A man has died on a North Sea platform.
Eight low-carbon technology developers will go head-to-head for funding at Shell’s Springboard competition in Aberdeen next week.
BP is seeking to sell-off its stake in Egypt’s Gulf of Suez Oil Company (GUPCO), according to a news report.
Advances in technology could cut lifecycle costs of producing oil and gas by nearly a third by 2050, according to BP.
A court has set a European precedent for punishing shipowners for sending vessels to dangerous scrapping yards in South Asia.
Global oil demand is expected to increase by 1.5million barrels per day (b/d) to 99.3million, according to the latest forecast from the International Energy Agency (IEA).
Shell is close to winning a deal to supply Singapore with liquefied natural gas (LNG), according to a news report.
Aberdeen’s Enpro Subsea has signed a pact with Norwegian firm DOF Subsea to pursue targets in the Atlantic region.
Statoil earlier today announced proposals to change its name to Equinor.
A laboratory shrunk into a microchip, pipelines that are “zipped” together, and a sponge that can help “soak up” oil spills are some of the ideas that have been granted funding in a new scheme from the Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC).
A row has broken out between an Aberdeen-based drilling firm and a Norwegian union over access to an offshore rig.
A “number” of World War Two bombs have been detonated amid a clearance campaign for a North Sea windfarm.
Malaysian national energy firm Petronas has made an arrangement with Japan's Tokyo Gas to supply it with LNG for 13 years.
A new testing centre for the use of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) has been opened in the Netherlands by Norwegian firm DNV GL.
One of the giants of offshore engineering arrived in Dundee today — and made a suitably big impression.
OPEC for the first time is forecasting that new oil supplies from its rivals will exceed growth in demand this year as the U.S. industry thrives.
Eni has successfully spudded an exploration well in the Rabat Deep licensing area off the coast of Morrocco.
The chairman of the UK's energy regulator has urged the sector to "keep drilling and keep working together" as he stands down from the role.
After a decade planning the world’s largest floating gas export plant, Royal Dutch Shell Plc’s supplies could get tapped by a competitor first.
Aberdeen’s new £333million exhibition and conference centre will be open by next autumn and could compete with “the best arenas in the world”, according to the city council’s leadership.
The government of Western Australia (WA) has unveiled plans to create a liquefied natural gas (LNG) jobs taskforce.
Aberdeenshire-based ROV specialist M² Subsea has appointed a new global sales and marketing director as it looks to drive international expansion.
London-headquartered SDX energy has announced an oil discovery in Egypt.
U.S. shale drillers have locked in higher prices for almost half of the oil they plan to pump this year, with oil hedges climbing above the historical average as producers take advantage of $60 a barrel oil.