The parent of a north-east oil service company is changing hands in a £2.15billion deal announced yesterday.
There have been a surprising number of reports in recent weeks on future government revenues from UK oil and gas production. The authors include the UK Treasury and Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR), the Scottish Government, Oil & Gas UK and academics from Glasgow University.
North Sea oil firm Fairfield Energy said yesterday it had appointed BP's head of Russian operations as its new chief executive.
Skills shortages are the biggest challenge to the sector with up to 15,000 people needed in the industry in the next five to 10 years.
A recently founded north-east oil and gas consultancy said yesterday it had hit the ground running.
More than 300 senior school pupils will discover the wide range of careers open to them in the oil and gas industry when Energise Your Future returns to Aberdeen tomorrow. Organised and run by industry skills body Opito, the event is at Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre.
People move overseas for a number of reasons namely to experience new cultures, challenge themselves, live in a warmer climate and/or better their income.
The oil and gas team in Barclays Corporate Banking division revealed it had been involved in deals providing funding for acquisitions and exploration and production amounting to almost £220million in the first quarter of this year.
Flexlife, an Aberdeen-based oil and gas industry specialist in subsea project and integrity management, has reported great success at its Newcastle base just six months after opening.
Offshore giant Total has sent two emergency firefighting vessels to its Elgin platform in the North Sea amid fears the gas leaking from it could ignite.
LORD Douglas Cullen will join an impressive line-up of leading oil and gas industry figures sharing their experiences and insights during our second annual Safety and Competency Conference in Abu Dhabi later this month.
The 15th Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce Oil and Gas Survey, sponsored by law firm McGrigors, has been launched.
The subsea services business line of Fugro has developed over the past two years. It mainly services the oil and gas industry, but increasingly the emerging renewables market, too.
International environmental service specialist Total Waste Management Alliance (TWMA) said yesterday it was looking to expand its workforce after winning several new contracts, including a £15million deal with Maersk Oil.
ESS Support Services Worldwide, the Aberdeen-based catering and facility-management subsidiary of international foodservice firm Compass Group, has secured a contract extension, worth £12million, with rig operator Transocean Offshore (North Sea).
THE Highlands and islands are playing a major part in the first Scottish Renewables Festival, offering people in the region an opportunity to see renewable energy in action this weekend.
Organisations in a Highland community have been given a major boost with an invitation to tap into a potential £2million windfall.
Aberdeen-based International Tubular Services, a global supplier of oilfield products and services, has announced the formation of new company ITS Arabia, following a joint-venture agreement with Shoaibi Group, one of the leading Saudi players in the oil and gas industry.
ABERDEEN mechanical service company EnerMech revealed further acquisitions yesterday, part of an £8.5million investment in two firms in the Middle East.
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.
A North Sea installation has been named as one of the healthiest places to eat in Scotland.