The number of former oil and gas workers receiving financial support through the SNP’s £12million retraining fund has shot up fivefold in less than three months.
French geophysics firm CGG is getting ready to introduce its new approach to subsea mapping after two years of development work.
Scotland’s energy minister has hailed Scotrenewables Tidal Power’s giant turbine as a “game changer” as it gears up for testing in Orkney.
Norway’s offshore safety body has ordered Italian energy firm Eni to submit a report on a blackout on a vessel in the Barents Sea.
The number of oil rigs operating in the US remained flat last week, bringing to an end about two months of consecutive increases, according to Baker Hughes.
Australian energy company AWE has started selling gas from Waitsia project in the onshore Perth Basin.
The number of Scottish oil and gas companies attending Offshore North Seas (ONS) has gone up by a quarter.
The Norwegian prime minister has vowed to maintain a “steady and predictable” petroleum policy after launching the country’s 24th licensing round.
Aberdeenshire subsea service company Ashtead Technology has added a new piece of equipment to its rental pool.
North Sea operating companies are slowly coming round to the idea that the spectre decommissioning is not going to vanish, an industry chief said.
Aberdeen city and shire councils will showcase the north-east’s business prowess and hospitality at an international conference in Norway next week.
A Norfolk-based engineering firm has designed and installed a solar navigation aid system on Shell’s Brent Delta platform in the North Sea.
The head of Norway’s oil and gas industry regulator has said the sector could be turning a corner after two years of job losses and cuts, a news report said.
A Malaysian port authority has ordered the suspension of operations at a fuel terminal following an oil spill, a news report said.
Norway’s energy minister has said the UK’s Brexit vote will not affect Norwegian gas exports to Britain, according to a news report.
The Lord Provost of Aberdeen has presented a Granite City firm with its second Queen’s Award for International Trade.
Statoil’s Njord A platform will be given a new lease of life after arriving at Kværner’s Stord yard in Norway yesterday.
Iran is growing frustrated that the easing of EU sanctions earlier this year has not brought more benefits, a lawyer said yesterday.
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Norwegian energy giant Statoil has been flexing its muscles in the North Sea this month with a number of big announcements.
North-east secondary school pupils are taking part in a scheme aimed at giving them a valuable insight into careers in engineering and the oil and gas industry.
The developer of a windfarm off the north-east coast has launched a £2.5million research programme into the environmental impact of offshore turbines.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has agreed to let Statoil use the B platform on the North Sea Gullfaks field for another 20 years.
A jump in imports was the main driver behind an increase in US crude inventories last week, according to the country’s Energy Information Administration (EIA).
Former offshore workers are swapping black gold for blackboards – and carving out new careers in the classroom.