The shortlist for this year’s prestigious Oil & Gas UK Awards has been revealed today.
An energy industry stalwart was recognised for his technical nous and role in inspiring young people to get into engineering careers at a glittering awards ceremony in Aberdeen last night.
Oilfield service firm TWMA has won a contract worth at least a million pounds with Neptune Energy in the latest in a series of awards this year.
Drilling waste management firm TWMA has hired Mohamed Galal as director for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
Oil field service firm TWMA has continued its streak of North Sea contract wins by sealing a new £5 million deal with Apache.
A north-east oil services company has acquired a US firm for more than £10million.
Ten Scottish firms feature in a new league table of the UK’s fastest-growing companies by international sales – and six of them are in the north and north-east.
TWMA has secured a drilling waste management contract with Nexen Petroleum, creating work for more than 50 staff.
Drilling waste management service firm TWMA has announced a six-figure contract agreement with AGR and Decipher Energy.
A contract win with French oil giant Total is to safeguard existing jobs within north-east based firm TWMA, with the hope of creating a few more.
Aberdeen oil service firm TWMA has clinched a £1million contract to carry out waste management duties on a central North Sea drilling project.
Environmental solutions provider TWMA has been awarded two projects with Maersk Oil UK in the North Sea.
Aberdeen-based integrated drilling waste and environmental services company TWMA has been acquired by private equity firm Buckthorn Partners.
Environmental service specialist TWMA has been awarded new contracts with a combined value of £500,000 for skip and ship and onshore processing services.
An Egyptian man has been remanded in custody for eight days by a Cypriot court after authorities said he admitted hijacking a domestic EgyptAir flight and diverting it to Cyprus by threatening to blow it up with a fake explosives belt.
North east oil industry worker Benjamin Innes posed for a photograph with hijacker and would-be suicide bomber on board an Egyptian domestic flight.