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.
Energy firm ConocoPhillips is to sell its exploration and production assets in the North Sea to Chrysaor for 2.68 billion US dollars (£2 billion).
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is investigating after a gas leak from a North Sea platform.
The arrival of two giant structures in Aberdeen is the most visible sign yet of progress on the £350 million harbour expansion.
One of the North Sea’s original pioneers has bid farewell to a basin he first operated in almost 50 years ago.
Higher crude prices should encourage North Sea oil companies to dial down the caution and bring forward more new projects, a prominent petro-economist said yesterday.
Energy chiefs have insisted a shortage of women looking to join the sector is partly to blame for the gender pay gap in the north-east.
The Rowallan prospect in the central North Sea was a dud, project partners confirmed today.
Drilling on the Verbier discovery has delivered underwhelming results, but partners remain optimistic they can salvage the North Sea field.
Dozens of Petrofac workers have this week transferred over to North Sea operator EnQuest.
Profits dropped at Delek Group last year despite a strong showing from its North Sea business, Ithaca Energy.
A documentary opens this week telling the true story of how a diver became stranded at the bottom of the North Sea after losing his lifeline to air, heat and communications.
A North Sea recruiter has been blasted for posting a job advert which “unlawfully” discriminated against Polish workers.
Under pressure North Sea firm Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) expects to raise £16.6 million via the placing of 166m new shares.
North Sea newcomer Decipher Energy has delivered first oil from the Orlando field less than two years after taking over the 10 million barrel project from a victim of the downturn.
Pat Rafferty: ‘The safety of workers in the North Sea must be the priority for oil and gas industry, and not profit’
In 2009, all 14 passengers and two crew died when a Super Puma came down in the North Sea close to Peterhead.
A decade on since a fatal crash in the North Sea, helicopter transport remains the “biggest concern” for the offshore workforce.
Offshore union RMT is repeating its call for a full public inquiry into North Sea helicopter safety a decade after the Super Puma tragedy.
RAF Quick Reaction Alert (QRA) Typhoon fighter aircraft scrambled from RAF Lossiemouth, with an RAF Voyager from Brize Norton, to monitor two Russian Blackjacks approaching UK airspace.
North Sea industry received a shot in the arm yesterday as oil and gas companies reported progress on major projects.
Aberdeen-based KCA Deutag saw its losses widen by 68% in its full year accounts yesterday, despite a “robust” performance from its North Sea business.
Air accident investigators have launched an inquiry after a helicopter landed on the wrong North Sea platform this week.
A fisherman has died after he was rescued from the North Sea.
A fisherman has been airlifted to hospital after he was rescued from the North Sea.
The North Sea boss of BP has hit out at perceptions the region is “past its best”.
A security consultancy is launching a new data system which it said will “protect lives” of workers offshore.
Oil and gas companies must fill digital skills “gaps” if they are to fully take advantage of a new treasure trove of North Sea subsurface data, industry chiefs said yesterday.
Bosses at Independent Oil and Gas yesterday accused RockRose Energy of “significantly undervaluing” the company and vowed to press ahead with their North Sea projects.
A new resource has been launched to help usher in a new era of North Sea oil and gas exploration.
The boss of North Sea oil producer EnQuest said yesterday he believed the region could yield further discoveries to extend its lifespan.
The North Sea will need investment of £200billion in order to add another generation to its production life, according to a flagship report published today.