Mexico will today hold its most important oil auction since reforms to the country’s energy sector in 2013.
Premier Oil has been awarded an exploration license in Indonesia’s North Sumatra basin.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has announced it will proceed with plans to improve electricity transmission around the north-east.
A memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the UK Ghana Chamber of Commerce and its Scottish counterpart will be signed in Aberdeen next week.
Baker Hughes, a GE Company (BHGE) and TechnipFMC have signed an agreement to develop digital applications to make Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plants become more efficient.
Statoil has pulled out of negotiations for a 25.5% stake in a gas block off Mozambique, according to Reuters.
Statoil has been given consent by Norway’s offshore watchdog for use of mobile drilling facilities in its Johan Sverdrup, Sigyn and Visund fields.
CHC has announced a new contract to support Statoil’s operations off the coast of Brazil.
Tendeka has carried out a successful field trial of an industry-first wireless intelligent completions system.
Troubled commodities trader Noble Group has agreed a deal to restructure its debt, at the cost of current shareholders facing near wipe out.
An issue with a blocked drain which caused a North Sea platform to be partially down-manned has been resolved.
Baker Hughes, a General Electric Company (BGHE) has announced a series of contracts and partnerships with firms including Shell and Maersk at its annual meeting in Italy.
Norway's Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) has issued an order to Engie E& P Norge over a gas leak from a North Sea platform.
The Shetland coastguard helicopter has been used to carry out emergency medical evacuations for two workers from separate North Sea platforms.
The new UK energy minister, Claire Perry, says the goal is to retrieve “every last drop” of oil that can be economically recovered from the North Sea.
Newly-appointed Energy Minister, Claire Perry, says the UK Government wants to look at Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) “really seriously”, just over two years after Westminster axed a £1billion grant to develop the technology.
Wellesley Petroleum has hired a Transocean semi-submersible rig for work in the northern North Sea.
Tamrotor Marine Compressors (TMC) has won a contract for an undisclosed sum to equip a floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel being constructed in China.
TAQA has announced a £50million plan to extend the life of its oil and gas fields by years in the northern North Sea.
Matt Dawson is perhaps best known as the scrum-half in the 2003 rugby World Cup-winning England team, and for his appearances on the BBC’s “A question of sport”.
iSurvey has been awarded contracts totalling £250,000 for work in offshore wind.
OEG Offshore has delivered several contracts for Remotely Operated Vehicle control modules worth £1.8 million.
An oil and gas entrepreneur has launched a new venture to help Scottish firms build trade links with southeast Asia.
Delegates from across the oil and gas industry are being invited to a networking event to learn about the current state of the subsea industry and what is in store for the future.
Aker BP has been granted permission to use the Maersk Interceptor drilling facility in the North Sea.