Halliburton has inked an integrated services contract with Shell for post-salt development and pre-salt exploration in Brazil's Campos and Santos Basins.
Steven Donaldson murder trial: ‘I know for a fact Tasmin put him up to it’ Glass boyfriend co-accused told detectives
Murder accused Steven Dickie told detectives: “I know for a fact Tasmin has put him up to it” during a lengthy interview which led to him being charged in connection with the killing of Arbroath man Steven Donaldson.
Unresolved complaints about switching now outnumber those relating to poor customer service, Energy Ombudsman figures show.
Judges have whittled down dozens of applicants to reveal the shortlist for terrific teams and tremendous teachers at the north-east’s most prestigious HR awards.
Keppel Offshore & Marine has secured integration and upgrading contracts worth about £90 million.
Norwegian energy giant Equinor has added seven offshore exploration blocks to its portfolio after presenting winning bids in the first Offshore licensing round in Argentina.
The entry deadline for “Oscars” championing the best of north-east business is looming and companies of all kinds are being urged to get involved.
Eight finalists are in the running for two hotly contested categories of The Press and Journal cHeRries Awards 2019.
Female leaders share their advice for considering a career in sustainable finance
Scottish-American company Ziyen has launched a digital currency that it hopes will transform the global oil and energy market.
Exploration and production firm Spirit Energy generated almost £500 million worth of profit in 2018 − its first full year in business.
An engineering firm has secured 40% more office space at its base near Aberdeen harbour.
Norwegian energy giant Equinor said today that first oil from its flagship Mariner project in the UK North Sea had been delayed again.
Dropsafe, a global provider of dropped objects prevention technology for the energy and resources markets, has found that businesses in Power Generation may be exposing themselves to significant unseen long-term costs in their procurement of health and safety equipment.
Higher crude prices should encourage North Sea oil companies to dial down the caution and bring forward more new projects, a prominent petro-economist said yesterday.
Oil held gains near the highest since late October as an escalation of geopolitical conflicts in Libya and Iran belied technical indicators suggesting the rally is overdone.
Saudi Aramco, the world’s largest oil company, has received $85 billion in orders for its debut bond sale, an offering where yields may fall in line or below Saudi Arabia’s sovereign debt.
Montrose Port has embarked on the latest stage of its multi-million-pound berth redevelopment programme.
An Aberdeen-headquartered firm has reached a major milestone in its quest to become the oil and gas industry’s top well-decommissioning specialist.
A new report shedding light on the skills the UK oil and gas sector requires over the coming years will be published in Aberdeen next month.
The chief executive of British Gas owner Centrica pocketed a £2.4 million pay packet last year, despite the firm losing hundreds of thousands of customers as it embarked on a major jobs cull.
Equipment rental firm Hiretech has launched a transmission and gearbox refurbishment service to build on its existing offerings.
Forum Subsea Technologies will supply three remotely-operated vehicles (ROVs) to DOF Subsea for projects off Brazil.
Western Europe’s biggest petroleum producer is falling out of love with oil.
Carlyle Group LP plans to buy a stake valued at as much as $4.8 billion in Cepsa from Mubadala Investment Co., about six months after the Abu Dhabi sovereign fund shelved plans to list the Spanish oil refiner.