Petrofac has been awarded a three-year contract in the UK with ONEgas, a joint venture between Shell and Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij (NAM).
Jobs are at risk at contractor Petrofac after Repsol Sinopec announced “organisational changes” are to be made at the Flotta oil terminal in Orkney.
Nearly 120 people have now been linked to a Covid outbreak on board the Shell Shearwater production hub in the North Sea.
Bristow has announced a series of contract extensions for helicopter operations with Equinor, Shell and Neptune Energy in Norway.
Neptune Energy has signed a number of agreements in order to progress its plans for a blue hydrogen – CCS scheme on England's east coast.
A total of 18 workers have been flown ashore or are currently isolating on board the Taqa North Cormorant platform after workers tested positive for Covid-19.
The Biden administration is preparing to release a blueprint for limiting sales of US drilling rights that falls short of the outright ban sought by some environmentalists, as the rising oil and gasoline price highlight the risks of curtailing domestic crude production.
Shell has abandoned its final attempt to argue that a major lawsuit brought by thousands of Nigerians over an oil spill in the West African country should be heard in Nigeria rather than the UK.
The Energy Institute has said the majority of UK workers plan to train for net zero in the coming year, but concerns persist on cost, timing, and availability of courses.
The energy sector is highly competitive and it is undeniable that the use of information technology plays a vital role in the success of a company. As a result, there is a high demand for professionals who can apply IT solutions to problems faced within this industry.
NEO Energy has said it has “rapidly expanded” since the oil price crash brought it down to losses in its first full year of trading.
Union bosses and Shetland Islands Council have reached a deal to end a long-running dispute at Sullom Voe oil and gas terminal.
A North Sea oil rig has played a role in bringing Marvel’s new movie Black Widow to life.
‘There is a discernible gap between the rhetoric and the reality’: Fairfield Decom MD on decision to cease trading
Following the news that Fairfield Decom will cease trading, Graeme Fergusson, managing director, shares his thoughts on the sector and the immediate risks that it faces.
Harbour Energy is facing sanctions from Argentina over an oil and gas project in contested waters off the Falklands.
Aberdeen-headquartered Parkmead Group has agreed a €565,000 (£485K) deal to boost its holding in several onshore gas fields in the Netherlands.
Maersk Drilling has been awarded a contract extension with Equinor at the Martin Linge field worth around $10.5million.
Australia will challenge a court ruling that orders the government to consider climate change impacts from a planned coal mine expansion, a decision seen as clouding the prospects for any new fossil fuels projects.
On this week’s EVOL, we talk about the Pemex “ring of fire” in the Gulf of Mexico, which has raised some serious environmental questions. We then move on to Hamish’s tale of the “mud explosion” in the Caspian, which has the team scratching their heads.
Aberdeen’s National Decommissioning Centre (NDC) and local firm Aubin Group have been awarded a share of an £800,000 fund to develop new technology for installing offshore wind farms.
Shell has flown 85 workers to shore following a Covid outbreak at the Shearwater production hub in the North Sea.
i3 Energy, headquartered in Aberdeenshire, has declared its first dividend of 16 pence per share.
Subsea 7 has announced an agreement to combine its renewables division with Norway’s OHT ASA (Offshore Heavy Transport).
CNOOC has hit a key milestone ahead of first production from phase 2 of the huge Buzzard oilfield in the North Sea.
The director of Taqa decommissioning operations has said it is “poised” for significant activity in the coming months.