With the largest fleet of hydrogen buses in Europe and the UK’s first integrated hydrogen generation and bus refuelling station, Aberdeen is at the forefront of several exciting hydrogen projects.
Impairment charges of £265million from a “prolonged downturn and weaker outlook in the North Sea” have taken Prosafe to a heavy loss in the third quarter.
An industry body will warn there is “much more to be done” to prevent major leaks in the North Sea at an Aberdeen conference later.
An Aberdeen-headquartered company is facing a further legal battle after winning a £33million ruling over a major North Sea pipeline system.
It was the beginning of an exciting week when Greenpeace announced they had sent activists to the middle of the North Sea to climb the remains of Shell’s Brent platforms, brandishing signs of “clean up your mess”.
Plans are under way to build a development with more than 100 houses on the outskirts of the city.
At the Offshore Decommissioning Conference which Oil and Gas UK co-hosts with Decom North Sea, OGUK will launch its flagship Decommissioning Insight report and highlight new supplementary guidelines which capture how fast the sector’s knowledge of project scopes has grown in recent years.
The cost of ignoring mental health issues in the workplace is too steep to ignore.
Integrity management specialist Plant Integrity Management (PIM) is joining forces with EPCC, a high performance computing (HPC) research specialist based in Edinburgh, to investigate the benefits of cutting-edge data analysis and artificial intelligence to the integrity management sector of the oil and gas industry.
The Treasury has said it “remains committed” to changes to contractor pay rules by April, despite a delayed budget and the upcoming general election.
The number of North Sea projects approved so far this year is well below Oil and Gas Authority predictions, according to a leading analyst firm.
Subsea scanning specialist Viewport3 has announced its entry into the UK decommissioning market with a pair of new contracts worth a combined £100,000.
Westwood Global Energy reports that, as of October 29, there were four active exploration wells and four appraisal wells drilling in the UK.
Westwood Global Energy reports there were three exploration wells and three appraisal wells active at the end of October.
Exxon Mobil Corp. profits fell in the third quarter, the company reported Friday.
Heerema Marine Contractors, owner of two of the world’s largest offshore crane vessels, has announced plans to power them with energy produced by wind turbines.
Shell has received the green light to decommission its Goldeneye platform in the North Sea.
North Sea operators must reduce the almost 30-year window it takes to bring new discoveries to development, according to a new report.
North Sea operator Neo Energy has given £2.5million in funding to a leading research and training body for the UK energy sector.
TV personality Vernon Kay is to host this year’s prestigious Press and Journal Energy Ball.
Dallas engineering, procurement and engineering company Fluor posted a nearly three-quarter billion dollar loss during the third quarter amid a company-wide overhaul.
The transition to a lower-carbon energy sector will be the key topic of the flagship conference for the Southern North Sea next year.
Valaris has sunk into the red as it seeks to sell off an ageing semi-submersible drilling rig.
US operator Apache has announced its plans to have first production from its Storr project in the North Sea next month.
An investigation has been launched after a substance which can cause suffocation was found in an offshore diver’s breathing gas.