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A new collaborative network between Ireland, Northern Ireland and Scotland has been launched to advance the development of ocean energy and drive technology innovation. Led by three state bodies - the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI), Invest Northern Ireland and Scottish Enterprise - the new Ocean Power Innovation Network (OPIN) is hosting its inaugural meeting in Dublin today.
More Scottish oil and gas companies are joining Scottish Enterprise at Offshore Northern Seas (ONS) this year compared to two years ago recognising the significant importance companies are placing on international opportunities to battle the downturn.
Tokheim UK Limited, part of the Dover Corporation, has secured a £1.3m R&D project for its Dundee manufacturing facility to create innovative new fuel pump dispensers for petrol station forecourts around the world. Scottish Enterprise is supporting the company with an R&D grant of almost £270,000 which will help to secure eight jobs in Scotland.
Dr Lena Wilson, chief executive of Scottish Enterprise and Chair of Scotland’s Energy Jobs Taskforce, is leading the first ever delegation of Scottish companies to Myanmar in a bid to identify trade, investment and collaboration opportunities in the market.
Confirmation that SSE is to go ahead with its investment in the Beatrice Offshore Wind project has been welcomed by both of Scotland’s economic development agencies.
Over 80 senior oil and gas leaders will meet in Aberdeen today (20 May 2016) to drive forward behavioural changes and improved ways of working to maximise opportunities for Scotland’s oil and gas sector.
A leading control and instrumentation company has entered into a business alliance with a Houston-based accumulator manufacturer.
New figures showing Scotland’s total oil and gas supply chain sales reached a record £22.9 billion during 2014, over half of which was delivered via international activity, are a strong reminder of the important role the sector plays in Scotland and globally.
Oil and gas firm, OneSubsea is to invest £1.8 million in a new research and development (R&D) project to help grow its global presence. The investment will create five new jobs and safeguard a further 35.
Scotland’s oil and gas sector has received a boost from Chinese-based iRes-Geo Technology Ltd which has opened its first Scottish base at Heriot Watt University’s Research Park. The company aims to expand its North Sea and global business and will initially create 10 jobs with plans to see its Scottish operation grow into a substantial hub.