Wood has been appointed as capital delivery partner for Esseco UK’s chemical production facility in Wakefield.
Energy services giant Wood is on course to complete its exit from Russia by the end of the year.
Several ‘high quality’ bidders in running for Wood built environment business, CEO tips headcount to grow
Bosses at Wood (LON: WG) are “confident” the sale of its built environment business will elicit an increase in the division’s headcount.
The outgoing CEO of Wood, Robin Watson, believes the energy services giant is on course for a “phenomenally positive” future as he prepares to step down.
Wood will provide concept engineering for the H2 Magallanes Project, a large-scale green hydrogen facility in southern Chile being developed by Total Eren.
Oil giants should spend their billions of windfall profits on transition, not shareholder returns, according to the former CEO of Wood Group.
A North Sea oil and gas worker has emerged through an “up and down journey” of furlough and frustration to being nominated at a national awards for Scotland’s top apprentices.
Questions of green or blue hydrogen are by the by, there is a major need for construction to get under way in order to achieve net zero participants at the fourth episode of Hydrogen – Tracking Transition said recently.
Wood (LON: WG) expects to take a one-time $100 million charge in relation to a legacy Amec Foster Wheeler defence contract, Aegis Poland.
Mineral processing company Green Lithium has appointed Wood as its owner’s engineer, as it progresses plans to build and operate the UK’s first large-scale commercial lithium refinery.
Wood has announced a stronger second half year of trading in 2021, but reported a £290million increase in debt and confirmed plans to offload its built environment business following a strategic review.
Aberdeen-headquartered consulting and engineering group Wood has signalled a year of “strategic growth” in the Middle East, accumulating $580million (£425m) of secured contract backlog in 2021.
Scottish ministers have approved additional consents for the Stornoway Wind Farm on Lewis, allowing developers the option of larger and more modern turbines.
“Energy transition is at the forefront of our strategy”, explains Dan Carter, global director of decarbonisation and new energies at Wood.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services giant Wood has unveiled North Sea contract wins worth £120million in the fourth quarter of 2021, including with Shell and Dana Petroleum.
With COP26 now in the rear-view mirror, Energy Voice has assembled a panel of experts to give their verdicts on whether the summit really was a climate change turning point.
Aberdeen-headquartered Wood has secured a multi-million dollar front-end engineering design (FEED) contract with Saudi Aramco.
Aberdeen-headquartered engineering giant Wood has won a contract working on the largest gas reserve in Turkey in the Black Sea.
Aberdeen could become the first city to be powered entirely by hydrogen as soon as the end of the decade under ambitious new plans.
Engineering and consulting group Wood has been awarded a five-year contract by National Grid to provide controls and metering upgrades for its UK gas transmission assets, and to review hydrogen blending in the gas network.
Wood is considering its options, including a potential sale, for its built environment consulting business, which holds a 7,000-strong workforce.
It is hoped an ambitious international collaboration project could unlock access for Scottish firms to a multi-billion pound green hydrogen market.
Energy and agriculture: Two industries which may not naturally go hand in hand. But they are critical in meeting society’s needs for food and fuel and both are at a crossroads in tackling carbon emissions.
Engineering giant Wood will release a plan to impose emissions targets on its suppliers and on its own products used by customers within the next year, according to chief executive Robin Watson.
Energy services company Wood has announced the appointment of Lesley Birse as its executive president of people & organisation (P&O).