Helping to position Aberdeen “beyond the energy transition”, as Daniel McAteer puts it, is one of the goals of the new Worley boss in town.
Chevron has awarded Worley a contract to modify services for one of its deepwater production facilities located in the Gulf of Mexico.
Worley has won a maintenance and integrity contract in Oman, working with Arabian Industries Projects (AIP).
Energy services giant Worley has appointed a new vice president of energy to head up operations in Aberdeen.
Worley has sold its public infrastructure advisory business Capital Projects Advisory (CPA) for $48 million to SA Management Pty (TSA).
Cheniere Energy has awarded a number of master service agreements to Worley, for work on LNG facilities on the US’ Gulf Coast.
The Petrochemical & Refining Congress, co-hosted by Neste, celebrates its 5th Anniversary on 17-19th of May.
Malaysian operator Hibiscus Petroleum has picked Worley to provide engineering and design services for its Marigold project in the UK North Sea.
As a final investment decision (FID) looms on Uganda’s oil plans, opposition is targeting financial sources for the export pipeline.
Profits dropped more than 70% for engineering services giant Worley during the first half of its 2021 financial year.
Australian energy service firm Worley said today it was helping Allseas to decommission two of Spirit Energy’s east Irish Sea platforms.
Scopus Engineering has won a deal to provide decommissioning services on a platform in the UK southern North Sea.
Trade union members have voted in favour of a new collective bargaining agreement covering thousands of North Sea workers.
Aberdeen-based THREE60 Energy has revealed a “strategic addition” to its engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (EPC&C) arm.
Energy service firm Stork has become the latest company to pledge its support for a newly-drafted collective bargaining deal for North Sea workers.
Trade unions have launched a survey seeking feedback from members on a “ground-breaking” collective bargaining agreement that would cover thousands of North Sea workers.
Engineering giant Worley has confirmed its job cuts total since the start of the Covid pandemic has reached 11,400.
China National Offshore Oil Company (CNOOC) has awarded a two-year North Sea contract to engineering services firm Worley.
Employers and unions have given themselves extra time to conclude a new collective bargaining agreement for thousands of North Sea workers.
Oil companies, EPCs, refineries, pipeline operators and drilling contractors will join the AUTOMA Congress next April to discuss the asset management approaches in Upstream, Midstream and Downstream markets.
A trade union boss has hailed the progress made by the oil and gas industry in its quest to create a new collective deal covering thousands of North Sea workers.
A new deal covering thousands of North Sea workers could include a “rate adjustment mechanism” linking pay with oil and gas prices, a key figure behind the talks said.
Efforts to create a new collective agreement for North Sea workers are understood to be “proceeding”.
More than 20 North Sea oil industry big hitters are rallying behind a new collective deal for workers ahead of a critical deadline this week.
The global focus and dependency on fossil fuels and shift towards low carbon energy has been building for many years, but only in the last 18 to 24 months has it become a leading agenda item in national and international political arenas.