The energy industry has taken steps to try to improve its safety record but too often it falls short.
Energy Voice's latest monthly supplement has been published with The Press & Journal.
Scottish and Dutch oil business and technology development experts are joining forces to create a new online catalogue to help fill the void left by the Covid-induced obliteration of the exhibitions circuit.
Neptune Energy and its partners today announced the discovery of hydrocarbons at the Dugong well (PL 882) in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea.
North Sea industry recently had a week free of evacuations of workers with Covid-19 symptoms from offshore platforms.
Spirit Energy has reached a “crossroads” at its Chestnut field in the central North Sea as it weighs up whether to drill new wells.
Exploration and production firm Neo Energy, of Aberdeen, will replace one mergers and acquisitions (M&A) specialist with another at the top of its management ladder.
The commemorative services will have to be held on a virtual basis this year.
Exxon Mobil Corp. incurred an unprecedented second straight quarterly loss as almost every facet of the oil giant’s business slumped amid Covid-19 lockdowns that stunted economic activity.
As we start to unlock and the shift of focus starts to turn to the economy, Sarah Baillie, Planning and Infrastructure Consenting Partner, at Addleshaw Goddard LLP, discusses what lessons we can learn from lockdown if we want to transition towards a greener, net zero and sustainable economy.
An Aberdeen-based oil and gas duo who got together to form a new venture keeping business premises free of Covid-19 have already expanded to cover Inverness and Dundee.
EnergySys Limited, a leading oil and gas cloud-technology provider, is proud to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
US oilfield equipment firm Dril-Quip could be poised to make scores of Aberdeen staff members redundant in response to the crude price slump and Covid-19 pandemic.
The Scottish Government is being pushed to offer “direct financial support” to the troubled Aberdeen Harbour expansion project.
Safetec UK said yesterday it had notched up more than £1 million-worth of sales in less than a year under new management.
An Aberdeen firm’s £250,000-plus investment in new training can help to future proof the UK subsea sector, its founder and managing director said yesterday.
A Norwegian cargo ship which became stranded on the west coast of Skye has been successfully decommissioned from service.
A focus on providing high quality virtual services to international clients is helping TRACS International shrug off the worst of the latest downcycle and replenish its order book.
Offshore contracting firms and unions have committed to hammering out a “framework” to replace a key UK North Sea collective bargaining agreement.
A new survey has been launched by Platform and Friends of the Earth Scotland to hear from workers in the oil and gas industry and supply chain about how COVID-19 and the oil price crash have impacted their working life. Hundreds of workers have already responded, detailing their experience in the industry, their fears around job security and what type of future they want.
It was set to be just a routine night shift for the men of Stonehaven Coast Radio Station, dealing with the chatter and communications in their role as the lifeline between sea and shore.
The media and scientific papers are awash with reports on the transition to net zero energy supply options – hydrogen, CCUS, solar, wind, tide etc.
Aker Solutions will axe 44 offshore jobs after client Equinor shelved a UK North Sea project due to the oil price rout and Covid-19 outbreak.
Survivex will start running wind industry safety training courses after making a £100,000 investment in its base in Aberdeen.
Energean will listen to offers for huge UK gas discovery, but not ‘actively’ seeking buyers, boss says
Energean’s boss said on Monday he would listen to good offers for its soon-to-be-acquired stake in the UK’s biggest offshore gas discovery in a decade.