China, which is on track to overtake the UK and become the world’s largest offshore wind market, offers niche opportunities for experienced Scottish companies.
Claire Cargill is attending her first OTC, but she is not short of advice in her business-development role with north-east specialist cleaning and equipment sales and rental company MSIS Group.
Being invited to take part and present at this year’s Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Houston is a real honour and a recognition of the dynamic oil and gas sector in Scotland.
Scottish Development International chief executive Anne MacColl sums up a successful week for this country’s business interests – particularly in the energy sector – in Brazil
With the Australian oil and gas industry expected to spend up to £15.4billion on new projects in the next five years alone, Australia is a key market for Scottish companies in this sector looking to tap into new markets.
Aberdeen company Tendeka is among exhibitors at OTC.
NORTH-EAST company Survival Craft Inspectorate (SCI) received a prestigious business award yesterday in recognition of technology which prevents unintentional lifeboat launches.
Some 26 Scottish companies and organisations have been taking part this week in Australia's largest oil and gas show in Perth, all but one of them with headquarters or a base in the north-east.
OTC is a platform for Scottish companies to show off some of the world-beating technology being developed in the country.