Energy service giant Wood said it was on track to deliver growth in 2018 as the oil market shows early signs of a recovery.
A director of digital for Chrysaor has claimed that oil firms are "only scratching the surface" in terms of data potential on oil rigs.
Energy services giant Wood has won a front end engineering design contract (FEED) for a 550mile pipeline in Kenya.
A young engineer has been rewarded with a Green Energy Award after saving his company SSE £250,000 on a Highland project.
Global engineering firm Wood has announced the award of a multi-million dollar contract with TEVA Biotech GmbH for a new biotechnological facility in Ulm, Germany.
Wood has extended a deal to provide a range of services for the Gorgon Stage Two development off western Australia.
The next phase of a collaborative industry effort to develop “a better understanding” of subsea equipment has been launched by Wood today.
Wood chief executive Robin Watson said the group’s service offering remained “very focused” despite expanding into more sectors.
Energy service giant Wood, of Aberdeen, and technology firm IBM have teamed up to harness artificial intelligence, analytics and blockchain to transform the way oil companies operate.
Wood has installed new technology to measure the effects of turbulence on the world’s first floating wind farm, off the coast of Peterhead.
UK-based Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) has contracted Subsea 7 and Wood for work on the Thames Pipeline in the Southern North Sea.
An event highlighting emerging opportunities in Saudi Arabia is being hosted in Aberdeen next month.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy service giant Wood will expand the capacity of one of the world's largest dissolving pulp mills, while also improving its environmental footprint.
Wood has announced the development of new wearable camera technology for the offshore oil and gas sector, able to go to previously inaccessible areas.
Aberdeen-based energy services giant Wood has established a “first of its kind” Oil and Gas Advanced Technology Centre (ATC) in Mexico.
Industry body Subsea UK has said that global industry experts will discuss future market opportunities at the first Subsea Cables Conference to be held in Aberdeen.
Wood chief executive Robin Watson said yesterday the group still had a key role to play at the heart of a recovering north-east economy, despite it making only 5% of its revenue in the UK North Sea.
Latin America’s booming clean energy market is attracting the world’s energy giants, which are driving down prices and squeezing out the little guys.
Energy service giant Wood will support a major oilfield development off Senegal after winning three contracts from Woodside.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm Wood has won a contract to develop the world’s largest crude oil to chemicals (COTC) project for Saudi Aramco and SABIC.
Workers have been evacuated from a North Sea platform following an issue with its water supply.
Engineering and technical services firm Wood has announced its expansion into Brazil and western Canada in an effort to service asset integrity solutions.
Energy service giant Wood will provide technical assistance as part of a project to construct a new nuclear power station in the UK.
A group of companies have come up with a new set of guidelines which could take the sting out of cable costs for offshore renewable energy projects.
Scottish hotel and pub entrepreneur Nic Wood – son of Aberdeen-based oil and gas industry doyen Sir Ian Wood – has snapped up seven bars from his younger brother, Garreth, in a move hailed as “an exciting deal for both parties”.