Aberdeen-headquartered global energy services company Wood Group appointed Arvind Balan as its new chief financial officer and executive director, effective from mid-April 2024. Mr Balan's financial acumen, honed through his recent tenure as CFO of Rolls-Royce’s Civil Aerospace division &ndash
Aberdeen-based energy services operator Wood Group has reported robust trading for H1 with revenues expected at £2.2 billion, a 15% increase compared to the same period the previous year. Adjusted EBITDA is predicted to rise by 6% to approximately £147 million, reflecting favourable perf
Scottish engineering and consulting firm Wood Group has secured a two-year contract extension, worth approximately £197 million ($250 million), with Brunei Shell Petroleum (BSP), the largest energy producer in Brunei.
Apollo Global Management has withdrawn its fifth proposal to acquire Aberdeen-based energy services company Wood Group, causing the company's share price to drop to 135p on Monday morning, which equated to a loss of over £500 million in the company's stock market value.
In its latest trading update, John Wood Group has revealed it expects to book a 3% rise in underlying annual revenue to $5.4 billion (£4.4bn) despite a $275 million (£226m) hit from currency fluctuations, for its 2022 results. This is keeping in line with forecasts.
Wood Group has posted a $89 million (c.£76m) profit for the six months ended 30 June 2022, up from an $11m (c.£9m) loss for the same period last year. The group's H1 2022 revenue has fallen marginally by 0.4% to $2.56bn (c.£2.17bn) from $2.57bn (c.£2.18) in H1 2021. However,
Aberdeen-based engineering and project management firm Wood Group has secured a UK Government-backed loan worth £430 million to boost its green initiatives. The funding is part of the new UK Export Finance (UKEF) guarantee which aims at helping exporters through the “energy transition&rd