Daily Archives: Jun 24, 2019

Aberdeen tech start-up wins Citizens Advice Scotland contract

DeepMiner, an innovative Aberdeen business pioneering new data science software solutions has been awarded a £30,000 contract supporting Citizens Advice Scotland. As part of the Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) competition, DeepMiner was selected...

Travel management company appoints new business development executive

Travel management company, Munro’s Travel, has appointed Nicole Strachan as business development executive to help explore new opportunities for the organisation. In her new role Nicole will be responsible promoting the brand and the...

Tour of Britain plans move into top gear following approval for north-east debut

Professional cycling’s Tour of Britain is set to make its north-east debut next year after plans to bring the showpiece event to the region were given the final seal of approval. Aberdeen City Council...
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Premier Oil scraps £152million Dana Tolmount deal

PREMIER Oil has said it is not “pursuing” a $191million (£152m) deal to acquire an additional 25% stake in...
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PwC appoints new head of tax in Aberdeen

MULTINATIONAL professional services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has announced a new head of tax in Aberdeen. Mairi Massey is based in the firm's Energy Centre of...

NHV wins Shell North Sea helicopter contract

NHV helicopters has won a three-year Shell North Sea contract. The Belgium-based firm has unveiled the deal to transport Shell workers in the UK to...

Maersk Training launches wind energy training facility

GLOBAL training provider, Maersk Training, has announced an agreement with Babcock Marine Training, to develop a custom-built wind energy training facility in Paisley. The facility...

Neptune Energy awards remote monitoring contract to Fugro

NEPTUNE Energy has awarded a subsea inspection contract to Fugro at its Cygnus gas field. Fugro will deploy state-of-the-art technology and remotely operated vehicles (ROVs)...