Oil and gas giant BP is set to work with a shareholder activist group towards a climate resolution, it announced today.
Almost 40% of the North Sea workforce has been cut as operators attempt to wrestle with the growing coronavirus crisis.
Scottish operator Cairn Energy has announced "significant reductions" to its capital expenditure across its North Sea producing assets.
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) will work with hotels to create “safe havens” for returning offshore workers with suspected Covid-19 cases, its safety boss said last night.
The burden of the COVID-19 pandemic weighs heavily on us all.
The delayed shutdown of the Forties Pipeline System could increase North Sea production to around three million barrels per day (bpd), according to an energy research firm.
It was only in early February that Charles Roemer was talking up the prospects of his latest energy project: a natural gas plant that would capture and sell tons of carbon dioxide to oil producers when it got turned on in 2026.
Hydropower—converting moving water into energy—is the single biggest source of clean power in the world, but relies on a 200-year-old technology that hasn't changed all that much.
Three of the largest drilling rig operators in Texas are making budget cuts and bracing for the worst as a global glut of crude oil and falling demand due to the coronavirus pandemic are expected to cause the U.S. rig count to plummet.
A Scottish administrator has said it is “in conversation” with a number of wind farm funds about providing coronavirus relief.
An offshore worker trapped in Ghana has accused bosses of placing him in a “dangerous situation” and not acting quickly enough to get him home to his disabled son.
RockRose Energy hasn't experienced any "adverse impact" on its North Sea operations due to the Covid-19 outbreak, according to the firm's boss.
Hotel rooms should be used to isolate suspected coronavirus infected workers returning from offshore platforms, according to Scottish trade unions.
Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) has reported a profit hike in its 2019 end of year financial results.
Green forms of liquefied methane could be a viable fuel for ships to help the industry meet greenhouse-gas emission reduction targets, a study showed.
The world’s biggest developer of offshore wind farms is weighing nearly $13 billion worth of projects in Taiwan, saying that so far the coronavirus outbreak hasn’t shifted its optimism about the region.
Houston exploration and production company Occidental Petroleum is enacting across pay cuts after making a second round of budget cuts as crude oil prices remain stuck at record lows.
Energy giant Ineos has announced it is to postpone the planned shutdown of its Forties Pipeline until August.
Norwegian energy giant Equinor has announced a £2.5 billion package of measures to help strengthen its financial position during the coronavirus outbreak.
Oil and gas operator EnQuest is understood to have multiple suspected coronavirus cases on board a Northern North Sea platform.
North Sea oil and gas “must be part of the response” to Scotland’s economic woes once a solution to the coronavirus outbreak has been found, a trade union has said.
An oil and gas industry in “survival mode” could put plans to transition to a cleaner energy sector “on the back burner”, according to a top analyst.
Scottish marine energy firm Simec Atlantis Energy has scooped a £1.5 million grant from the Scottish Government to develop its Meygen tidal turbine project.
The leading U.S. solar-trade group is warning the fallout from the coronavirus could slash the industry’s workforce in half.