Wood Group PSN CEO focuses on strategy for international growth at national directors’ forum


Speaking at the Institute of Directors (IoD) Scotland Annual Conference, in St Andrews today, (Friday October 31), Robin Watson, the chief executive of Wood Group PSN (WGPSN), shared his thoughts on the running of a major FTSE operation and making it ‘a truly global company’.



UK offshore oil and gas industry pessimistic


The Q3 2014 Oil & Gas UK Business Sentiment Index published today (October 30) shows that optimism in the sector continues to decline with a drop from two points above zero on the -50 to +50 index to seven points below zero. 


Diesel engine specialist grows with latest key appointment


An Aberdeen-based specialist oil and gas services company has made a key appointment amid continuing growth.


Churchill Launches HyPR™ - world’s first Hydraulic Pipe Recovery Tool

 Churchill Drilling Tools, the provider of innovative dart activated drilling tools, has launchedthe revolutionary HyPR™ (Hydraulic Pipe Recovery) system for the rapid and cost-effective recovery of stuck pipe.

Oil & Gas UK-Oil & Gas UK comments on Government’s response to offshore helicopter safety report

The Transport Select Committee published its report on offshore helicopter safety in July. Oil & Gas UK Chief Executive Malcolm Webb responded in a letter to the Committee report at the time. Today (October 27), the Government published its response to the Transport Select Committee Report alongside comments from Malcolm Webb’s letter.

GDF Suez E&P launches flagship Aberdeen office and art scholarships

GDF Suez E&P UK Limited today opened a new flagship Aberdeen office and announced a significant inestment of over £20,000 in local art projects.





EnQuest selects Technip for a large subsea contract

Technip was awarded by EnQuest earlier this year a large engineering, procurement, installation and construction (EPCI) contract for the Kraken development located in the North Sea,  400 kilometers North-East of Aberdeen and 130 kilometers East of Shetland, at a water depth of approximately 120 meters