Subsea 7 S.A has announced it has won a “substantial” contract from BP Exploration for assets offshore Azerbaijan, with the work to be supported in Aberdeen.
An agency tasked with cleaning up Nigeria’s murky oil industry says even though financial accountability has improved the state oil company still hasn’t explained billions of dollars of missing revenue.
Short-selling is creeping back into the oil market as fears increase that the U.S. will be awash with oil again.
Energy giant Statoil has been granted a permit for exploration drilling near the Visund field in the Norwegian North Sea.
Shamed Aberdeen Donside MSP Mark McDonald has claimed he is “ready to learn from my mistakes” when he embarks on a career as an independent politician.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm Wood has won a contract to develop the world’s largest crude oil to chemicals (COTC) project for Saudi Aramco and SABIC.
“The UK has got a problem where there is almost a systemic lack of information and encouragement for capable young women to consider, not just engineering, but broadly the science and technology careers.”
Everyone knows that when you cut Aberdeen it bleeds energy, but that doesn’t mean the imminent arrival of the world’s most powerful windfarm just off the coastline of Aberdeen hasn’t been a long time coming for Morag McCorkindale and Jean Morrison.
Women make up close to 40% of the world’s workforce. In the global oil and gas industry, that figure is a more modest 22%, however, with more than 2.1million people being employed by the world’s 10 largest oil and gas companies alone, the number of women involved is certainly significant.
A posting to the Middle East was the making of Aberdeen businesswoman Jo McIntosh.
All signs point to a brighter 2018 for an Aberdeen-based oilfield signage designer.
Students from the University of Aberdeen are designing a hydrogen-fuelled car as they prepare to compete against teams from around the world in Shell’s Eco-marathon.
The oil and gas industry can be doing significantly more when it comes to investment in technology and, in turn, protecting jobs in the new year.
Ineos Shale has been denied a permit for a fracking project in South Yorkshire.
Scottish goods exports have risen by nearly a fifth, with oil and gas the fastest rising, according to new figures.
Wintershall has dismissed concerns that a ruling from the Norwegian energy ministry could cause issues for its Nova project.
German exploration firm Wintershall says it will engage with the UK government over a move which would see a Russian billionaire becoming part-owner of a North Sea gas field.
A production cap on the earthquake-stricken Groningen gas field proves the need for Europe’s controversial Nordstream 2 pipeline, according to a leading analyst.
German exploration and production firm Witnershall has confirmed it intends make bids in the next offshore licensing round in Brazil.
Wintershall CEO Mario Mehren has claimed that the German oil company will continue to grow, even if its planned merger with DEA does not go through.
Freezing temperatures have resulted in several North Sea platforms being down-manned, with one understood to be facing a crew revolt over working conditions.
French energy giant Total has announced the rollout of a new app for paying at the pumps.
A pair of North Sea vessels have been filmed fighting huge waves to make it to Aberdeen Harbour today.
The "biggest ever" leg encircling crane (LEC) has been installed on an offshore platform in a Dutch port.
Workers have been evacuated from a North Sea platform following an issue with its water supply.