Aberdeen-based Xodus Group is undertaking an international study to determine the strength of the Scottish subsea market.
The UK oilfield services (OFS) sector is now “back from the brink” after reporting a drop in turnover of 15.5% for 2016, according to a new report from EY.
Profits from oil and gas exploration may have hit a seven-year high in 2017, according to analysts Wood Mackenzie.
Engineering services firm M² Subsea has won a multi-million dollar contract with TransCanada for work on its 500-mile natural gas pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico.
A group that helps aspiring engineers get into the oil and gas industry is staging two events at universities in Aberdeen later this month.
Pirates have released an oil tanker and its crew of 22 Indian nationals after taking it captive off the coast of West Africa.
Norwegian marine specialists Kongsberg Maritime are collaborating on a project to develop remotely-operated fireboats to tackle dangerous port fires.
A call has been made for more female recruits to join an apprenticeship scheme for the energy sector.
Subsea services company Ocean Installer has won two subsea umbilicals, risers and flowlines (SURF) contracts from Statoil for several fields offshore Norway.
EnerMech has today been dealt a blow after losing a major offshore contract to a rival engineering services company.
BP has awarded Heriot-Watt University £1.25million for continued work into energy research.
North Sea oil will bring in £1billion in tax to the UK government this financial year, according to Oil and Gas UK.
An oil tanker carrying 22 Indian crewmen has gone missing off the coast of West Africa.
A decision will be made this week by the UK’s highest appeal court which could have a significant impact on health and safety offshore.
Fugro has won a contract with Statoil for rig positioning services.
Aberdeen-based engineering firm EnerMech has bought UK valves business Denholm Valvecare (DV).
BP has entered into joint ventures with Shandong Dongming Petrochemical Group (Dongming Petrochemical) to develop a fuel station and retail business in China.
Wall Street’s biggest banks have changed sides and are embracing a surge in oil prices.
Brent crude traded below $70 a barrel as the specter of expanding U.S. supply was weighed against Wall Street banks’ growing faith in a price rally.
UK government funding to help train new recruits in the maritime sector has been doubled to £30million per year.
Planned production cuts to the Europe’s largest gas field is to cost the Dutch state-run Enrgie Beheer Nederlands $5billion over the life of the field as well as cause the continent to look elsewhere for supply, according to analysts Wood Mackenzie.
Respol has reached a deal to buy Total's stake in the Visund field in the North Sea.
Aker BP has been given consent to drill an exploration well in the Norwegian Sea.
A video of a crew on an emergency response and rescue vehicle (ERRV) in the North Sea.
The Netherlands’ Climate minister has been warned production needs to be reduced significantly around a major gas field following a series of increasingly powerful earthquakes.