The UK’s bus and lorry fleets, plus many homes, could be running on low carbon hydrogen within two decades thanks to green technologies now being pioneered in three UK regions renowned until now for their carbon-intensive industries.
Proserv Controls has bagged a contract for work on what will be the world’s largest offshore wind farm.
“I really believe we’re just in a 1-2 year window of this going from oil and gas to all energy”, David Currie, group CEO of Proserv, said, “the question for me is: Can Aberdeen come with it?”
Fifteen digital technology companies have begun a 12 month programme working with major players from across the energy industry to drive culture change in one of the UK’s largest industrial sectors.
Energy services firm Proserv has scooped up Dron & Dickson’s Middle East based trade and assets.
Central belt firm KRG Specialist Engineering Services has revealed plans to ramp up its oil and gas business, and diversify into renewables.
North-east energy services firm Proserv Controls said yesterday it had opened new facilities in Cumbernauld and Abu Dhabi after a “seven figure” investment.
Proserv has “restructured the business for growth” with the launch of two separate divisions after agreeing a deal to wipe out its debt last year.
The recovery of the north-east’s oil and gas industry has not been “spectacular” despite a flurry of M&A activity in the first six months of the year, an industry expert has said.
There is a new boss at the helm of Scottish subsea robotics company Rovop today following a sudden change at the top.
Marine technology firm Nautronix has changed hands for the second time in less than four years.
Subsea firm Acteon has taken on 177 workers from Proserv amid an acquisition of its field technology services (FTS) business.
A fledgling firm in Aberdeenshire hopes to capitalise on a “flourishing” future trade in decommissioned oilfield equipment.
The industrial market in and around Aberdeen continues to show healthy signs of recovery, with the highest number of deals in a decade taking place during 2018, CBRE said yesterday.
Energy service company Proserv has announced a sale and an acquisition in quick succession.
Former EY Scottish entrepreneur of the year David Lamont has been unveiled as the new chairman of north-east subsea company Rovop.
Proserv has relocated a large part of its field technology services business unit to Westhill, near Aberdeen.
The former chief executive of energy services firm Proserv has joined the board of Aberdeenshire subsea specialist Rovop.
Buoyancy systems, laser cutting tools and thermite plugs all feature in a combined effort by industry and academia to turn the north-east into the world’s leading provider of decommissioning technology.
The new chief executive of energy services firm Proserv believes the company has “turned a corner” since it underwent a debt restructuring deal earlier this year.
Energy services firm Proserv has said North Sea operators could make substantial gains by reclaiming the “lost art” of production chemistry.
Energy service and asset integrity firm Proserv has today announced the appointment of a former Calash director as vice president of strategic planning and marketing.
A revamped event aimed at highlighting oil and gas supply chain opportunities was launched by Oil and Gas UK in Great Yarmouth yesterday.
Westhill-based Proserv has announced the opening of a new Centre of Excellence in Great Yarmouth’s Beacon Park.
The chief executive of energy services company Proserv, David Lamont, is stepping down following the completion of a restructuring deal which will see the firm taken over by its two largest lenders.