The top executive team of Aberdeen-headquartered contractor Sparrows are to exit the business after a buyout from French engineering giant Altrad.
Workers for Sparrows Group have begun the first in a series of two-day industrial actions across dozens of North Sea assets, in an ongoing dispute over cuts to pay and conditions.
Unite the union says dozens of platforms will be affected this week as Sparrows workers begin the first in a series of industrial actions.
Around 200 offshore workers employed by contactor Sparrows Group are set to strike in an escalating row over pay, terms and conditions.
Engineering and maintenance group Sparrows has secured a £50 million contract with a “major UKCS operator” to provide crane management services across its operated assets in the North Sea.
Altrad has announced the successful acquisition of Aberdeen-headquartered Sparrows Group, which concluded on 11 July.
Safety, training and competency firm RelyOn Nutec will start offering Sparrows Group crane and lifting operation courses at its centres.
Sparrows Group has been awarded a five-year contract renewal with a UKCS operator, worth an eight-figure sum, to continue supporting its production across two assets, as well as its decommissioning programme across three other fields in the North Sea.
Sparrows Group has clinched a seven-figure deal to provide Spirit Energy with crane maintenance and lifting services in the East Irish Sea.
Reborn global subsea controls company J+S Subsea has hired a managing director and also unveiled former Sparrows Group boss Doug Sedge as a non-executive director.
North-east entrepreneur Jeanette Forbes was recognised for her significant contribution to the UK offshore energy sector in a “virtual” awards ceremony tonight.
A trio of offshore unions are in disagreement with Petrofac after workers were left without answers on being granted the government’s coronavirus furlough scheme.
A number of workers for an Aberdeen-headquartered oilfield equipment firm have been terminated following the company’s decision to furlough hundreds of staff.
Aberdeen offshore engineering and equipment firm Sparrows Group has announced an eight-figure deal through a Chevron and ExxonMobil join venture based in Kazakhstan.
Sparrows Offshore Group has reported a boost for renewable energy in “another year of stability and growth”.
Sparrows Group has been dedicated to improving the standards of offshore lifting operations since the inception of the UK North Sea oil industry and has led the way with its industry standard for offshore crane operators.
Energy service firm Sparrows Group has revealed its plans to withdraw from the UK representative body for offshore oil and gas contractors.
Energy services firm Sparrows Group has announced it has secured North Sea contract renewals worth £30million in the first quarter of the year.
An Aberdeenshire father-of-four will brave the dangers of the Atlantic Ocean as he aims to become the first person to complete a row across the water in a boat he made himself.
Offshore supply firm Sparrows Group has announced that its cable and pipelay solutions division has doubled its revenues.
Aberdeen energy service firm Sparrows Group has secured a commercial registration to operate in Saudi Arabia.
Two leading Aberdeen-based oil and gas service chain companies are competing head-to-head for the renewables honour in the 2018 Press and Journal Energy Voice Gold Awards.
Conservative MP for Gordon Colin Clark believes the Scottish Government “doesn’t understand” the entrepreneurial spirit created in the north-east through oil and gas as it is too “central belt dominated”.
Crane engineering firm Sparrows Group is celebrating a £10million-plus contract with India’s Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC).
Sparrows Group apprentices impressed Aberdeenshire MSP Gillian Martin yesterday as they showcased their involvement in the East Anglia ONE wind farm development.