The top job at the environmental and decommissioning activity regulator for the UK offshore oil industry is up for grabs.
Taqa says its plans to remove "attic oil" from the Cormorant Alpha platform’s huge concrete base will not be derailed by the removal of the topsides.
Marathon Oil Corp. used to represent everything that was wrong with U.S. shale: enormous debtloads, lavish executive pay and a seeming willingness to spend whatever it took to boost output. The company hemorrhaged money, and the stock plunged 84% from a peak in 2014 through the end of last year.
Bosses at Tailwind Energy said the North Sea oil firm’s “tremendous” performance during the Covid pandemic had set up a “year of investment” in 2021.
Work should start urgently to transform the north east from Scotland's oil and gas capital into a new European centre of excellence for renewables, a citizens' panel has demanded.
Emergency response and rescue vessel firm Esvagt said today that a “re-ignition” of oil and gas sector activity was creating a “promising” increase in demand.
President Joe Biden’s plans to curtail fossil fuels hit an early roadblock Tuesday, when a federal judge ruled against the administration’s temporary ban on selling new drilling rights on federal lands and waters.
A Chinese nuclear power plant near Hong Kong had five broken fuel rods in a reactor but no radioactivity leaked, the government said on Wednesday in its first confirmation of the incident that prompted concern over the facility's safety.
New DNV research highlights 10 energy systems technologies that must work together to meet global decarbonization targets
DNV, the independent assurance and risk management provider, has highlighted how 10 key energy transition technologies are expected to develop, compete, and interact over the next five years if global economies are to meet emissions reduction targets. DNV’s aim is to make an objective and realistic assessment of the status of these technologies and evaluate how they can contribute to the energy transition ahead.
The boss at Ineos FPS has said a slight slip in the schedule for the major Forties pipeline upgrade project would have “no negative impact”.
A consortium researching how robots could make offshore infrastructure inspection and repair safer has received a £2.5 million cash injection from UK Research & Innovation (UKRI).
ICR Integrity, of Aberdeen, remained in the red in 2019-20, but the energy service firm’s “resilience” during the Covid-19 pandemic has given its bosses encouragement.
Troubled UK oil firm Hurricane Energy said today that the Stena Don rig is now on hire to plug and abandon the Lincoln well, which it once hoped to develop, west of Shetland.
Royal Dutch Shell Plc hired a team of pricey lawyers for its defense against environmental activists in a Dutch court, and lost. A decade-old, $22 book might have upped their chances of winning.
Oil majors need to curb emissions in sub-Saharan Africa -- where almost half of their most polluting assets are located -- as investors demand greater efforts to slash carbon output, according to Wood Mackenzie Ltd.
The first megawatts of electricity will flow between Norway and the U.K. Wednesday along the longest submarine power cable in the world.
A bid to create a freeport in the Cromarty Firth is being backed by accountants and business advisers Johnston Carmichael.
BP says it is focused on producing a winning application for the ScotWind licensing round.
A drilling campaign has boosted production at CNOOC International’s Golden Eagle field in the UK North Sea.
Climate activists that failed in their attempt to stop oil and gas drilling in Norway’s Arctic are taking the case to the European Court of Human Rights.
The French Ministry of Culture has awarded Fugro a further contract to complete the scanning of the astonishing Cosquer Cave, located in the Urgonian limestone at Cap Morgiou near Marseille, France.
The chance to take the first step on the career path in the renewable energy sector will be in the spotlight at an event this week.
Energy giant Equinor and Altera Infrastructure are “fully engaged” in a study that could result in the vessel owner’s Petrojarl Knarr FPSO being picked for the 300 million barrel Rosebank gig.
The world’s biggest developer of offshore wind farms has come up with a unique solution to a potentially expensive problem.