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Akastor ASA (OSE: AKA), an oil service investment company, has entered into a definitive agreement with the owners of NES Global Talent (NES) to join its Frontica Advantage (Advantage) business with NES. Akastor will become a shareholder in the combined company. The combination creates a global leader in staffing services to the oil and gas industr
Frontica has signed a five year contract with Aker Solutions to deliver staffing services, IT services and consultancy projects as well as business support services within HR, finance and procurement.
Amec Foster Wheeler has won a prestigious award for the way it trains and looks after its physicists.

Clarification On NRK Story On Egersund Yard

Aker Solutions - 07 November 2014
Norwegian broadcaster NRK today reported that Aker Solutions' fabrication yard in Egersund, Norway, will be letting 1,500 temporary workers go after the new year. While it is common practice at the yard to adjust the temporary workforce to existing activity levels, no decision has been made to do so.
Aker Solutions is transferring employees to a new subsea engineering hub in Stavanger and using the Aker Advantage recruitment agency to find work for more than 200 employees impacted by the slowdown in Norway's offshore maintenance and modifications market.
Wood Group Mustang has secured multiple contracts in the North Sea over the past 12 months, worth more than $130 million, and is currently recruiting over 100 personnel in its Woking office.
Wood Group has grown by more than 4,000 people in the past year, and is looking to hire many more in the next 12 months.
Warrington-based engineering firm, Boulting Group Ltd, is taking positive steps towards future skills availability by the award of 8 Apprentices across its diverse business units .
The cost of developing thermal coal projects in Australia has risen sharply and is making new developments here less attractive for miners than in most other key producing regions in the world, analysts from the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, or CBA, said Tuesday.
A recent strike by workers building Brazil's controversial Belo Monte dam has added to delays caused by a long licensing process, but shouldn't lead to significant cost or time overruns, the dam's director of construction saidMonday.