Leading figures from the North Sea oil industry today welcomed the launch of a new technology centre in Aberdeen.
Councillors have voiced fears about the possibility of aeroplanes crashing into an overspill car park at the new multimillion-pound Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre.
French energy giant Total said yesterday that it plans to launch about 10 new projects over the next 18 months and add “attractive resources” to its portfolio.
If the ill-informed hysteria surrounding the safety of fracking is anything to go by, I can imagine the headline above being used to describe a highly promising microbial enhanced oil recovery (MEOR) technique.
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Dana Petroleum’s long-awaited Western Isles FPSO has been completed at a shipyard in China.
Energy logistics firm Peterson will support the development of a 500-acre deep water staging port that will serve the Gulf of Mexico.
Tata has signed an agreement to sell its Speciality Steels business to Liberty House Group for £100 million.
Offshore vessel owner Prosafe today announced a raft of changes to its top order that will take effect from March 1.
A fire at a nuclear power station in France run by the company behind a new site in the UK has been dealt with by its employees, the firm said.
Offshore workers are expected to vote on a new pay offer in the next month.
Prosafe was back in the black last year despite a large drop-off in work for its fleet as low oil prices led to offshore project delays.
French energy firm Total claimed to have the “highest profitability among the majors” after posting a 22% jump in net income in 2016.
The first turbine on Statoil’s £1.5billion Dudgeon wind farm in the North Sea has started producing electricity for the UK National Grid.
BHP Billiton today agreed to pay its $2.2billion share of the Mad Dog Phase 2 development in the Gulf of Mexico.
Losses widened in the fourth quarter at Aker Solutions as the Norwegian energy services firm battled against the global market slowdown
As 2017 progresses, the Oil & Gas Authority (OGA) will have a lot on its plate as it clarifies expectations, identifies priorities and grows more confident in applying its powers.
Aberdeen-based Sparrows Group will supply more than 100 cranes for a major southern North Sea wind farm after winning its biggest ever contract for a renewables project.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has vowed to provide more details about the Scottish Government’s new decommissioning fund “in due course”.
Aker Solutions will provide engineering services for BP under two separate framework agreements.
Bosses at Bowleven went on the offensive today in their mission to keep control of the Scottish oil explorer.
Africa-focused Tullow Oil was hit by a 21% slump in revenues in 2016, the year it delivered first oil from its TEN fields offshore Ghana.
Shell reached an "important milestone" today as the firm submitted its plan for decommissioning the Brent field to the UK Government.
Danish conglomerate Maersk said impairments in its supply service and drilling divisions were behind an “unsatisfactory loss” of $1.9billion in 2016.
Maersk chairman Michael Pram Rasmussen will step down from the role next month.