Aberdeen-headquartered PDi has announced the appointment of James Rees as its new operations manager.
A planned global underwater engineering hub in Aberdeen could be launched as early as next year after Westminster announced more than a million pounds worth of support.
An Aberdeen-based subsea engineering and decommissioning services provider is believed to have laid off around a quarter of its workforce.
Oceaneering has moved more than 300 workers in Aberdeen into new offices in a bid to consolidate its presence in the city.
An engineer has dived into further education after winning Subsea UK's inaugural MSc scholarship, opening a door to global career opportunities.
Technip has issued a call to talented subsea specialists to discuss their career aspirations at the company's second annual careers event. The company is particularly keen to talk to people working in subsea engineering and commercial disciplines.
Subsea engineering firm DeepOcean Group said today it had appointed a new chief executive to serve from February 1.
A survivor of the Piper Alpha disaster has welcomed a scholarship on safety in the oil and gas industry, created in memory of those who died.
Oil and gas industry subsea engineering and construction giant Subsea 7 has announced the launch of a renewable-energy division, based in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen University launched an initiative yesterday - backed more than £1million of charity funding - aimed at cutting the toll of industrial fatalities in the UK.
FUGRO-ROVTECH Ltd christened its latest purpose-built construction support and intervention vessel in Bergen, Norway.