Texo Group’s sister company Texo DSI has successfully pioneered a new unmanned inspection method on a major UK North Sea FPSO, delivering significant safety, time and cost saving benefits.
Despite severe challenges in the oil and gas sector and problems caused by the global pandemic, the team at Texo Group has continued to meet client demand in a range of sectors.
Energy service firm Texo Group has promoted one of its bosses to the operations director role at one of its divisions.
Texo DSI has delivered 3D-digital twins of four offshore production platforms for client Taqa. The survey data for each asset was collected safely and efficiently in one week using UAVs.
Energy service firm Texo Group has hired a high-calibre accountant as head of finance in its latest leadership team revamp.
“Safety-first” has been a critical aspect of the mindset of the UK’s energy industry for decades. So it is instructive how this concern is becoming mainstream for all sectors as businesses emerge from the easing of restrictions put in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
A consortium involving a north-east engineering and technology group is in talks with airport owners across the UK about installing screening stations for coronavirus testing.
It’s extraordinary to think that when we should have been gearing up for the main global oil and gas event of the year, instead we are mostly staying indoors for the foreseeable future. This doesn’t mean however that we down tools.
Texo Group has moved to attract and retain key personnel as it focuses effort on delivering ‘business as usual’ to customers while restrictions are in place.
Texo Group has been delivering a range of services on Valaris 123 at the Port of Dundee including its rebranding.
A call for staff to return to work at a Dundee-based engineering firm after being sent home amid the Covid-19 pandemic has been branded “irresponsible” amid claims it is putting lives at risk.
Fast growing Texo Group has recruited a workshop manager and 13 new employees as it ramps up its fabrication operations at Port of Blyth.
Texo Group has started the year with a new focus and a number of key projects being delivered for clients in the energy industry.
Energy service firm Texo Group has “parted company” with its managing director, replacing him with its owner’s son.
Texo Accommodation, the eponymous group’s modular, land-based and offshore accommodation business unit, has delivered first-year results far exceeding initial projections for the business.
A yellow rescue helicopter took centre stage at The Press and Journal Energy Ball at the weekend.
Texo Integrity+, Texo Group’s dedicated inspection, repair and maintenance business unit recently secured a number of significant contract wins.
TV personality Vernon Kay is to host this year’s prestigious Press and Journal Energy Ball.
International show band Club Live has been announced as the entertainment for The Press and Journal Energy Ball 2019.
The boss at one of Aberdeen’s quickest growing start-up firms said he’s on track to smash his £100 million revenue target thanks to his London based investor.
Despite the company’s infancy Texo Group's Robert Dalziel says he has already been approached by a number of Private Equity firms looking to further invest.
An Aberdeen-headquartered firm has announced the launch of a new drone operator training course in partnership with the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB).
An Aberdeen-headquartered firm has agreed a multi-million deal to construct a ground-breaking new tidal turbine from its port-side facility in Dundee.
A firm of travel management specialists has open its doors in Aberdeen. Headquartered in Leeds, Traveleads will now have a base in the Granite City.
Texo Group, which formed in August 2018, has announced it is on target to exceed all of its budgeted expectations for its first year.