The boss at 3T Energy Group said the training and technology organisation had “nailed” the integration of Aberdeen-based survival training firm Survivex.
Climate change and the energy transition have competed for media attention recently, pushing Brexit-focused news off the front page and giving us the ideal opportunity to highlight why our industry is going to be needed now more than ever.
An Aberdeenshire oil and gas pipeline welding company has been snapped up by a private-equity firm in a multi-million pound deal.
An oil and gas training instructor is preparing for his first title shot as a professional boxer.
Survivex is reporting the highest numbers of people through its doors since before the 2014 oil price crash.
The new private-equity backed owner of Survivex has acquired a Tyne and Wear-based virtual reality firm.
Accountant and business adviser Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB) has notched up a fifth consecutive year of 50 or more merger and acquisition deals.
Offshore survival training firm Survivex has started offering interest-free finance packages to help workers pay for courses.
The private-equity backed group which bought Aberdeen offshore survival trainer Survivex has opened a new office in China's oil and gas heartland.
The new owner of Survivex said yesterday that growth was on the cards for the north-east offshore survival trainer.
A north-east offshore survival training company has been acquired by a private-equity backed rival.
With the tank plunged into darkness, alarms sounding, and wind and waves pounding at her, Olympic swimmer Hannah Miley was forced to face her greatest fear.
An Olympic swimmer has dived into an underwater helicopter escape challenge to raise funds for bereaved parents.
And social investment adviser John Raine believes that the scheme has given rise to the first signs of re-balancing the gender gap.
Specialist training provider Survivex has developed a customised safety service package for oil major Nexen.
Two north-east firms have managed to tie up new contracts with oil and gas industry clients, making light of a downturn in the sector that has been brought on by low crude prices. Offshore health and safety training provider Survivex yesterday announced that it had signed a contract worth more than £500,000 a year with US driller Hercules Offshore. Aleron Subsea, meanwhile, said it would rent out remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) to two unidentified Indonesian companies in deals totalling £2million.
Offshore training provider Survivex has appointed a business development director as it looks to attract international clients in “difficult times for the sector”. Chris Bews has been promoted to business development manager, leading the sales team and meeting pre-defined revenue targets. Before joining the Aberdeen firm in 2011 he held an account management position for an electrical and engineering consumables supply company.