BP Chairman Carl-Henric Svanberg today praised his team's "seriously impressive" performance amid the oil downturn.
Investigators have revealed it took just 30 seconds for a routine helicopter flight to turn into a tragic disaster.
Pilot error led to a fatal helicopter crash off Shetland that killed four people, the Air Accidents Investigation Branch said today.
The UK Government has been warned a rush to early decommissioning in the North Sea could result in "tragedy" for the future development of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology.
Energy Minister Andrea Leadsom last night hinted there will be support for the beleaguered oil and gas industry in tomorrow's Budget.
Kezia Dugdale today called on the UK Government to “step in and share the risk” by setting up a new agency to rescue platforms from early decommissioning.
Deputy First Minister John Swinney last night accused the SNP’s opponents of “celebrating the fall in the value of oil”.
Aberdeen MSPs criticised the “derisory” city region deal today (Sat) as they called on the UK Government to do more to support the north-east during the oil and gas downturn.
The chancellor is also facing calls from north-east politicians to "step up to the plate".
An Aberdeen MSP has called on the chancellor to listen to the Scottish Government and oil and gas industry's calls for support in the forthcoming Budget.
Labour has warned lessons must be learned from the Tories' "mistakes" in their handling of plans for a new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point.
The chief executive of the East of England Energy Group (EEEGR) said today his region had historically been seen as the “poor relation” to the north-east of Scotland within the oil and gas sector.
The head of the new oil and gas regulator has urged companies to do more to bring down production costs - challenging them to get below the industry body’s target of $15 per barrel.
The chief executive of Oil & Gas UK has branded the £1.3billion tax breaks for the North Sea industry previously signed off by the Treasury as “so last year”. Deirdre Michie said the measures unveiled by George Osborne last March - which included a slashing of rates and new investment allowances - were obviously “very welcome”.
The managing director of ScottishPower Renewables has said the Syrian crisis is "all about climate change".
Total's chief financial officer said he expected a downgraded credit rating for the "whole of the industry".
Total pulled off the best financial performance of the all the industry majors and booked record production.
David Cameron will sweep into the north-east today to announce further measures to support the beleaguered oil and gas industry and encourage exploration.
An Aberdeen MSP has added his voice to the clamour over the comparison of the oil and gas industry regulator to an "insolvency practitioner".
The news the Aberdeen City Region Deal amounts to just a quarter of the Glasgow agreement was met with disappointment across the north-east last night.
Experts on carbon capture and storage have attacked the UK Government’s “shabby” last-minute decision to axe £1billion of funding for the technology.
North-east MSP Stewart Stevenson has tabled a motion at the Scottish Parliament calling on the UK Government to reverse its decision to cut £1billion of funding for carbon capture and storage projects.
The UK Government’s commitment to maintaining Britain’s nuclear deterrent was dismissed yesterday as an “ego trip” aimed at “clinging on to the remnants of a fading imperial past”.
Energy Secretary Amber Rudd has revealed she feels “unfairly picked on” by her “enemies” over the UK Government’s plans to cut support for renewables.
Aberdeen South MP Callum McCaig today warned the chancellor against "preaching" to North Sea experts about how the industry should be run.