Shell North Sea boss Steve Phimister is moving to the Middle East as part of a new role with Petroleum Development Oman (PDO).
Europe ploughed more than £37billion (€43bn) of investment into new wind farm projects in 2020, led by the UK, according to analysis.
EnQuest has handed in the decommissioning plans for its Heather platform in the North Sea.
The final push for the world’s largest floating wind farm off Aberdeen is underway, with a giant foundation making the first leg of its journey.
Equinor and SSE Thermal have announced plans to develop a pair of “first of a kind” low-carbon power stations in the UK.
In late 2019 Gunvor Group, one of the world’s biggest oil traders, said it would make a clean break from the past by settling a long-running bribery case in Africa.
Communities close to the petro chemical plants at Mossmorran have been warned to expect flaring as a £140million upgrade of the processing plant gets set to begin in earnest.
A major downgrade in reserves, a written-off discovery and warnings of a shareholder wipeout are a “real blow to investors and debt holders” of Hurricane Energy, an analyst has said.
The Energy Institute has announced that a renewable energy boss at BP will become its new CEO.
Australia-headquartered Finder Energy has been awarded a new licence in the UK North Sea.
Hurricane Energy has stated there is “no certainty of any future activity” on its West of Shetland assets, including its flagship Lancaster field, following a new reserves report.
The effects of the Texas storm are expected to cost Shell up to $200million (£144.7m), according to analysis issued by the oil giant.
Maersk Drilling has won a contract worth $34million (£24.6m) with Shell Malaysia.
Energy services giant Worley has appointed a new vice president of energy to head up operations in Aberdeen.
Wood, the Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm, has landed a five-year contract extension to its work on Taqa assets in the UK North Sea.
The president and CEO of Japanese floating production specialist Modec is stepping down due to ill health.
BP expects to hit cut its debt to $35billion (£25.2bn) nearly a year ahead of schedule thanks to proceeds from a flurry of deals, moving forward its timeline for share buybacks.
New IR35 tax rules impacting thousands of workers across the oil and gas industry and beyond come into effect today.
A family-run oil and gas firm in Aberdeenshire is celebrating its best year in business, 22 years since first setting up shop.
Offshore contractor Seadrill Ltd., owned by billionaire John Fredriksen, is proposing a debt write-off of just over $4.8 billion, according to Finansavisen.
An Australian company says its “unique” technology could lead to oil and gas rigs in the UK North Sea being repurposed as key infrastructure for geothermal energy - a new renewables sector.
As oil and gas faces a rise in climate activism, ESG concerns, and the need to raise its own profile as a pillar of the energy transition, investors are weighing the impact.
Canadian Natural Resources has removed nearly 90 workers in an evacuation of its Ninian Southern platform in the North Sea.
A pay row has been sparked between Bilfinger Salamis and dozens of independent contractors it hires on Taqa assets over IR35 tax changes.
Aberdeen-headquartered Wood has been appointed as “owner’s engineer” on Europe’s largest single-site onshore wind farm.