Theresa May will today announce UK Government backing for a multi-million-pound Aberdeen underwater engineering hub to help the oil industry diversify into green energy.
Serica Energy today revealed that it would hire two North Sea industry chiefs upon completion of a major acquisition.
The north east subsea sector could miss out on a multi-billion pound opportunity without “critical” support from the UK government, an industry veteran has warned.
Later today, with my colleagues Neil Gordon, Subsea UK Chief Executive and Stuart Payne, Director of HR and Supply Chain at the Oil & Gas Authority (OGA), I’ll provide evidence to the Scottish Affairs Committee in Westminster on a proposed sector deal.
Former North Sea oil and gas boss Trevor Garlick has joined the board of an extreme sports venue in Aberdeen.
The boss of one of Scotland’s biggest companies delivered the 2018 Scottish Council for Development and Industry (SCDI) annual lecture just a few miles from the firm’s home city last night.
Former BP boss Trevor Garlick has made a triumphant return to the North Sea as oil chairman of an agency with its eyes set on the future.
Oilfield technology inventor Dan Purkis was honoured for his significant contribution to the North Sea industry at the 30th Offshore Achievement Awards (OAAs) in Aberdeen last night.
The British supermajor signalled its commitment to the North Sea this year when it announced its $1billion ETAP investment.
BP’s North Sea boss, Trevor Garlick, has confirmed he will retire after more than 30 years in the industry.
It could easily be dubbed one of the North Sea’s most important helicopter rides.
BP’s £4.5billion North Sea Clair Ridge project, which is expected to keep the UK producing oil beyond 2050, has taken a giant leap forward. Three huge topside modules have been installed on the “quarters and utilities” (QU) platform following their long journey from a shipyard in South Korea. They were safely lifted onto pre-installed jackets by the Heerema Thialf deepwater construction vessel.