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.
Workers at Shetland Gas Plant yesterday held the first of five planned 24-hour strikes in a dispute over proposed changes to the shift rota system.
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.
Cairn Energy’s chief executive has said costs around the Kraken project will not deter the firm from further investment in the North Sea.
EDF Energy’s new renewables arm is looking to add more jobs in the north-east and Highlands as it ramps up its projects there.
Scotland’s energy minister said “patience was wearing thin” with wind developers who take Scottish Government support, only to hand construction contracts to foreign suppliers.
The world’s largest civilian cargo plane has helped deliver two helicopters to Aberdeen for Babcock Offshore’s North Sea operations.
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.
The 2019 edition of an annual celebration of excellence in the UK energy industry gets off the ground today.
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.
Scottish supply chain firms “cannot reasonably compete” for renewable energy development contacts, two major UK unions warned last night.
The documentary filmmaker son of Robert Redford has said Scotland is “doing what it needs to” in terms of renewable energy compared to the US market.
A new offshore wind sector deal will be launched by the UK Government tomorrow in an effort to increase jobs and grow the number of women in the industry.
The head of a major North Sea safety body has stood down from his role.
A Middle East firm which was handed a multimillion-pound fabrication deal for a giant Moray windfarm has “suffered significant overall losses”, according to a new report.
Trade union officials have announced additional strike dates after oilfield service firms Aker Solutions and Petrofac issued redundancy notices to staff.
Industry leaders are “often lacking” confidence to look beyond the current cycle in the North Sea, the regulator has warned.
The UK oil and gas industry has cut a fairly laidback figure amid the hullabaloo of Brexit.
An Aberdeenshire subsea company has lost an appeal against a £980,000 lawsuit.
Anglo-Dutch energy giant Shell said today that it faced criminal charges over the purchase of a Nigerian oilfield in 2011.
UK energy service giant Petrofac more than doubled its profits last year despite taking a hit on the sale of its stake in the Greater Stella Area.
Ineos’ investment in the Forties Pipeline System (FPS) was hailed as a show of faith in the North Sea’s future by industry leaders.
A huge project to rejuvenate a vital North Sea pipeline system will deliver a jobs boost for the north-east.
The UK Government has been warned that reducing its support for overseas oil and gas projects risks “endangering” firms in north-east Scotland.
Petrochemicals giant Ineos will invest £500 million to extend the life of a key North Sea pipeline system by “at least 20 years”.
The first concrete “foundation” for Aberdeen Harbour’s £350m expansion has begun its journey to the site.
RockRose’s swoop for Marathon Oil’s UK business will breathe new life and investment into “unloved and marginal” North Sea assets, an analyst said yesterday.
Burntisland Fabrication’s (BiFab) hopes of winning a substantial portion of a huge north-east fabrication contract was hanging in the balance last night as it emerged a Belgian firm is tipped to take the lion share of the deal.
North Sea union members working for service firms Aker Solutions and Petrofac have voted to strike over a change to a “hated” work rotation.