Hunting has said the group is positioned “well for the year ahead” after a strong finish to 2020, coupled with a more buoyant market outlook.
Yemen’s Houthi rebels said they launched missile and drone strikes against a Saudi Arabian oil facility and a military base, as their attacks on the kingdom’s energy and security installations multiply.
High shipping costs could prevent green hydrogen produced in Scotland from being exported globally.
The potential for subsea companies to benefit from the forecasted floating offshore wind boom will be explored in a three-part webinar series starting next week.
Most OPEC+ members increased oil exports in February despite pledges by the cartel to keep supply steady.
OPEC+ is poised to agree a production increase this week as it seeks to cool a rapid rally in crude prices.
Storegga Geotechnologies is to give the Acorn carbon capture and storage (CCS) project a financial boost after securing additional capital.
Exxon Mobil Corp. expects to cut about 300 jobs in the Asian oil-trading hub of Singapore by the end of 2021, part of a global retrenchment that was announced last year.
Over the last year, labour markets in Latin America and the Caribbean have faced an unprecedented unemployment problem.
Oilfield services company Saipem is exploring opportunities in the carbon capture and storage (CCS) space with a new collaboration agreement.
Pandemic restrictions in 2020 caused the largest absolute drop in carbon-dioxide pollution from energy use since World War II.
Tidal energy developers could soon be using drones to determine the best spots for placing underwater turbines.
Scotland’s National Clinical Director has confirmed the trio who tested positive in Aberdeen for the Brazilian Covid variant worked in oil and gas.
Baker Hughes and Akastor ASA have announced plans to form a joint venture company to provide global offshore drilling solutions.
On 10 February 2021 the UK Government published a consultation paper seeking views on an approach to sequencing the deployment of carbon capture, usage, and storage (CCUS) clusters.
The Government must earmark £10 billion for 250,000 green apprenticeships over the next three years to minimise the long-term economic damage of the coronavirus pandemic, an environmental group says.
A London energy firm is aiming to develop “disruptive technologies” to address energy storage challenges after successfully completing a lucrative funding round
Exxon Mobil appointed activist investor Jeff Ubben and former Comcast Corp. executive Michael Angelakis to its board following investor criticism of the oil giant for its environmental record and poor financial performance.
An oil boss has been sentenced to three and a half years in prison for conspiring with others to bribe public officials to secure lucrative oil contracts in post-war Iraq.
Aberdeen-headquartered Nucore Group has made a strong start to 2021, bagging two North Sea contracts worth a combined £1.2 million.
Oil rebounded from its biggest slump since November ahead of a key OPEC+ meeting that may see some supply returned to a fast-tightening market.
If there’s one part of India’s economy that’s been relatively unscathed by the devastating impact of Covid-19 it’s the vast rural hinterlands. And the country’s biggest fuel retailers are sitting up and taking notice.
Decom North Sea (DNS) has confirmed its fourth Decom Awards will take place virtually for the second year running.
Oil and gas giant Chevron has invested in a Swedish private investment company as it tries to expand its clean energy offering.
First power has been generated from RWE Renewables’ Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm off the east coast of England.