Offshore support company Viking SeaTech has secured a string of contracts that will run until 2016.
Concerns over job security and future investment in the oil and gas sector are shaping the chemical engineering vote, a survey has suggested.
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The UK government today called for a global climate deal.
UK-based company Corac Group's revenue has increased 20%, the company announced today.
Pacific Energy Development has completed the drilling of three back-to-back wells and has started work on a second trio of wells.
The first independent scientific study into improving wind turbine performance has confirmed that nacelle-mounted LIDAR reduces yaw misalignment.
Tensions over claims to the Arctic Circle's energy resources have risen after Russia sent a naval convoy to reopen a military base in support of Vladimir Putin's claims to the area.
Renewable electricity supplier Good Energy is hoping to raise money for more renewable energy products in the UK after the success of a star-studded crowdfunding party.
Oil and Gas UK’s upcoming supply chain seminar will focus on fresh ideas.
The anaerobic digestion (AD) industry is set to double in size over the next two years, according to research by Scottish Renewables. AD refers to the generation of electricity by producing gas from vegetable peelings, paper and other organic material that has been rotted in a chamber.
Statoil has abandoned its wild cat well in the Gulf of Mexico after if failed uncover any commercial returns.
DOF Subsea has landed a multi-million pound contract for work on two construction projects in West Africa.
Tampnet confirmed its fourth 4G service in now operational in the North Sea.
The Offshore Survey Conference today made a call for papers as the November deadline looms.
The RWE Gwynty Môr Offshore windfarm has reached an important milestone after clearance certificates were issued for the project in Liverpool Bay.
Robert Gordon University (RGU) will launch a new technology centre focused on cultivating data analytics for the oil and gas sector.
World leaders gathered in Samoa for the Small Island Developing States Summit were greeted with an unexpected photo message.
Shamaran Petroleum has resumed drilling operations in Iraq after the conflict-ridden area was deemed too volatile to stay in.
GexCon today announced the release of a software package aimed at plugging an industry "missing link".