The latest offshore licensing round shows exploration is still “alive” in the North Sea, the industry’s regulator said today.
Ryanair has booked a solid increase in full-year profits but warned that rising oil prices could take the gloss off its performance over the next 12 months.
Shell and BP may have to face down shareholder opposition to their chief executives’ pay packets at their annual general meetings next week.
London’s blue-chip index hit a record high on Thursday as rising oil prices helped lift UK stocks.
US oil major ConocoPhillips is considering an exit from the UK North Sea, a news report said.
Sir Clive Woodward was responsible for the England rugby’s team greatest turnaround and one its most significant triumphs to date.
Sir Ian Wood has revealed his frustration at the “hell of a long time” it is taking to move forward with the City Region Deal - as it emerged £14.5million of the pot went unspent last year.
An exhibition showcasing stories of the people, places and technology which have proved crucial to the North Sea oil industry has opened in Aberdeen.
The shutdown of oil pipelines at the Sullom Voe terminal in Shetland will be only a “mild irritant” to operators, according to a leading petro-economist.
Oil firm Total has confirmed plans to shed over 50 more Aberdeen jobs. The French energy giant said in March that it planned to cut 250 positions following its merger with Maersk Oil. However, following a review, Total said it will now increase that number to slightly above 300. Read more on Energy Voice here.
The size of the cake has dwindled for Scotland’s oil industry supply chain, but the international slice is getting bigger, a business leader has said.
A host of north-east energy companies and industry professionals have touched down in Texas for the oil sector’s biggest event.
Treasury and Brexit ministers will visit Aberdeen on Thursday to meet oil and gas bosses.
Customs charges due to Brexit could cost the offshore industry £145million this summer and £120 million every year thereafter, north-east firms have been warned.
Europe’s beleaguered capital of oil and gas has powered its way into the top five in a league table of the UK’s fastest-growing city economies.
Oil company ConocoPhillips has confirmed it will axe around 450 jobs across its UK operations between October 2018 and April 2020.
Hurricane Energy’s pre-tax losses widened in 2017, as the firm moves closer to first oil from its major Lancaster development.
A north-east MP has warned of an impending oil and gas skills shortage, blaming a drop in those pursuing vocational qualifications.
Lessons learned in the oil and gas industry – Return To Scene joins forces with Robert Gordon University
Lessons learned in the oil and gas industry will be shared with academics in a bid to develop new efficiency solutions for the construction and infrastructure sectors.
Oil was in focus on Tuesday after prices rose sharply amid fears of supply disruptions in the Middle East, as the US considers re-imposing sanctions on Iran.
Bianca Jagger has given her backing to environmental campaigners involved in a High Court fight over an “undemocratic and draconian” injunction.
Around 250 Scottish jobs are expected to be lost at energy firm Total following its takeover of another company.
Independent oil and gas company RockRose Energy commissioned a report into whether a North Sea asset should be replaced
Independent oil and gas production and infrastructure company RockRose Energy said yesterday it had commissioned a report into whether a North Sea asset should be replaced.
North-east firms have lost their battle to get business rates cut after judges at the highest court in Scotland ruled the oil downturn had not affected the value of commercial properties.
US oil major Chevron is “building momentum” towards a final investment decision (FID) on the multibillion-pound North Sea Rosebank project.
Fears have been raised that efficiency savings made amid the oil and gas downturn could be leaving firms open to cyber security attacks.
A think-tank says new figures showing the depth of the economic downturn in Aberdeen since oil prices crashed in late 2014 highlight the risks of the city’s dependence on the oil and gas industry.
The Dons have been an immovable part of the scenery in the north-east of Scotland for well over a century.
Aberdeen oilfield technology firm Plexus has sold two sets of wellhead equipment to its Russian partner for £1.4million.
North Sea oil pioneer Algy Cluff said his company was determined to find farm-out partners for its licences after revealing plans to step down from the chief executive role.
BP chief executive Bob Dudley has hailed 2017 as one of the strongest years in the company’s recent history.
Council bosses are investigating why a school was shut for a day because it had no heating oil - after police found no evidence it had been stolen.