A key industry report detailing the cost of decommissioning on the UK Continental Shelf and the progress being made by industry, government and regulators to reduce costs by more than 30 per cent will be unveiled at OGUK’s upcoming business breakfast in London.
The Pioneering Spirit vessel has removed the original accommodation platform for the Valhall field in the Norwegian North Sea.
A trade union boss has told Greenpeace to “back off” and let North Sea rig workers get on with their jobs.
Offshore technology firm DeltaTek said today that its SeaCure well construction device had been deployed successfully for the first time for Total.
Babcock has confirmed that it was approached by outsourcing rival Serco earlier this year with a proposal for a mega-merger between the two companies, but the idea was rejected.
Greenpeace said one of its ships blocked an oil rig's path to a North Sea field yesterday afternoon.
A new system to monitor abandoned North Sea wells has earned the Aberdeen start-up behind it one of the latest Scottish Edge Awards.
An oil industry leader has accused Greenpeace of “undermining its own credibility” by reviving its protest on an oil rig in Cromarty Firth.
Fewer business are being created in Aberdeen than any other city in the UK, a new report has revealed.
A former oil and gas worker and her ex-energy industry father are tapping into growing demand for wellbeing therapies at their Urban Wellness Hub (UWH) in Aberdeen.
The world’s largest anchor chain inspection company is expanding its Angus operation.
Saudi Arabia hopes OPEC and its allies will agree to extend oil production cuts into the second half of the year at a meeting that will probably take place in the first week of July, according to the country’s energy minister.
New automated technology to accurately and safely measure and analyse flow data on offshore installations is being launched by an Aberdeenshire-based start-up.
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has warned of the "great risk" of a drift to war with Iran following the attacks last week in the Gulf on two oil tankers.
Apollo has made a new appointment to spearhead the Aberdeen-based energy consultancy's on-going expansion into renewables.
Oil tanker owners face spiraling insurance costs to load cargoes from the world’s largest crude-export region after the latest round of attacks on vessels.
Greenpeace activists have climbed aboard a BP-contracted oil rig in the Cromarty Firth again.
Police have stormed an oil rig on a helicopter to arrest two protestors and bring a Greenpeace demonstration to an end.
Norwegian energy major Equinor is forging ahead with its plans for the North-Sea-border-straddling Barnacle project.
Britain is currently backing the US in its assessment that Iran is responsible for suspected attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman, the Foreign Secretary has said.
Equinor has set out its plan for developing the Cadet field in the UK North Sea.
Faroe Petroleum returned to the black in its final full year before falling year of a hostile takeover by Oslo-based DNO.
Shell Energy Retail has been forced to pay £390,000 after overcharging around 12,000 energy customers on its default tariffs.
Theresa May’s recent commitment to the UK being carbon neutral by 2050 prompted me to re-look at the UK’s gas and electricity supply and demand statistics.
One of the UK's biggest energy firms is to close its last coal-fired power station, threatening the loss of almost 160 jobs.