Oil has started flowing from one of the most complex developments in the North Sea.
Energy company Equinor has become the first platinum sponsor of Aberdeen Science Centre, as part of a three-year partnership to support STEM education and the digital transformation.
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.
As many as 2,000 Peterhead Academy pupils are being taught how to build wind turbines in an attempt to get them interested in the renewable energy sector on their doorstep.
Record production and higher oil and gas prices steered Equinor to a 40% increase in profits last year.
An Aberdeenshire-based oil boss has vowed to look again at childcare for staff members at Kingswells after being challenged at a panel discussion.
The UK is working to “go beyond” Norway on offshore automation according to Aberdeen-based technology experts, following a landmark development in the Norwegian North Sea.
Norwegian energy major Equinor said today that first oil from its £4.5 billion Mariner project in the UK North Sea had been pushed into next year.
Norwegian energy giant Equinor has struck a deal to return to one of UK North Sea’s biggest undeveloped fields after a five-year absence.
Norwegian energy giant Equinor has agreed to buy into one of the UK North Sea’s largest undeveloped oil fields.
Increasing incidents of North Sea strike action risk project delays and putting off new investment, according to BMI.
Norwegian oil giant Equinor’s decision to delay an appraisal well on a North Sea field is only a minor setback for project partner Jersey Oil and Gas, an analyst has said.
Planned strike action and a rejected pay offer plunged the North Sea workforce into turmoil last night with further strikes on three offshore platforms due to bite on Monday.
A vote on industrial action which could lead to disruption on a major North Sea project gets under way next week.
Foreign investment in Scotland is at a 10-year high thanks to huge projects like Equinor’s Mariner.
Equinor is meeting members of Western Isles council today as it aims to roll out its Hywind technology.
Norwegian energy firm Equinor, formerly Statoil, has defended itself against accusations by Greenpeace of “greenwashing” in a bid to obscure its oil and gas operations.
Statoil’s name change to Equinor is expected to be voted through at the Norwegian energy giant’s annual general meeting tomorrow. It means tomorrow will be the company’s last day of trading on the Oslo Bors under the ticker “STL”. To read more on Energy Voice, click here.