Deep Offshore Technology International Conference and Exhibition (DOT) is delighted to welcome senior flow assurance consultant, Dr Fujiang Zhu of Wood Group Kenny tomorrow to advise on optimising project experiences in the North Sea.
There are big changes happening in the world of well control training that are going to make it even easier for people to drive their careers in the oil and gas industry.
It wasn't that long ago that there was debated uncertainty surrounding the future of the North Sea and all the industries linked to its operation paid close attention.
RENEWABLE energy sources are expected to contribute up to 80% of global energy supply by 2050, a new 1,000-page report published by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) claims.
Royal Dutch Shell said yesterday that Chancellor George Osborne's £10billion raid on North Sea operators would add £366million to its tax bill by the end of next year.
A survivor of the Piper Alpha disaster has welcomed a scholarship on safety in the oil and gas industry, created in memory of those who died.
North Sea assets of BP could be next in line if shareholders succeed in forcing the oil giant into any more sales, an Aberdeen-based energy expert said yesterday.
Oil giant BP faced the wrath of protesters inside and outside its annual meeting yesterday, with some of them even trying to storm the stage.
Oil giant BP's £10billion share-swap with Russian state-owned Rosneft was dealt another blow yesterday after a tribunal blocked the deal until further notice.
A trapped piece of drill pipe prevented a fail-safe device from stopping last year's massive BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, a US government investigation has found.
ROYAL Dutch Shell set out "ambitious" production targets yesterday as it embarked on a fresh wave of growth to meet soaring demand from emerging markets.
BP has not paid its new chief executive or his predecessor bonuses in the wake of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, its annual report revealed yesterday.
Getting the UK off the "oil hook" will make the country's economy more secure and stable, Energy and Climate Change Secretary Chris Huhne said yesterday.
Oil giant BP is suspending operations in Libya as the escalating violence pushed the price of oil to new two-year highs.
An Aberdeen-based international drilling and engineering contractor confirmed last night it was evacuating its expatriate workers from Libya amid the escalating violence.
CHARIOT Oil & Gas has identified a single 500sq km mega-structure within its licence area offshore Namibia, following 3D analysis.
LUNDIN Petroleum has started its Tellus exploration well in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea, on block 16/1.
BRAZIL'S Petrobras has made a new discovery of good-quality oil in the pre-salt reservoirs of Block BM-S-9, in the ultra deepwater Santos Basin.
THE SapuraAcergy joint venture has been awarded a $160million contract by PTTEP Australasia, for the redevelopment of the Montara field in the southern Timor Sea.
ACTEON'S InterMoor unit has been contracted by Cameron International to design and fabricate 11 suction piles for the Chevron-operated Jack and St Malo fields, in the US sector of the Gulf of Mexico.
TONY Hayward, the former BP chief executive who stepped down in the wake of the Deepwater Horizon explosion in the Gulf of Mexico, is reportedly in talks to launch a global oil company.
Oil and gas giant Royal Dutch Shell outshone troubled rival BP yesterday, with a near-doubling of annual profits to £11.5billion.
BP's new chief executive shifted focus at the oil giant to the "future rather than the legacy of the past" yesterday as it revealed the Gulf of Mexico oil spill sent the company to its first loss in nearly 20 years.