Eni has suspended its drilling in an offshore project in the Black Sea over sanctions imposed by the US, according to Reuters.
“Health risks from benzene exposure” and “work-related musculo-skeletal disorders” are among the issues uncovered in a recent audit of Aker BP’s Ivar Aasen installation.
Oil services firm Subsea 7 has announced it has been awarded a “sizeable” contract from Statoil for work on the Johan Castberg field development in the Barents Sea.
The Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) is ramping up plans to invest millions of pounds to tackle key industry challenges.
Score Energy has expanded its field services division, creating six new jobs.
An issue with the water supply at the North Sea Magnus platform, which led to a contamination issue with diesel last year, has now been fixed.
The Unite trade union said yesterday it would ballot members on industrial action over a dispute about training for offshore scaffolders.
Altus Intervention has acquired a package of industry-leading thru-tubing products and services for an undisclosed sum.
The value of jackup rigs has increased by 36% over the last year due sustained strength shown in the oil price, according to analytical website vesselsvalue.com.
A partnership of BP and Kosmos Energy has won the rights to exploration areas off the coast of West Africa, according to a news report.
Offshore – dead and buried, thanks to onshore shale? Not quite.
Oil and Gas companies in charge of critical infrastructure in the UK could be targeted by a “crippling” cyber-attack within the next two years, according to a security chief.