Energy giant BP has told shareholders its net zero transition is “deepened and accelerated” by the Covid-19 pandemic, but kept quiet on the fine print.
Greenpeace is staging a “socially distanced protest” outside BP’s London headquarters as the energy giant is due to begin its annual general meeting.
A North Sea support vessel firm has welcomed a government move to exempt oil workers from quarantine rules.
There remains “doubt and questioning” around the UK Government’s quarantine exemption for offshore workers and the potential spread of Covid-19, according to a union boss.
An Aberdeen firm has ramped up to testing more than 500 offshore workers per day for Covid-19.
The chief executives of 12 major oil and gas firms have written an open letter saying the Covid-19 pandemic won't delay climate action but has instead "sharpened" the focus on it.
Scots legal experts join forces for ‘pioneering’ online service to solve costly oil and gas disputes
A crack team of six respected members of Scotland’s legal system have joined forces to provide a “pioneering” online solution to costly disputes in the oil and gas sector.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has published new research in a bid to show the continued need for North Sea resources, despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
The UK Government has approved Taqa’s plans to decommission the topsides of the 32-year-old Eider platform in the North Sea.
A drone has been used to deliver a package to the world's largest construction vessel in the Netherlands.
Nigerian economic growth beat estimates in the first quarter as oil production rose to the highest in at least four years.
Oil rose as the head of the International Energy Agency forecast demand will likely grow past its level before the global pandemic.
The company that owns the Warhammer tabletop game has become as valuable as the owner of Britain’s largest energy supplier.
Trade body Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) said it is “continuing to work with the government” on sector-specific guidance for easing the lockdown in the industry.
Industry chiefs are fighting in Westminster and Capitol Hill to support global helicopter firms that operate in the UK North Sea, warning some “will probably not survive”.
A call has been made to resurrect a Scottish Government programme to protect oil and gas jobs as thousands of workers face redundancy.
An oil worker who helped oversee construction of BP’s Clair Ridge and Equinor’s giant Aasta Hansteen installation is now building up a new mental health platform for the industry.
BP put workers "in harm’s way" during a fire on the ETAP installation, being left without water pumps to extinguish it, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has warned.
An “unprecedented” number of enquiries amid the latest oil downturn is expected to see an Aberdeen-based business nearly double its headcount and boost turnover.
Demand for hydraulic fracturing services in shale plays across the United States is expected to reach rock bottom in May and stay low in the summer before a recovery begins in the fall, the Norwegian global energy research firm Rystad Energy reported.
U.S. oil prices aren’t expected to repeat last month’s unprecedented collapse into negative territory, industry experts say, because the nation’s stockpile has slowly decreased, easing a storage crisis, while traders “learned their lesson.”
A redeveloped Highland port is aiming to use a stricken cargo ship to showcase its credentials for oil and gas decommissioning.
Elevator, the Aberdeen-based business support organisation, said yesterday it had won a “major” contract to help Scotland achieve its net zero carbon ambitions.
Aberdeen-based offshore catering firm ESS Support Services Worldwide has announced plans to cut dozens of jobs due to a “dramatic decrease” in demand.
Aberdeen-headquartered Stena Drilling has lost a legal case over "mass layoffs" on a North Sea rig but vowed to take its fight further to Norway's Supreme Court.