Investigations are ongoing on a BP operated North Sea platform to try and find out how diesel contaminated part of the installation's water supply.
Drilling firm Rowan has been found in "serious breach" of regulations by the Norwegian offshore safety watchdog.
Oil climbed, paring losses earlier this week, as Saudi Arabia moved to dispel doubts over Russia’s readiness to extend output curbs.
Oil field services firm Archer has been given a three year extension on a contact for Statoil offshore Brazil.
Members of Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) will be given a first look at Maersk Training’s new wind turbine generator simulator next week.
The first world has been urged to deliver action on climate change on the final day of UN talks in Germany.
Aviation watchdog the European Aviation Safety Agency has issued an airworthiness directive over the lack of a label warning passengers not to stow luggage under seats of offshore helicopters.
Shell has luanched a new delivery service for fuels - bringing it right to your driveway or garage.
German conglomerate Siemens is to cut around 6,900 jobs mainly at its power and gas division due to the rising force of renewables.
UPDATED: Parkmead narrows losses as gas increases and costcutting puts the group back to financial strength
Aberdeen-based firm Parkmead Group has narrowed losses as acquisitions and cost cutting helped the company show its financial strength.
TransCanada has shut down its Keystone pipeline due to an oil leak that is under investigation.
Singapore's anti corruption watchdog has charged a fuel bunkering company with 150 counts of cheating customers.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has granted OMV (Norge) AS premission to drill a wildcat well off the coast of Norway.
Supermajor Shell has said talks over the preferred bidder for the redevelopment of the North Sea Penguins field remain "commercial in confidence".
Premier Oil chief executive Tony Durrant hopes first oil from the North Sea’s Catcher field - due next month - will signal a new chapter for the operator.
Selling the world’s largest initial public offering wasn’t going to be easy.
AIM listed Frontera Resources has won an arbitration award of more than $2million.
Dounreay bosses have been hit with an “over-subscription” of staff wanting to leave the nuclear plant under a redundancy programme which had sought 150 volunteers – 15% of the workforce.
The oil and gas industry is to hear lessons from the nuclear sector on decomissioning.
Schlumberger has inaugurated a newly expanded reservoir rock and fluid analysis laboratory located in Houston, Texas.
Aker Solutions has won a contract to provide umbilicals for the Statoil-operated Johan Sverdrup, Utgard and Bauge developments offshore Norway.
Banchory based subsea technology specialist, Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS), has successfully completed a seabed clearance and trenching work for an offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea.
Oil major Chevron has presented an Aberdeen charity with a cheque for £28,500 in the spirit of Christmas cheer.
Conventional oil and gas player Angus Energy announced today that it has started production at Lidsey Oil Field on the south coast of England.
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