Deciding factors in the deal included Weir Oil & Gas’ capabilities in Iraq, positive past and existing contract performance with the client, local content, in-house engineering and a comprehensive international facility near the customer’s sites. This contract further consolidates Weir’s Rig-to-Grid capabilities in the Middle East.
A gadget review by Nicholas Newman Being a journalist means for much of my time I am chained to my desk typing away at my computer all day. This means I am always changing my […]
The musical features many of the group’s pop hits from the Sixties such as Big Girls Don’t Cry, Oh What a Night and Can’t Take My Eyes off of You.
No single solution to future energy needs, says CooperOstlund The National Grid is still the driving force behind the nation’s energy needs, but is it fit for purpose? According to Duncan McPherson, CEO at […]
by Ron Beck Energy Industry Marketing Director, AspenTech Digital transformation continues to be the keynote of the coming year for operators across the oil and gas sectors. Digitalisation is nothing new to the sector, […]
A review by Julia Gasper The Oxford Opera Society put on its inaugural event on Monday 26th November at the Church of St Michael’s at the Northgate. This enterprising group of young musicians have many […]
A major biogas generation facility is set to make a major contribution to renewable energy in the North East. Wardley Biogas has received £17m of funding to construct a new plant at Follingsby […]
The Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass) continues to play a central role at the International Maritime Conference and Exhibition (INMARCO) which is held every four years. Organised by the Institute of Marine Engineers (India), this […]
Report: Cyber attacks against energy and utilities industry increasing inside enterprise IT networks Vectra research finds most cyber attacks against the energy and utilities industry transpire and thrive inside enterprise IT networks rather than critical […]
DP World Column During the age of coal, huge bulk carriers and colliers crisscrossed the globe, transporting anthracite and lignite. Of course, as the world weans itself off coal – with more and more sources […]