Ecosse Subsea Systems treble profits on back of 90% revenue hike
The Aberdeenshire-based subsea engineering specialist attributed the phenomenal growth to a diversification from its traditional oil and gas market in to renewables and interconnectors.
ROVOP announces new Houston headquarters and three senior appointments
Due to an increased demand for its services globally, independent subsea Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) services provider, ROVOP, has established a Western Hemisphere headquarters and support base in Houston as well as appointed three highly-regarded ROV industry professionals to lead the business.
OEG Offshore makes technology leap with industry first RFID+GPS ComboTracker
Offshore cargo carrying unit leader OEG Offshore has launched a ground breaking live asset tracking system combining GPS and RFID technology to provide operators and service companies with real-time tracking of assets by-the-second.
OGIC marks first anniversary of funding approval
Since confirmation of funding a year ago, the Oil & Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC) has established itself as a vital bridge between energy businesses with ideas that address pressing industry needs and world-class research capabilities in Scotland’s universities.
OGA’s Andy Samuel to be keynote speaker at Oil & Gas UK Annual Conference
Oil & Gas UK, the leading trade association for the offshore oil and gas industry, is today (Tuesday 31 March), delighted to announce that Andy Samuel, Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) chief executive, will be speaking at its second Annual Conference in Aberdeen, which runs from 17 to 18 June 2015.
North-east firm supports ROV MATE
Aberdeen based integrated subsea solutions firm, DOF Subsea, has stepped up to support the hugely successful international ROV competition MATE (Marine Advanced Technology Education) aimed at encouraging young people to pursue careers in the subsea and maritime sector.
Oil and gas industry commits to fund a £60M search and rescue helicopter service to maintain safety standards
North Sea oil and gas operators have committed to fund a search and rescue (SAR) helicopter service, supplementing national SAR cover for parts of the Central North Sea.