An Aberdeen-headquartered firm and its partners have been awarded £33million following a long-running legal battle over a major North Sea pipeline system.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm Wood has won a £767.8million contract to help decommission the UK’s most complex nuclear site.
Aberdeen energy services firm Wood has appointed a 40-year veteran of the oil and gas industry as its new chairman.
Equinor plans to breathe new life into a decommissioned gas field straddling the border between the UK and Norwegian sectors of the North Sea.
Equinor’s UK boss has insisted Brexit “has not killed appetite to invest” in the North Sea.
Energy giant Total has said it is just weeks away from starting up production at one of the UK’s largest offshore gas fields.
Oilfield services firm Craig International has won a North Sea contract worth around £20million with BP.
Scotland’s finance secretary has promised to explore adding “conditions” to future offshore wind farm projects to include local businesses and jobs, following a summit at Holyrood yesterday.
A new report for the UK oil and gas industry shows a “scary and disappointing” lack of progress on gender diversity, according to a Wood boss.
Azinor Catalyst has committed to drilling two prospects in the North Sea next year.
A new report sets out that the UK oil and gas industry needs to attract 25,000 workers in the next six years, including thousands in brand new roles.
A worker has died following an incident on a BP platform in the North Sea. A medical incident took place at around 8pm on Friday on the Andrew platform, around 140miles north-east of Aberdeen. The worker was evacuated to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary by helicopter. >> Read more on Energy Voice here <<
Chrysaor has agreed to buy US operator ConocoPhillips’ North Sea assets in a £2billion deal.
A decade on since a fatal crash in the North Sea, helicopter transport remains the “biggest concern” for the offshore workforce.
Pilots for CHC Helicopter are to be balloted on strike action.
An Aberdeen team has solved an “age-old” industry challenge for North Sea platforms.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has warned Teekay following a “major” gas release on the Petrojarl Foinaven FPSO.
Global Energy Group has bought a majority stake in Aberdeen-based Apollo Offshore Engineering, forming a new contractor firm.
A new report has lowered forecasts for UK oil and gas revenues by an average of £600 million per year to 2024.
Aberdeen-headquartered Exceed has secured a major contract to drill the first deepwater well off the coast of Guinea Bissau in West Africa.
Offshore union Unite has confirmed its members at the Shetland Gas Plant will carry out the first of a series of 24-hour strikes tomorrow.
Premier Oil’s chief executive said yesterday the firm was “running hot” as it posted its first set of profitable results since 2013.
An oil and gas industry leader has said there is a “disappointing” lack of progress being made on gender diversity.
The head of a major North Sea safety body has stood down from his role.
Industry leaders are “often lacking” confidence to look beyond the current cycle in the North Sea, the regulator has warned.
Malaysia’s Bumi Armada has sunk to a £426million pre-tax loss which it largely blamed on impairment charges for the Kraken FPSO in the North Sea.
An Aberdeenshire subsea company has lost an appeal against a £980,000 lawsuit.
The UK Government has been warned that reducing its support for overseas oil and gas projects risks “endangering” firms in north-east Scotland.
A new scheme to encourage young people into STEM subjects will bring space exploration to Aberdeen.
The first concrete “foundation” for Aberdeen Harbour’s £350m expansion has begun its journey to the site.
The UK Government last night refuted claims it has made a decision on whether to back Shell’s plans to leave large parts of three oil and gas platforms on the seabed.
Aberdeen-headquartered John Lawrie Group has announced it will set up a £5 million decommissioning base at the Port of Dundee.