Bond Offshore Helicopters has won a multimillion-pound deal with EnQuest to support the oil firm’s North Sea operations.
Intertek revealed today it had won work worth £3million to support Maersk Oil UK's North Sea operations.
Energy firm 3sun Group has picked up a three-year contract with wind farm operator Scira Offshore Energy for work offshore east Anglia.
Aker Solutions has landed a multimillion-pound deal, which will lead to up to 150 people being recruited to work in Shetland and Aberdeen.
Noble Corporation has secured a three-year contract worth some $677million with Anadarko for use of its new-build drillship Noble Bob Douglas, one of four ultra-deepwater vessels that the company has under construction at Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) in Ulsan, South Korea.
Valve engineering specialist Severn Glocon Group has acquired LB Bentley for an undisclosed sum as it seeks to diversify its offering and make inroads to the subsea market.
Ocean Rig UDW has received a letter of award for its ultra-deepwater drillship Ocean Rig Olympia for a three-year contract working offshore West Africa.
The deepwater drilling rig Leiv Eiriksson has been picked to work offshore Norway from late 2012 or early 2013 under a new three-year contract, its owner Ocean Rig said today.
SPECIALIST oilfield production chemical company Champion Technologies is celebrating the award of a substantial contract from Wood Group.
RBG said yesterday it had landed a three-year contract with Chevron North Sea worth £1.2million.
AGR Field Operations' Asia-Pacific unit has signed a three-year contract with Australian Worldwide Exploration (AWE) for operation and maintenance of its Perth Basin assets in Western Australia. Norwegian-owned AGR, which has a major Aberdeen presence, says the contract has provision for two successive two-year extensions.
SEADRILL has taken delivery of its seventh consecutive deepwater drilling unit in just 10 months. West Aquarius is a product of the DSME shipyard in South Korea.
ABERDEEN-BASED IT specialist Sword Pragma has landed a three-year contract with Total E&P UK, with options to extend for a further two years.
TWO offshore catering experts have left ESS Support Services Worldwide in Aberdeen to become bosses at a new company.