Excitement is building for the 2018 Press and Journal Energy Voice Gold Awards, one of the most prestigious events in the Scottish business calendar, and many people are wondering who will be next to join the “hall of fame”.
Kintore-based Marine Technical Limits have appointed a new Lead Naval Architect to expand their services.
There’s arguably no bigger spectacle in the oil and gas industry than the annual Houston conference that attracts tens of thousands of people from more than 100 countries for a mix of carnivalesque pageantry, massive displays of drilling rig equipment, wonkish technical meetings and, of course, after-hours parties.
Aberdeen-based Stena drilling has secured a fresh contract for work on the giant Samo prospect off the coast of Gambia.
Energy giant Shell has reported an increase in pre-tax earnings of £1.3billion for the start of 2018.
BP has announced former Statoil and BG Group CEO Helge Lund as its new chairman.
Energy giant Statoil has released images of work being carried out on three major projects set for the Norwegian Sea.
Stena Drilling has “pulled back” from a major redundancy position after securing fresh North Sea work with Total.
An event highlighting emerging opportunities in Saudi Arabia is being hosted in Aberdeen next month.
Subsea 7 has posted a loss of £21million in its first quarter results, compared to earnings of £147million in the same period last year.
The Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) has published a report into a collision between a bulk carrier and an oil tanker in the Dover Strait.
A small island between Orkney and Shetland is on course to enjoy a 24-hour electricity supply for the first time by the end of September.
Australia is on track to match Qatar as the world’s biggest liquefied natural gas exporter next year. The boost to the budget bottom line? Virtually nil.
It's the modern gold rush. Around the world, the most sought-after mineral isn't a precious metal, nor is it oil and gas…it's lithium.
OPEC’s output cuts as well as outages in Venezuala have offset projected drilling activity in 2018.
McDermott International has stated it remains “fully committed” to its merger with CB&I following Subsea 7’s rejected takeover bid.
Increasing activity in the oil and gas and renewables sectors has seen one of the Highlands’ major fabrication firms double its workforce in recent week and take on nine new trainees.
US oil major ExxonMobil has pledged £5.2million in order to help fight malaria.
Developers have abandoned plans to extend a controversial wind farm in Moray.
UK-based Subsea 7 has restated its interest in acquiring U.S rival McDermott.
Global Energy Group (GEG) is setting its sights on winning a bigger share of the subsea oil and gas fabrication market after expanding its operations at Aberdeen Harbour.
Ineos has submitted decommissioning plans for its Windermere platform in the southern North Sea.
A £1million investment has been revealed by the Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) in four projects to help unlock the 3.4billion barrels of oil and gas in “small pools” in the North Sea.
Aberdeen-based consultancy Dekra Organisational Reliability has been awarded a £544,000 contract to train ConocoPhillips staff in Western Australia.
BP chief executive Bob Dudley has urged Cambridge University not to give in to pressure from students and academics to cut investments in fossil fuels.