Energy services firm Proserv has acquired a minority stake in Glasgow based power system monitoring expert Synaptec.
Demonstrators are planning to dress up as the bosses of Shell, BP and Gazprom this weekend in protest against the energy price cap rise.
Norway’s offshore watchdog has urged “increased vigilance” after unidentified drones were spotted near North Sea platforms.
A 30-year-old Peterhead shotblasting firm has gone bust, with most of the jobs among a 13-strong workforce axed.
Taqa’s share of the decommissioning bill for the Greater Brae Area (GBA) has increased by more than $350 million after a licence partner defaulted on its liability.
A senior renewables figure at BP (LON: BP) has likened offshore wind to, arguably, the biggest rock band of all time.
Valaris’ (NYSE: VAL) new senior vice president and chief commercial officer (COO) has officially taken up his role.
The Catering Offshore Trade Association (COTA) says it is "extremely disappointed" offshore caterers voted to snub its latest pay offer.
Employment and tax experts have roundly hailed the Chancellor’s shock pledge to scrap contentious IR35 reforms.
Proceeds from the UK Government’s windfall tax are expected to top £7 billion this year, about £2bn more than originally thought.
A detailed timeline of the events that delayed the start-up of Harbour Energy’s (LON:HBR) Tolmount gas field has been published.
A handful of North Sea oil and gas schemes have been included in a list of infrastructure projects the UK Government is aiming to fast track.
The Chancellor has pledged to repeal controversial changes to off-payroll working laws in a bid to boost the labour market.
Hydrogen UK says sector must ‘keep foot on gas’ to cash in on ‘multi-trillion dollar global industry’
A top hydrogen industry figure has urged the UK to “keep the foot on the gas” to accelerate the development of the sector.
Longboat Energy (LON: LBE) has struck a deal to secure a rig, opening the door for the spudding of a North Sea exploration well.
Some of the North Sea’s biggest players have been included on the shortlist for this year’s prestigious Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) Awards.
Jersey Oil and Gas is making “great progress” in its quest to find a partner for the Greater Buchan Area (GBA) redevelopment.
Liz Truss faces a political backlash after lifting England's fracking ban, with anger from Tory MPs and the threat that opposition parties will use the excuse to drum up support in key electoral battlegrounds.
Westminster has been accused by environmental groups of “abdicating all responsibility” for tackling climate change.
NSTA moving ‘at pace’ to launch offshore licensing round after climate compatibility checkpoint revealed
It has been confirmed the upcoming offshore licensing round will kick off “early next month” after ministers gave long-awaited clarity about the UK’s climate compatibility checkpoint.
Industry has to respond to Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) call for representations for additions to shortage occupation list
A shortage of skilled workers is already costing the UK dear as various industries try in vain to attract staff.