Teekay’s Banff floating production, offloading and storage vessel (FPSO) will be scrapped in Denmark.
Weston Compliance Services, of Aberdeen, has clinched a £50,000 deal to provide its “Compass” software to Energean Israel.
After a truly challenging 2020, hopefully 2021 will offer something to look forward to.
Big businesses have been told to pay small suppliers within 30 days as the Government strengthened the Prompt Payment Code.
Here’s more evidence the clean-tech boom is only getting bigger. Breakthrough Energy Ventures, the clean-tech venture capital fund led by Bill Gates, has raised $1 billion for a second round of investments after backing 45 startups with its first billion.
The Canadian province that invested $1.1 billion of taxpayers’ money in the controversial Keystone XL project is now considering the sale of pipe and materials to try to recoup some funds.
Engineering and consulting giant Wood has struck a £95 million deal to provide a range of services on Spirit Energy’s mature Morecambe Bay gas fields.
Equinor has awarded framework contracts to Altus Intervention and Archer for a range of wireline services on its platforms offshore Norway.
In January 2021, OGUK and Deloitte will launch the latest edition of the UKCS upstream supply chain collaboration review and index. The index is developed from supply chain and operator company feedback and provides an understanding of how effectively industry is working together in what continues to be challenging times for us all.
Total has bought 20% of solar developer Adani Green Energy (AGEL) from Adani Group, India’s leading infrastructure platform.
Global Energy Group has today announced the upcoming appointment of Tim Cornelius in the new role of group chief executive.
Waste management firm Augean expects to record a £3 million impairment in its 2020 results linked to the decline of its North Sea business.
China’s biggest offshore driller is being targeted in the final days of President Donald Trump’s administration for its activity in the South China Sea.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has been largely silent on the financial wreckage of the U.S. shale industry in recent years, but that may be about to change.
French energy giant Total has confirmed the award to Maersk Drilling of contracts worth $100 million for its exploration and appraisal campaign in Suriname's Block 58.
Nigerian authorities moved to seize assets belonging to one of the nation’s largest banks to recoup damages owed by Royal Dutch Shell Plc to a local community over a decades-long dispute.
A major leasing round expected to generate more than £8 billion of investment in Scottish offshore wind projects opened to applicants today.
Training and management consultancy firm Assurance of Learning (AoL) has snapped up a north-east counterpart for a six figure sum.
Santos has approved US$235 million worth of investment for an infill drilling campaign that will extend the life of the Bayu-Undan field offshore East Timor. As a result, the Santos-led Darwin LNG export plant, which is fed by the aging field, will not need to be shut down while new supplies of gas are developed.
Danish firm Maersk Drilling said today that Dana Petroleum Denmark had terminated a rig deal between the two firms.
Marubeni Corp. could all but exit the UK North Sea as it looks to sell its main oil and gas fields in the region, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
A London-listed green energy infrastructure investor has struck a deal to buy 17.5% of the Beatrice wind farm off the coast of Scotland.
Chevron Corp. is investing in a California startup that captures carbon dioxide from factories and converts the greenhouse gas into gravel and other building materials.
Two Orkney distilleries are to take part in a £58,781 research project to investigate the use of “green” hydrogen heating as part of a government initiative to find ways of decarbonising the distilling sector.
Banks and businesses should start assessing their risks to future climate change immediately and prepare for carbon prices to more than triple to $100 per ton by 2030, a senior Bank of England official warned.