One of the conundrums of the pandemic has been how the M&A market has carried on apace, and indeed in some parts of the economy it is very active.
Technology never stands still. In the almost 40 years that we’ve been extracting oil and gas from the North Sea, technology has constantly evolved to solve increasingly complex challenges.
A ROVOP worker ran the virtual London Marathon from the Moray Firth to raise funds for an Aberdeen social care charity.
Subsea service firm Rovop said yesterday it was well-positioned, despite challenging trading conditions, to invest in and secure future growth as the market recovers.
Investors in subsea service firm Rovop have pumped millions of pounds more into the business and installed a new CEO.
An Aberdeen oil boss has said he is “excited” after making the decision to trade up his 20-year energy career for his passion for teaching.
On the face of it, the UK-based subsea sector appears to be faring reasonably well. This is despite lingering impacts from the 2014-17 oil and gas slump, mounting pressures from the climate change crisis and major geopolitical forces at work.
A former Aberdeen energy service firm boss has found a new job south of the border.
Subsea robotics company Rovop is supporting two teams from St Margaret’s School for Girls in Aberdeen in the First Lego League.
A subsea conference set to take place in Aberdeen next week has said it will have a focus on the latest developments in the "evolving" underwater robotics technology.
There is a new boss at the helm of Scottish subsea robotics company Rovop today following a sudden change at the top.
A Subsea UK conference due to be held in Aberdeen later this year will focus on underwater robotic technology.
North-east underwater robotics firm Rovop has significantly reduced its losses over the last 12 months as it looks to expand the business in Europe.
An Aberdeenshire oil and gas pipeline welding company has been snapped up by a private-equity firm in a multi-million pound deal.
A north-east underwater robotics firm has expanded into mainland Europe to meet growing demand and ready itself for Brexit.
The engineers of the future went head-to-head at Robert Gordon University (RGU) last month when they put underwater robots, which they designed and built, to the test as part of an annual competition.
Rovop boss Steven Gray will join the line-up of speakers at the prestigious Entrepreneurial Scotland annual summit at Gleneagles on April 25.
Former EY Scottish entrepreneur of the year David Lamont has been unveiled as the new chairman of north-east subsea company Rovop.
The boss at M2 Subsea (M2S) has jumped ship to another remotely-operated-vehicle (ROV) specialist after “winding down” the firm -- less than three years after its launch.
The former chief executive of energy services firm Proserv has joined the board of Aberdeenshire subsea specialist Rovop.
A north-east supplier of remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) has opened a new base in the Middle East as part of its expansion drive.
A north-east remotely-operated vehicle (ROV) specialist has launched a consultation process with employees.
A north-east firm, which provides the use of underwater remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), has announced the purchase of the entire fleet of 28 systems from M2 Subsea.
Remotely-operated vehicle (ROV) company Rovop, of Westhill, Aberdeenshire, is celebrating bumper sales.
An Aberdeenshire remotely-operated vehicle (ROV) firm has expanded its fleet after receiving £56million worth of new funding.