Hunting, said yesterday it was positioned to exceed full-year market expectations following a strong performance from July 1 to October 28.
BG Group said yesterday that production from the first permanent floating production vessel on the Tupi field in block BM-S-11 in the Santos Basin, offshore Brazil had begun.
Petrofac, the international oil and gas facility service provider, has been awarded a contract worth more than £500million.
Subsea 7 said yesterday that market indicators continued to be positive in the medium to longer term.
Faroe Petroleum said yesterday it would pay £60million and farm out a 20% interest in three Atlantic Margin exploration licences to acquire an 18% interest in the Blane oil field.
CB RICHARD Ellis, the commercial-property agent, has just published its latest global energy cities report.
Aberdeen oil and gas operator Dana Petroleum said yesterday chief executive Tom Cross had resigned and would leave the company on Monday, November 8.
A Canadian oil and gas company announced "significant upward revisions" yesterday of estimated resources in its operated Cladhan oil field north-east of Shetland.
BP'S NEW chief executive has said safety is so important to the company that it will be the only measure for staff bonuses in the final quarter of this year.
PLEXUS Holdings, an Aberdeen-based oil and gas engineering service business, said yesterday there was increasing industry awareness of the benefits of its proprietary POS-GRIP wellhead equipment following events in the Gulf of Mexico.
Rockhopper Exploration, an oil and gas explorer focused 100% on the South Atlantic, yesterday said it planned to raise £200million to carry on its work off the Falkland Islands.
Subsea UK chief executive Alistair Birnie will be urging business and governments to learn lessons from oil and gas when tackling new energy challenges at a European event on Wednesday.
DOWNHOLE monitoring specialist Zenith Oilfield Technology is going from strength to strength by securing more contracts and seven new well trials.
Aberdeen-based First Oil said yesterday it had another successful year in the 12 months to the end of April.
Desire Petroleum saw its shares dive yesterday after it said an exploration well on the Rachel prospect was dry.
Offshore drilling on the UK continental shelf (UKCS) fell by 20% during the third quarter of 2010 compared with a year earlier.
Decom North Sea staged its first major conference last week, at Dunblane, in partnership with UK Oil and Gas to a capacity audience.
Nautical Petroleum, the North Sea-focused heavy-oil specialist, said yesterday the year to June 30 and the months since had been outstanding.
New Aberdeen-based oil and gas company DEO Petroleum, set up last year to seek acquisitions of North Sea assets, announced its first deal yesterday.
Oil and Gas UK and Decom North Sealaunched the first day of their sellout offshore decommissioning conference yesterday at Dunblane.
The Global Energy Group, which has its main offices in Aberdeen and Inverness, was rewarded last week for topping a league table of the UK's privately owned companies with the fastest growing overseas sales.
Oil and Gas UK and Decom North Sea are to open their 2010 Offshore Decommissioning Conference today in the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel at Dunblane, where 190 delegates are booked to attend.
ABERDEEN oil and gas consultancy Altra Energy has launched a new service offering expertise in vibration measurement and analysis.
Subsea 7 said yesterday it had been awarded a major engineering, procurement, installation and commissioning pipeline contract by Total E&P UK.
Aker Qserv, the Portlethen-based company whose principal activity is oil field services both onshore and offshore in the UK and globally, says in its annual report for 2009 the year was challenging.