Petrofac has netted a contract extension worth about $70million to provide a range of services on the Cygnus gas field in the southern North Sea.
The Port of Dundee has laid its cards on the table, as far as its attitude towards decommissioning is concerned.
A north-east training centre aimed at helping redundant oil workers back into jobs has found a new home in Banff.
The UK Government has been accused of treating the oil industry like a "cash cow" as new figures show every north-east resident has contributed the equivalent of £600,000 to Treasury coffers.
Community councils strongly opposed to planned ship-to-ship oil transfers in the Moray Firth are urging the Scottish transport minister to intervene.
A north-east college has teamed up with Fraserburgh Academy to deliver a unique new course, designed to attract more women interested in pursuing maths and science careers.
The number of rigs operating in the US crept up this week, the latest Baker Hughes rig count shows.
Shell is embroiled in a pay dispute with workers at its Pernis oil refinery in the Netherlands.
ConocoPhillips has said its plans to leave its current Houston headquarters would not result in a departure from the Energy Corridor district.
A vice-president at Lukoil said today that the Kremlin should compensate Russian oil companies for production cuts that could be enforced following this week’s Opec output deal, according to a news report.
The North Sea vessel market is badly overstocked and needs more M&A activity to help lower inflated prices, a new report shows.
A worker died yesterday after a fire broke out on a platform off the Republic of Congo, Italian energy firm Eni has said.
Statoil said today that pre-drilling had started on its flagship Mariner field in the UK North Sea.
The turbines for a new 150 megawatt onshore wind farm in Canada started spinning today.
Shell and BP are among the companies to have had bid accepted for oil and gas exploration in Egypt, a news report said.
Video footage shows fires raging yesterday at a refinery owned by Italian oil and gas firm Eni.
Australian oil firm 88 Energy said today that it expected to pick a rig for the Icewine Project in Alaska in the coming weeks.
Shares in AIM-listed Prospex Oil and Gas skyrocketed today after the firm was given permission to drill a well onshore Poland.
Lukoil has sold its 100% stake in a joint stock company (JSC) that controls a diamond mine in the north of Russia for $1.45billion.
Chevron has appointed a new president for its African and Latin American operations after incumbent Ali Moshiri decided to call it a day after 38 years.
Opec has agreed to cut production by 1.2million barrels a day from January.
Energy services firm Subsea 7 has won a deal worth at least $50million to perform a subsea tie-back off Australia for Woodside Energy.
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Energy sector healthcare provider Iqarus has revealed a role change for its co-founder, Jeff Soal.
Technip and FMC Technologies said yesterday that they had received anti-trust clearance from the Brazilian authorities ahead of their proposed merger.