Bond Offshore Helicopters said yesterday it had signed its fourth North Sea contract in as many months.
Oil service firm Aker Solutions said yesterday it had won a £30million-plus contract to work on Premier Oil's Solan field.
Mechanical engineering service company EnerMech said yesterday it had been awarded a contract by BG Group which could be worth up to £16million.
Oil field technology firm Plexus Holdings said yesterday it had won a contract extension in the North Sea worth £1.5million.
Aberdeen-based catering and facility-management business Entier is to add a further 85 people to its workforce after winning a three-year deal with energy service company Technip.
Craig International Supplies (CIS), a division of Aberdeen shipping and energy services firm Craig Group, said yesterday it had landed a multimillion-pound contract with a major oil and gas operator.
Cosalt Offshore said yesterday it had been awarded a multimillion-pound contract with CNR International (UK).
Aberdeen oil field services company Expro said yesterday it had won a £3.2million contract for work in the UK North Sea.
International engineering and project-management company Amec is planning to recruit nearly 100 people after winning a £140million North Sea contract.
Aberdeen-based international energy service company PSN said yesterday it had landed one of its biggest contract wins in Australia.
DIAMOND Offshore Drilling has secured three term drilling contracts from Petrobras that are expected to generate combined maximum total revenue of about $1.4billion, excluding potential performance bonus payments and any potential contract extensions. This represents at least 11 years of contract drilling backlog, according to Diamond. The dynamically-positioned ultra-deepwater semi-submersible, Ocean Valor, has a three-year deal worth about $493million and preparations were under way early-March to mobilise the rig from Singapore to Brazil in time for drilling to being this summer. There is a two-year option to extend the contract.
A SMALL Aberdeen-based oil tool specialist has won a £3.7million contract, its biggest to date.
PETROFAC Training has landed a £3.5million contract with oil giant BP which will lead to 10 jobs in the north-east.
SCOTTISH software business Pisys has landed a three-year deal to support Petrofac Training's global network of emergency-training simulators.