UK Energy Minister Jesse Norman made his first visit to industry leaders in Aberdeen yesterday.
The company behind a controversial 3.8 billion dollar (£3 billion) US oil pipeline is seeking a judge’s permission to circumvent US president Barack Obama’s administration and move ahead with a disputed section of the project in North Dakota.
Renewables and gas are set to be the “winners” in meeting growing demand for energy in the next 25 years, the International Energy Agency (IEA) predicts.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon opened the new Edinburgh offices of Chinese power company Red Rock Power, a subsidiary of State Development and Investment Corporation (SDIC), on Tuesday.
The decommissioning of Brent, which has produced oil for 40 years, is one of the most complex engineering projects of its kind and is expected to take a decade to complete.
Workers from a north-east gas terminal have tested their endurance in an effort to raise more than £12,000 for charity.
The Chancellor should announce funding for making homes more energy- efficient and new renewable power subsidies in the upcoming autumn statement, experts have urged.
Oilfield services firm Weatherford today announced the launch of a private offering of $500million worth of senior notes. The Houston-headquartered firm, which has a base in Aberdeen, said it would use the funds to repay amounts outstanding under Weatherford Bermuda’s revolving credit facility.
Councillors have approved plans for exploratory shale gas wells in north Nottinghamshire.
Scotland’s energy minister said today that the Scottish Government was ready to invest to stop decommissioning work going overseas.
A Nigerian militant group said today that it had attacked sections of the Nembe Creek pipeline in response to the armed force’s presence in the southern Niger Delta.
Former Scottish secretary Alistair Carmichael said today that the decommissioning market should become a key driver of employment in Orkney and Shetland.
A trade unionist has called for industry and government to invest in decommissioning to make sure the sector creates as many jobs as possible.
Intertek has won a seven year contract to provide inspection services for Petroleum Development Oman (PDO).
South-America focused President Energy plans to raise about $20million (£16.1million) through a share placing.
Scottish oil explorer Bowleven is defending its three non-executive directors against a challenge from one of its stakeholders.
Gulf Marine Services (GMS) said today that an unspecified company had agreed to charter one of its vessels in Europe.
Techip named its new dive support vessel "Deep Explorer" at a ceremony in Norway on the weekend
BP will ask its shareholders to approve the appointment of Deloitte as the company’s auditor for the financial year 2018 at its AGM.
French oil firm Total will spend $300million on the installation of solar panels on 5,000 of its petrol stations worldwide in the next five years.
Green shoots of recovery are springing in the oil and gas industry, according to Scottish Conservative energy spokesman Alexander Burnett.
Just one day after the IEA warned the world could drown in oil if production does not fall beneath demand sometime soon, OPEC released a new market whammy, offering up the cartel's production figures, which largely jive with figures reported by the IEA yesterday: OPEC has increased its oil production.
A former oil executive has been ordered to pay nearly £600,000 to the firm she embezzled out of more than £1.3million.
The UK’s oil and gas regulator has awarded four contracts worth about £1million for the supply of reprocessed offshore seismic data.
A groundbreaking tidal energy project in the Pentland Firth has produced first power.