The crew on board the Piper Bravo has been reduced to “essential workers only” after a Covid outbreak on board the North Sea platform.
Aberdeen-headquartered RigQuip has announced plans to create 120 jobs and invest at least £10m in growth plans over the next five years.
ExxonMobil has announced a “significant” oil discovery at the Whiptail field off Guyana.
A group of climate campaigners have received approval to take the UK Government to the High Court over its North Sea oil plans.
The “world’s most powerful tidal turbine” has started generating electricity via the grid in Orkney.
Dozens of North Sea helicopter flights from Aberdeen and Sumburgh face delays this morning as severe weather strikes the region.
Costs of decommissioning the Greater Dunlin Area in the North Sea have increased by £25million in the last year, with the completion timeline slipping.
A crashed cargo plane in the Pacific Ocean off Hawaii has been located and surveyed using a remotely-operated vehicle (ROV).
The platform topsides for the TotalEnergies-operated Tyra redevelopment have left Singapore for the North Sea.
Energy giant BP has been fined £50,000 by the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) over a North Sea licence breach.
Four people are missing after a wind farm installation vessel partially capsized off the coast of China.
The UK competition watchdog has published a review into electric vehicle charging, warning some parts of the country are at risk of being “left behind”.
The Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior ship will be back in Aberdeen on Saturday to host a panel discussion on the need for a “just transition” for oil workers.
Bilfinger Salamis UK has won a contract worth more than €20 million (£17m) at the Hinkley Point C nuclear plant under construction in south-west England.
More than 70 bids have been made by companies for the ScotWind offshore leasing round, showing the country’s “scale of potential” for wind development.
UK government revenues from oil and gas taxes have plummeted by more than 70% due to effects of the recent price crash and decommissioning repayments.
The HSE has issued a warning after an emergency stop prevented a collision between an offshore supply ship and a Perenco platform in the North Sea.
Seadrill draws competing rig offers from Noble and Transocean consortium as it undergoes Chapter 11 bankruptcy
Noble Corporation and a consortium including Transocean and Dolphin Drilling are competing to acquire the assets held by Seadrill, according to a news report, as it undergoes Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Repsol Sinopec Resources UK took losses of nearly three quarters of a billion dollars during an “extraordinary” and “challenging” 2020.
Shell has released a new documentary marking the life and final days of production on the Brent Charlie platform.
Worley has won a new design contract with Taqa for work on Europe’s largest open-access gas storage facility.
Neptune Energy has used a visualisation tool based on 3D gaming tech in order to digitise its subsea oil and gas wells in Norway.
With Energy Institute members having their say this week in the annual Energy Barometer, and the Government’s Green Jobs Task Force publishing its recommendations, EI President Steve Holliday FREng FEI welcomes fresh focus on the net zero skills issue…
The decommissioning costs of oil and gas firms which have recently gone bankrupt or are in financial distress is near $15billion, according to new analysis from Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
ADNOC has dished out a unified drilling contract worth $763.7million, with Schlumberger and Halliburton landing sizeable shares.