Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm Wood has completed preliminary engineering design services work for gas distribution operator SGN at its Machrihanish site, on the west coast of Scotland.
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) and the Aberdeen Renewables Energy Group (AREG) have agreed terms to form a “closer relationship” on the North Sea energy transition.
Offshore contracting firms and unions have committed to hammering out a “framework” to replace a key UK North Sea collective bargaining agreement.
Petrofac is working on a “more aggressive” approach to replace its climate targets which are “well out of date”, according to a UK boss.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm Wood has announced multi-million pound cost savings and an increased renewable energy contracts since the start of 2020.
An Aberdeen-headquartered global engineering firm has announced two multi-million pound solar energy deals in the US.
Energy services firms Wood and Global Energy Group have praised a new £62m Scottish Government package, saying it will “build momentum” towards a "true energy transition".
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm Wood has announced targets to reduce its direct and indirect emissions by 40% by 2030.
With the right leadership, the new working norms created by the Covid-19 lockdown can help advance the “inclusion agenda”, oil industry chiefs said today.
More than 300 people have signed up to attend OGUK’s first-ever D&I webinar to further explore opportunities to improve diversity and inclusion in what remains a challenging landscape for the UK oil and gas industry.
North Sea energy services firms including Wood, Petrofac and Hunting enjoyed a share price boost in the City today.
Many North Sea oilfield service firms are being left in a “desperate situation” over whether to axe staff or pay mounting maintenance costs to keep them on furlough.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm Wood has confirmed it will make more onshore redundancies as a result of reduced contracting and further project deferrals.
An oil industry representative body has announced the formation of a North Sea recovery taskforce as “hard decisions” start to bear down over thousands of redundancies in the sector.
A warrant to demolish the former Amec Foster Wheeler building in the south of Aberdeen has been approved.
The Wood Group has teamed up with cancer charity Maggie’s to provide thousands of face masks to health workers in Aberdeen.
Sasol has appointed Wood to act as engineering partner under a five-year partnership framework agreement, with a focus on operations across South Africa.
Oil majors BP and Shell were among the fallers as the FTSE 100 Index slid by 171.80 points, or nearly 3%, to 5,641.03 yesterday.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm Wood has confirmed that it plans to make almost 70 staff redundant across its UK onshore business.
In the age of the Great Energy Transition, oil and gas companies face a dual challenge; to reduce operational emissions whilst keeping up with growing energy demand they will need to increase both asset performance and lifetime. With increasing numbers of incumbent O&G players making net-zero commitments, the sector will increasingly be judged both by their cost per barrel / cubic feet AND their carbon footprint per barrel.
An Aberdeen-headquartered global engineering firm has announced the addition of £80 million ($100m) worth of contracts from the US onshore wind market.
An Aberdeen-headquartered company has successfully dismissed a £37m legal challenge around a major North Sea pipeline system.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm Wood has said “employee reductions are being made” in order to tackle the effect of the coronavirus outbreak.
A call to action been made after new figures revealed a “shocking” lack of women applying to oil and gas and energy-related university courses in Aberdeen.
Wood chief executive Robin Watson was in bullish mood about future prospects for the global engineering and consultancy company after a sharp increase in profits.