Aberdeen oil and gas service business XPD8 Solutions said yesterday it wanted to add to its 45-strong workforce after signing deals worth £2million.
Oil and gas firm Ithaca Energy said yesterday it had agreed to buy smaller rival Valiant Petroleum for £203million.
North-east oilfield equipment provider Downhole Products has moved its Malaysian operation into bigger premises as part of expansion plans.
Aberdeen energy service company CAN Group revealed yesterday that it wanted to recruit 40 people at its asset-integrity and engineering service operation.
Aberdeen-based subsea installation firm Bibby Offshore said yesterday it would create 40-plus jobs after signing a contract worth more than £25million.
Engineering and training firm Jee said yesterday it wanted to create 40 jobs at its north-east base as part of future growth plans.
Aberdeen company Axis Well Technology said yesterday it planned to recruit 20 people after adding a new division to its business.
ALMOST 40 people at an Aberdeen oil and gas technology company have been laid off after the firm went into administration.
Aberdeen-based oil service company Sparrows has opened new £2million offices in the city to accommodate its growing workforce.
North-east oilfield service firm STATS Group said yesterday it had appointed two experienced directors as part of international expansion plans.
Highland firm Weldex (International) Offshore said yesterday it was looking to add about 20 people to its 140-strong workforce this year.
Aberdeen companyChurchill Drilling Tools is to invest £500,000 in its facilities and create new jobs in order to meet growing demand for its safety improvement technologies.
Oil and gas integrity-management consultant Macaw Engineering said yesterday it had opened an office in Aberdeen.
NORTH-EAST oilfield service company Romar International said yesterday it had signed its biggest deal yet.
ABERDEEN oil and gas service firm XPD8 Solutions hopes to recruit 20 people in a year to meet demand.
The chairman of engineering firm Cosalt, David Ross, is poised to table a £340,000-plus offer for the company to take it off the Stock Exchange.
TWO oilmen have been hailed as heroes after they risked their lives to save 150 people from a blaze.
ABERDEEN energy service company Senergy said it aimed to create 100 jobs after launching a new business division.
Aberdeen firm Optima Solutions said yesterday it had doubled its office space after investing £350,000 in its headquarters.
SCOTTISH fabrication and engineering company Isleburn has secured North Sea contracts worth nearly £5million with BP for two structures which will be fabricated at its facilities around the Cromarty Firth and assembled at its new Invergordon base.
Oilexco North Sea (ONS) has liabilities of about £1.1billion, a joint administrator for the crashed oil company said yesterday.