survey of oil, gas and petrochemical professionals has found that while the industry has embraced the digital transformation, fear of change could halt its wider adoption.
Petrotechnics expects to prosper from a hefty investment in research and development (R&D) as well as more people finally waking up to the digital revolution.
A worldwide survey involving senior leaders from oil and gas industry finds only 6% believe their companies are ‘fully up to date with their scheduled-critical maintenance’.
Software platform launched at Gulf of Mexico site to help improve operation and risk management.
London Stock Exchange (LSE)’s new 1,000 Companies to Inspire Britain report celebrates the achievements of 25 Scottish firms and more than half of them are in the north and north-east.
North-east oil and gas service companies have made it onto a UK leaderboard of the fastest growing small- to medium-sized companies.
Oil and gas technology firm Petrotechnics, of Aberdeen, said yesterday its efforts to diversify were driving growth.
A poll by Aberdeen oil and gas technology firm Petrotechnics shows more than 90% of energy professionals see operational excellence as a key priority for their companies.
Software provider Petrotechnics has secured a contract with a North American LNG operator to supply its Proscient platform at the operator's Gulf of Mexico facilities.
Petrotechnics has appointed two new members to its Middle East business development team. Suhas Jadhal has been appointed as Petrotechnics’ new Middle East business consultant. Mr Jadhal has an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering and MBA in Construction Management and Research, and brings with him extensive experience in implementing enterprise solutions such as SAP and Primavera to major refineries in the Middle East and North Africa. He will provide hands-on customer support from Petrotechnics Abu Dhabi office, working closely with clients to achieve operational excellence through the deployment of Proscient.