Aberdeen-based consultancy Dekra Organisational Reliability has been awarded a £544,000 contract to train ConocoPhillips staff in Western Australia.
BP chief executive Bob Dudley has urged Cambridge University not to give in to pressure from students and academics to cut investments in fossil fuels.
Financially struggling Weatherford International is still losing money, but the energy services firm is shrinking its losses and growing its revenues.
Houston's McDermott International touted its rising profits as it nears the completion of its merger with The Woodlands-based CB&I.
Oil and Gas UK has appointed three new members to its board to make further progress “on the industry’s road to recovery”.
Shell has announced plans to sell its downstream business in Argentina to Raizen for £680million.
Strong results for oilfield service giants of Schlumberger, Haliburton and BHGE “set the tone” for 2018, according to Rystad Energy.
A former director at the Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce (AGCC) has taken up a new role in the energy sector.
Subsea 7’s £1.4billion takeover bid for McDermott represents a move to “assume the throne” for the global subsea umbilicals, risers and flowlines market (SURF), according to analysts Rystad Energy.
An Aberdeenshire-based pipeline engineering firm has significantly reduced its annual losses, thanks to a surge of international clients.
Dutch subsea firm DeepOcean has taken over Texas-based Delta SubSea, for an undisclosed fee.
The power company Vistra Energy Corp., the parent company of TXU Energy, is cutting more that 300 jobs in Houston after recently completing its merger with Dynegy of Houston.
As Houston prepares for its 49th annual Offshore Technology Conference we hear about how the city and its energy sector have evolved to overcome the challenges of the last two decades from Scottish-born Suzanne Munro, now US business development manager for NSL (part of ASCO Group).
Britain and South Korea are in talks to protect an arrangement of tax breaks for buyers of North Sea crude oil beyond Brexit, according to a news report.
A special talk on operational safety in the North Sea will be held at Aberdeen University this week.
A total of 27 north-east contenders, ranging from dog walkers and hairdressers to energy service firms, are vying for honours in the 2018 Elevator Awards.
Aberdeen hotels had the worst occupancy rates in the UK during 2017, new figures show.
Wellesley Petroleum has been given permission to drill a wildcat well in the Norwegian North Sea.
Baker Hughes, a GE Company (BHGE), has won a contract with Statoil to provide turbomachinery equipment for the Johan Castberg development.
BP “has a slight advantage over Shell” ahead of announcing their first quarter results, according to an analyst.
Rowan Drilling has been handed an improvement notice from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) following an inspection of its Rowan Gorilla V jackup rig.
OPEC - the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries - has come under fire from US President Donald Trump for producing "artificially very high" oil prices.
Aberdeen-based energy services giant Wood has established a “first of its kind” Oil and Gas Advanced Technology Centre (ATC) in Mexico.
NOV yesterday held an open day at its newly-opened £41.7million facility in Kintore.
An ambitious project to modernise and diversify Fraserburgh Harbour has been unveiled.