Private-equity house Blue Water Energy opened its doors a decade ago at a time when the North Sea was still enjoying the longest bull run in its history and Big Wind was just about finding its offshore feet.
The finalists for the 2020 EIC Awards have been announced, with 39 companies competing for 11 categories at the prestigious energy supply chain awards ceremony, taking place on Thursday 3rd December.
Anderson Anderson and Brown Corporate Finance is delighted to share with you our quarterly Deals+ update for Q2 2020 in conjunction with Energy Voice, highlighting selected oil and gas mergers and acquisitions and fundraising transactions across the UK
Equinor has said it is leading a project to develop one of the world’s first “at-scale” hydrogen from natural gas plants, in combination with carbon capture and storage (CCS), in the UK.
North Sea veteran Ray Riddoch has joined the board of px Group, which operates the St Fergus gas processing plant near Peterhead, to help drive forward its offshore ambitions.
Px Group, which operates the gas processing plant at St Fergus, near Peterhead, has hired a North Sea veteran to spearhead its push into the upstream oil sector.
St Fergus terminal operator px Group has bought a majority stake in an Aberdeen-based oil well management firm.
The firm which operates and maintains the St Fergus gas terminal in Aberdeenshire has bought an oil and gas project management company based in Newmachar.
The firm which operates and maintains the St Fergus gas terminal in Aberdeenshire has appointed a new chief executive from Ineos.
Aberdeen-based software specialist Arnlea Systems has won a six-figure contract renewal at the St Fergus gas plant.
Mark Kendrick has been announced as the new CEO of px group, the company who provide energy infrastructure solutions to St Fergus Gas Plant.
International oilfield services firm Expro yesterday announced the appointment of a new chief executive to replace Charles Woodburn, who will leave in April. Aberdeen and Reading-based Expro has promoted Mike Jardon, 46, from within its own ranks to fill the void created by Mr Woodburn’s departure. Mr Jardon, who joined Expro in 2011 as chief operating officer, is expected to remain in Houston in his new job.