The Journal is pleased to present the March 2015 supplement covering the North of England's Energy, Marine and Offshore industry
North East experts examine if rising costs of fossil fuels and a slump in oil prices will curtail development of renewables?
Despite the trials and tribulations of the wider offshore industry the subsea sector continues to plan for rapid growth
The Journal is pleased to present the second of its twice annual publications covering the North of England's Energy, Marine and Offshore industry
Washington-based Oil Consultants, which provides top talent to the global oil and gas industry, forecasts revenues of up to £50m for the current financial year, up from £27m in the year to July 2013, growth the firm attributes to its rapid geographical expansion
The Journal is proud to present the first of its twice annual reports covering the North of England's Energy, Marine and Offshore industry
AIS Training, which is developing its £2.4m offshore survival training centre in North Shields, North Tyneside, has become one of only a handful of companies globally to offer a specific training package to electricians and engineers looking to work offshore
Two international marine insurance firms in the North East have announced their intention to merge next month
Maritime Training and Competence Solutions Ltd (MTCS) will train the next generation of engineers at a new Centre for Subsea Technology Awareness, Training and Education or C-STATE in Teesside
Tompkins UK is the umbrella company of the Centre for Subsea Technology Awareness Training and Education, Modus Seabed Intervention and Modular Underwater Systems
Subsea Innovation has seen its turnover rise to £10m and plans to double its workforce over the coming year
Duco Ltd, which designs and manufactures underwater umbilical cable systems at its factory on Walker Riverside, netted the agreement via its parent company French multinational Technip
The Journal Energy platform was launched in March in recognition of the crucial role the industry has played in shaping North East history – and in anticipation of the role it will play going forward.
North East engineering firm Industrial & Marine Hydraulics (IMH) is gearing up for an era of expansion and diversification after appointing a new managing director
The oil and gas industry in Scotland is well positioned to take advantage of a projected 73% increase in global offshore investment, according to a report
Two of the longest-established marine insurance businesses in the North East are in talks to merge as they strive to dominate their chosen niche market
Quick Hydraulics, based at New York Industrial Park in North Shields, has grown its employee numbers from 14 to 29
The National Renewable Energy Centre (Narec), based in Blyth, Northumberland, has created a £2.8m scheme to support SMEs to get a foothold in the industry
New figures show the North East’s subsea industry has grown by 50% in three years. It now generates annual revenues of £1.5bn and supports 15,000 jobs. Peter McCusker spoke to Subsea UK's chief executive Neil Gordon.
Stokesley-based firm Analox Military Systems has won a valuable contract to supply submarine equipment to the Norwegian Navy