Energy giant Shell has announced that former Maersk Oil CEO Gretchen Watkins will become the new president of the US-arm of the business.
French techonlogy specialist Capgemini has won a contract with Statoil to improve its digital operations globally.
Ofgem has banned energy supplier Iresa from taking on new customers until it resolves a series of customer service problems.
The number of offshore support vessels (OSV) being sent for scrapping has increased by 153%, according to analysts.
London-listed Lekoil is to take legal action to speed up the process of acquiring shares in an exploration license off Nigeria.
Investment in Opportunity North East (One) is to be doubled to £62million over the next 10 years in an attempt to pull the region’s economy away from a “cliff edge”.
A north-east woman who was made redundant from oil and gas recruitment has set about turning her hobby into a lucrative business.
Reducing demand will play a pivotal role in ensuring security for the UK’s future energy supply, according to a new report.
The UK Government has unveiled an export strategy to target the multi-billion pound global cyber security market.
Research consultancy Bernstein has added to claims that the North Sea is set for another drop in output, according to Reuters.
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has awarded two contracts worth over $3.5billion (£2.4billion) to Samsung Engineering.
A consortium including energy giant Shell has won a multi-million pound government grant to improve use of hydrogen vehicles in the UK.
Decom North Sea has published a directory of nearly 300 supply chain firms which can support decommissioning in the North Sea.
Aberdeen’s Oil and Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC) has invested £300,000 in three new projects with the potential to improve efficiency and cut costs in the energy industry.
A leading renewables body has rejected claims made by a UK government report that there are not enough British firms in the offshore wind supply chain.
US firm Apache has announced it has made a 10million-barrel oil discovery in the North Sea.
Leading members of Scotland’s energy sector and wider business community have united to create a new mentoring programme, aimed at increasing the number of women in senior executive roles.
Greenpeace activists have brought to an end their protest on a Statoil-operated oil platform in Norway.
The second phase of an international study has been announced to boost the reliability of tidal and wave energy systems.
The UK’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is to recover £4.4million pounds lost in a corruption case involving bribes to Chadian diplomats in the US and Canada.
A Norwegian offshore union has said that Aberdeen-based Stena Drilling is “not wanted” in the country’s waters following a row.
Compliance with a deal to cut global oil output reached record levels in February, according to a committee of OPEC and non-OPEC countries.
A major UK Government report has described a lack of UK firms in the offshore wind supply chain as a “missed opportunity”.