Celebrated underdog Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards will discuss the value of persevering “even through the toughest of times” at an offshore industry event this week.
Growing pressure around climate change for the global energy industry, including the UK North Sea, was brought into focus at an industry event last night.
Oceaneering has announced plans to consolidate its seven Aberdeen offices into a new location.
Neptune Energy’s North Sea boss said yesterday he is excited by “growth potential” in the UK, with plans for new exploration to boost its projects.
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Firms in Scotland’s energy sector have been urged to stop waiting and “prepare now” for the potential impact of Brexit.
UK operator Babcock has hit back at manufacturer Sikorsky amid legal claims it reneged on a £53million deal for two North Sea helicopters.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has revealed it was hit by fraudsters last year resulting in the loss of £25,000 in funds.
Aberdeen-headquartered Hydro Group has completed trials of a new technology which could save tens of thousands of pounds on costs of scanning the seabed.
The size of Spirit Energy’s operation will limit any potential buyers to well-funded firms, according to an analyst.
Lower oil prices offset an otherwise good performance for BP in the first half of the year, while major projects such as Culzean in the North Sea came online.
Centrica has announced its plans to dispose of its interests in North Sea explorer Spirit Energy by the end of 2020.
The Culzean mega-project in the North Sea helped boost production and cash flow for Total in the first half of 2019.
RockRose Energy faces being ousted as operator of a North Sea hub as it is today re-admitted to the Stock Exchange.
North Sea minnow Jersey Oil and Gas (JOG) saw its share price skyrocket by 140% yesterday after an announcement on new licensing awards.
Repsol Sinopec Resources UK (RSRUK) has hailed an “outstanding” 2018 after tripling pre-tax profits to more than £1.3billion.
Strikes have been averted at a major gas terminal in Aberdeenshire after discussions “allayed” workers’ fears on health and safety.
Subsea firm Acteon has taken on 177 workers from Proserv amid an acquisition of its field technology services (FTS) business.
A union boss has described an image of a crack found on an offshore helicopter as “scary stuff” and called for greater transparency for workers.
An RAF squadron set up at the height of the Cold War is looking to the oil and gas industry as it seeks to bolster its ranks.
A Fatal Accident Inquiry (FAI) has been announced for a helicopter crash off the coast of Shetland in 2013 that caused the deaths of four people.
A recovering oil price drove a boost to profits for Cnooc’s operations in the UK and Ireland in 2018.
Aberdeen-headquartered oilfield services firm KCA Deutag has appointed a new chief executive as incumbent Norrie McKay prepares for retirement.
A giant North Sea project could help disprove false perceptions on redeveloping old fields, according to a former oil boss.
An Aberdeen IT firm is creating new jobs and aiming to double turnover as it parts ways with a Welsh partner.
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.