Aberdeen-headquartered RigQuip has announced plans to create 120 jobs and invest at least £10m in growth plans over the next five years.
An Aberdeen-headquartered drilling equipment inspection and maintenance firm has expanded its US division, with bigger premises and the appointment of two Houston-based technical directors to manage its international operations.
International offshore drilling equipment and maintenance firm RigQuip is relocating its Aberdeen headquarters.
An oil worker has been found in contempt of court after he quit his job to go work for the competition.
Aberdeen company RigQuip is pressing ahead with enforcing an employment clause through the courts in a case which highlights how jumping ship from one firm to a rival can be a risky move.
The boss of an Aberdeen-based services company has revealed it is keen to expand operations into yards on the Cromarty Firth as oil and gas activity in the area continues to pick up.