Oil and gas firm EnQuest said late on Monday that it had removed all crew from its Thistle platform after carrying out a preliminary subsea structural inspection.
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Spirit Energy has handed in a draft decommissioning programme for one of its southern North Sea fields for the UK Government to review.
Aberdeen-headquartered Forth Inspection Service has changed its name and expanded its service offering.
According to the International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (IOGP), there were 31 fatal incidents across the industry in 2018.
North-east oil and gas doyen Sir Ian Wood says Aberdeen could be the energy capital of the world – but only if political leaders show more commitment to making it happen.
Jersey Oil and Gas today insisted that its Greater Buchan Area (GBA) project is “very exciting” despite Equinor turning down a stake in the acreage.
St Fergus gas processing plant engineering manager Brian Geddes has been named the winner of the Energy Industry Council (EIC)’s rising star award for 2019.
Three-quarters of oil and gas executives believe the sector’s supply chain has the right skills and expertise to support the energy transition, according to a poll.
Scotland’s biggest community-owned wind farm has secured an £8.5 million refinancing deal from Lombard and Royal Bank of Scotland, guaranteeing its continued operation and contribution to other community projects.
Opex Group, an Aberdeen-based technology firm specialising in data science and predictive analysis, has moved quickly to support a new graduate apprenticeship scheme at Robert Gordon University (RGU).
Jersey Oil and Gas has awarded contracts to Rockflow Resources and Petrofac for the development of its licences in the Greater Buchan Area (GBA).
Hibiscus Petroleum said today that its IT system was "subjected to an attack" last week.
A number of arts organisations will continue to receive support from oil giants, after the National Theatre split with Shell declaring fears of "catastrophic environmental collapse".
The Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise is seeking special dispensation for British citizens working in the Nordic country, saying the oil and gas industry risks being hit hard if the UK exits the European Union without an agreement, Dagens Naeringsliv reported.
Hague and London Oil (Halo) returned to the black in the first half of 2019 thanks to hedging positions taken last year to protect the firm from gas price fluctuations.
Oil kept falling after its biggest weekly drop since July as signs that reaching a comprehensive U.S.-China trade deal will be tough gave no respite from a worsening demand outlook.
China National Petroleum Corp. is no longer a partner in Iran’s biggest natural gas project, and the Persian Gulf nation will develop Phase 11 of the giant South Pars field on its own, Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said, according to the ministry’s Shana news service.
The National Theatre has split with oil company Shell after declaring a climate emergency.
BP has picked one of its former North Sea bosses to take over the energy giant’s reins when long-standing chief executive Bob Dudley steps down early next year.
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Energy service firm Subsea 7 has won a contract worth tens of millions of pounds for Shell’s Pierce depressurisation project in the UK North Sea.
Stunning images of the north-east coastline created by the director of a subsea scanning firm will be showcased at a prestigious photography exhibition.
Increased profits at the Port of Dundee helped operator Forth Ports to profits of almost £100 million last year.
Norwegian private equity fund HitecVision has decided to merge its two UK North Sea businesses, sparking the exit of Aberdeen-based Verus Petroleum's boss.