The past year may have been a relatively lean spell for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in the region but what are the prospects for the market in 2021?
This year is shaping up to be an exciting period for mergers and acquisitions (M&As) in the oil and gas industry, according to Aberdeen-based energy finance expert Mike Beveridge.
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) are almost completely off the table in the oilfield services (OFS) sector, investment experts have said.
Oilfield service giants will need to chart a new path if they wish to remain industry top dogs during the energy transition, according to the director of a global investment firm.
Simmons Energy managing director Mike Beveridge called on traditional North Sea energy service firms to board the offshore “wind train” if they want to guarantee longer term success.
In making any predictions for the year ahead, it makes sense to look back at the previous year.
A power and energy storage expert at Deloitte has been announced as the second speaker to address the P&J’s business breakfast on mergers and acquisitions (M&A) next month.
Experienced due diligence expert and partner at big four firm Deloitte, Shaun Reynolds, will chair a discussion on Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) at a P&J business breakfast next month.
One of the north-east’s top deal makers will address the future of the region’s mergers and acquisitions market at a P&J event next month.
Subsea Expo 2020, set to be the biggest in the event’s 15-year history, has today announced its programme of speakers for the conference which will see 70 industry professionals take to the stage at P&J Live on 11-13 February 2020.
In a highly political year, defined by Brexit and climate change and culminating in a general election, you will forgive me for corrupting a slogan from our former prime minister to describe the last 12 months.
A renewed optimism in oil and gas will drive M&A activity forward in the new year, a top north-east dealmaker has said.
The recovery of the north-east’s oil and gas industry has not been “spectacular” despite a flurry of M&A activity in the first six months of the year, an industry expert has said.
With global climate change protests, declarations of climate emergency and the media hype around Greta Thunberg, there is every likelihood of some sort of attempt by protestors to target Offshore Europe and hi-jack the headlines with their agenda.
Climate change protestors may target this week’s SPE Offshore Europe event as the sector faces a “tobacco industry moment”, it was claimed last night.
The finalists of the 2019 Press & Journal Gold Awards were selected after several hours of debate and discussion by a panel of industry leaders yesterday in Aberdeen.
A Subsea UK event in Aberdeen next week is aimed at helping companies finance their growth ambitions.
The North Sea will be a hotbed of merger and acquisition (M&A) activity if the oil price holds up, the audience heard at a bumper breakfast event in Houston today.
An industry leader will look to stoke up the conversation about the UK oil and gas supply chain's ability to prosper in a “new reality” at a sell-out event during OTC week in Houston.
With just five weeks to go until the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) kicks off, plans are well under way to make Energy Voice’s next breakfast briefing in Houston its best ever.
An oil and gas stalwart has launched a multi-million pound fundraiser to bring a “world-first” technology to the sector.
Overall, 2018 was a bit of a damp squib in terms of mergers and acqusitions (M&A) activity in oilfield services.
Brexit has the potential to cause “noise and inefficiencies” for offshore regulations, according the chief executive of the Oil and Gas Techonlogy Centre (OGTC).
The subsea sector has “fallen down the pecking order” for investors, according to leading advisor.