Energy service giant Wood Group said yesterday it had won a £12million contract for work in Iraq, one of the world's most hostile oil-producing nations.
Oil service giant Technip officially named its latest pipelay vessel on Friday at Florø, Norway.
Energy service giant Technip said yesterday that turnover in the first quarter of 2013 had increased by more than 14% £1.7billion.
Energy service giant Technip said yesterday its North Sea business was a key factor in it growing turnover by more than 20% to £7.11billion last year.
Energy service giant Wood Group said yesterday it expected a problem project in the Middle East to be profitable in two years.
Energy service giant Technip said yesterday it had secured a four-year extension to a contract with BP in the UK North Sea.
Energy service giant Petrofac said yesterday it had welcomed its largest intake of graduates in Aberdeen.
Energy service giant Halliburton has recorded a 22% increase in revenue, thanks to high drilling activity around the world.
Energy service giant Wood Group, of Aberdeen, said yesterday its Wood Group Mustang subsidiary in the US had secured a major deal with Royal Dutch Shell.
Energy service giant Petrofac said yesterday it had taken on another office in Aberdeen to accommodate its expanding workforce.
Energy service giant Wood Group said yesterday it had sold US aero-engine maintenance firm Wood Group Turbopower, which employs about 100 people and holds assets worth £11.8million, for an undisclosed sum.
Oilfield service giant Baker Hughes said today operating profits for the first quarter of 2012 were likely to be worse than expected.
OILFIELD service giant Schlumberger yesterday said its third-quarter turnover rose 49% to £6.4billion compared with the same period in 2010.
ENERGY service giant Schlumberger said yesterday its second-quarter results showed strong growth worldwide.
Aberdeen-based energy service business Wood Group said yesterday it was not in takeover talks.
US oilfield service giant Halliburton reported a 46% year-on-year fall in first-quarter profits yesterday to £133.76million, blaming currency devaluation and tax charges in Venezuela and weak demand except in North America.
Energy service giant Schlumberger and smaller rival Smith International are to join forces in an all-share deal which places a value on Smith of about £7.27billion.
ENERGY service giant Schlumberger yesterday hailed the opening of a £470,000 extension to an operations support centre in Aberdeen, saying it was the result of business growth in the north-east.
The Aberdonian chief executive of international oilfield service group Expro has predicted a "fantastic future" for the business under its new ownership.