Energy consultancy Xodus Group has agreed to buy Green Light Environmental, based in Perth, WA, as part of its plans to expand in the Asia Pacific region.
This Sunday (23rd June) marks International Women in Engineering Day. Christina Horspool has worked at Xodus Group for more than six years. The 34-year-old is originally from Birmingham, England and plays a key role the company’s environmental team.
A recent poll suggested industry’s mission to lower its cost base and learn lessons from the downturn will be subjected to an acid test this year.
Scottish subsea engineering is world class, according to an extensive study of the sector.
We have had a successful year with steady growth across all key areas of the business - from field development to decommissioning as well as in the renewables sector. This underlines the continued demand for quality consultancy services both in the North Sea and internationally, which is very reassuring.
Xodus Group has hired its first corporate development director to spearhead the energy consultancy's growth.
International energy consultancy Xodus Group has strengthened its decommissioning team with the appointment of Gareth Jones as decom lead.
International energy consultancy Xodus Group has appointed Peter Tipler as its renewables director to help drive growth.
Western Australia is a region characterised by its huge liquefied natural gas market, aiming to overtake Qatar as the world’s largest LNG exporter by 2020.
Aberdeen-headquartered Xodus Group has unveiled plans to go after the tidal energy market in Japan.
The last 12 months have been a time of great change for Xodus Group’s boss – both in the office and at home.
Aberdeen energy service firm Xodus Group has secured £2million worth of contracts in Australia and south-east Asia.
Aberdeen-based Xodus Group is undertaking an international study to determine the strength of the Scottish subsea market.
Whilst market conditions continue to be challenging, we are in a much stronger position than this this time last year. We have experienced steady trading throughout 2017, both in the North Sea and internationally although margins are tighter than they have ever been.
An Aberdeen energy consultancy is helping Japanese oil and gas companies to gain a better understanding of decommissioning and how to manage their global asset and abandonment liabilities.
Aberdeen-headquartered oil services firm Xodus Group will carry out exploration and appraisal work in India over the next two years.
Engineering consultancy Xodus Group has formed a partnership with Orkney based Green Marine to launch a new combined service for the maintenance of offshore renewable assets.
The burgeoning decommissioning sector will bring technical challenges and opportunities that the North Sea supply chain are well placed to exploit.
Xodus Group has been awarded a framework agreement for the provision of design and engineering technical services to the Grain LNG terminal, situated on the Isle of Grain, Kent.
The overall estimate for decommissioning oil & gas production infrastructure has risen sharply in recent years, the very latest pointing to a median gross figure of around £58billion.
Research that will support decommissioning by exploring approaches to the recovery of subsea structures is to be carried out by the University of Dundee on behalf of Xodus, with support from the Oil & Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC).
Data from the HSE (Health and Safety Executive) has shown more than a third of piping and pipeline failures are caused by vibration, erosion and corrosion.
Aberdeen engineering specialist Xodus Group has launched a new asset lifecycle tool at Subsea Expro aims to help oil companies asset integrity issues.
UK Oil & Gas tripled its resource base overnight after Xodus pegged its Arreton prospects to contain 219 million barrels.
Front end engineering specialist Xodus cited “challenging” market conditions as it reported an £18.5million pre-tax loss in last year. The Aberdeen and London-based firm was hit by bad debts and wrote off a number of intercompany loans involving some of its international join venture businesses, although turnover rose 12% to £58.6million in 2014.