Construction work has started at a controversial fracking site in Lancashire, energy company Cuadrilla has confirmed.
Korean yard Samsung Heavy Industries has won a contract to supply a floating production unit for BP’s Mad Dog II project in the Gulf of Mexico, a media report said.
Expro has appointed a senior project manager responsible for the delivery of integrated well abandonment services.
Fresh pictures have emerged showing the damage done to a North Sea platform's helideck by an aircraft.
Aircraft operator CHC Helicopter said today that the loss of its contract with Apache will not have an immediate impact on jobs at the company.
The oil and gas chaplain has issued a warning that poor communication by firms is worsening anxious workers' already-fragile morale.
The UK's decision to leave the EU was largely an unwelcome move among business people and economists.
The UK appeal court upheld a £3million penalty imposed on ConocoPhillips for gas leaks on one of its North Sea installations in 2012.
The director of a Scottish green group said yesterday that discussing fracking with chemicals giant Ineos would be “a huge waste of time”.
Canadian natural gas firm Encana has said it is on course to deliver “one of the best value creation stories in the industry” over the next few years.
Drivers are being hit with the most expensive petrol prices in more than two years.
Japanese firm Inpex has signed a memorandum of understanding for the development of an Iranian oilfield in which it used to hold a stake, a news report said.
Chevron said today that LNG production at one of its Gorgon project’s two units had resumed after a month-long outage, according to a news report.
Chemicals giant Ineos plans to look for gas under the forest made famous by the legend of Robin Hood.
Two trade unions are preparing strike action ballots in an effort to press North Sea employers for an agreement on workers’ pay and conditions.
Repsol Sinopec Resources UK (RSRUK) said yesterday that its flagship £1.6billion North Sea project was still on track despite extending a contract for an offshore accommodation vessel.
BP has passed up on the chance to take part in a tender for exploration and production rights in Iran, a news report said, citing unidentified sources.
Friends of the Earth (FoE) said yesterday that the UK’s advertising regulator had dropped a case into a leaflet it produced on fracking.
New US research has indicated that the positives from fracking outweigh the negatives for communities.
Environmental campaigners have hailed the “transformation” in electricity production after figures showed power generated in Scotland has a significantly smaller impact on climate change when compared to the UK average.
The Government has rejected a call to instigate a public inquiry into a botched green energy scheme that is set to cost Stormont around £500 million.
Crude oil prices climbed to an 18-month high on Tuesday as a major deal between Opec and other major producers to cut supply officially came into effect.
Norway’s oil industry safety body has given Gassco until the end of the month to say how it will address potential hazards detected at its Karsto gas processing facility at Tysvaer.
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