A senior boss at BP told Piper 25 delegates about the root and branch changes the oil major had made in safety management since the 2010 Macondo disaster.
The man who led the inquiry into the Piper Alpha disaster has told a conference looking at offshore safety that companies must view the bigger picture in protecting staff.
[free] North Sea leaders today paid tribute in Aberdeen to the 167 people who died in the Piper Alpha tragedy, as union bosses raised fears that workers are still scared to raise safety issues.
Ukip yesterday called for windfarm subsidies to be scrapped across Scotland.
Chevron subsidiary Cabinda Gulf Oil Company Limited has confirmed initial production of liquefied natural gas (LNG) has commenced at the Angola LNG project.
Brazilian oil giant Petrobras said today its future oil and gas exploration in Africa would be conducted through a new 50-50 joint venture with investment bank BTG Pactual.
Oil and gas minnow North Sea Energy said today partners on its Norfolk prospect were considering the location of a development well at the Moray Firth project.
Former BP executive John Manzoni has reportedly been lined up to chair Bumi, the coal miner co-founded by financier Nat Rothschild.
Rig builder Lamprell today said it had agreed a new $181million (£115million) banking facility as part of its “back-to-basics" strategy to return the firm to profitability by 2014.
A team of eight students from Inverurie Academy has won the Grampian Young Enterprise award and will be off on June 18 to the Scottish finals.
The 2010 Macondo spill in the Gulf of Mexico threw into relief once again the risks of extracting hydrocarbons from the earth.
More than 3,000 students took on the ultimate challenge in energy-efficient driving on the streets of Rotterdam last month.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has hit back at claims its unexpected shake-up of the offshore safety division will impact on North Sea safety.
A pioneering collaboration aimed at inspiring the next generation of much-needed petrophysicists into the energy sector has been launched at Aberdeen University.
A Scottish masters programme was Rachel Furlong's launch pad into the world of renewable energy.
Xcite Energy said today it had cancelled an option to continue using Rowan Norway’s jack-up drilling rig on its North Sea Bentley field.
Oil and gas firm CNR International said yesterday public consultation had started ahead of the decommissioning of its east-of-Shetland Murchison platform.
OPEC oil exporters said today they would leave the group's output target unchanged at 30million barrels per day in line with expectations.
Consultation has started on proposed tax changes which could have a big financial impact on firms in the UK North Sea oil industry.
Diamond Offshore Drilling said yesterday it had agreed a £487million ($755 million) deal with with Korean firm Hyundai Heavy to build a drilling rig for work on a BP contract.
Oil and gas operator Serica said yesterday it was finalising a new development plan for its North Sea Columbus field.
Authorities in France and the US have cracked down on Total on Wednesday with $398million (£262million) in fines and plans to bring the oil company and its boss to trial for alleged corrupt payments in Iran.
Russian state-owned oil company Zarubezhneft said this week it was giving up for now on a troubled exploration well off Cuba's north coast.
Norway's Statoil and project partners will spend £830million to develop the Oseberg Delta field neighbouring the Oseberg oil and gas field in the Norwegian North Sea.
Explorer Tullow Oil said today Ghana had given the green light to a second major offshore oil development, paving the way for production to start on the $6 billion project in three years' time.