Shares in Tullow Oil soared almost 20% yesterday after the exploration and production firm announced an oil discovery offshore Guyana.
Energy transformation is no longer a futuristic concept – it is happening now.
Texo, the technology-led EPC Group has unveiled its brand new purpose built facility at the Port of Blyth, with an official opening event last month.
Thousands of young people across the UK who graduated university, finished college or left school this summer are now intensely scrutinising career opportunities, seeking out their first step on to the career ladder.
China is a significant potential market for oil and gas service companies. As oil and gas equipment becomes increasingly sophisticated, companies will own more valuable intellectual property (IP).
The reported upturn in oil and gas activity together with articles on the need for continued vigilance on supply chain costs, reminded me of Oscar Wilde’s quote ‘the man who knows the cost of everything but the value of nothing’.
There is a difference between being agile and being flexible.
Whatever walk of life we’re in, new technology is being implemented all the time.
A pioneering new microbial technology which will soon be trialled in the UK North Sea could add decades to the basin’s lifespan, saving jobs and “kicking decommissioning down the track”.
Hugely humbling and poignant.
Shell’s chief executive said yesterday that he welcomed the “mobilisation” of society in the crusade to meet global climate change targets.
Oil companies have a problem, and his name is Robert Paver.
Japanese construction firm Modec has unveiled plans for two new models of floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessels - Noah and M350.
PG&E Corp., the California utility giant that went bankrupt in January amid crippling wildfire liabilities, has reached a deal with some of its power suppliers that would cut the prices it pays for their electricity.
Australia’s financing of cleaner power is slowing because the country’s aging grid isn’t being upgraded quick enough to accept new, intermittent generation and transport it efficiently to demand centers.
Oil is set for a weekly loss after the steepest one-day drop in more than four years as President Donald Trump abruptly escalated the trade war with China, stoking concerns over slowing growth.
Swiss technology firm ABB is supporting the Chinese government in its efforts to produce emissions-free electricity.
The United Nations' nuclear watchdog aims to name a new leader in October following the death last month of Yukiya Amano, its director general for the past decade.
Shell boss Ben van Beurden said today that the company was closely monitoring tensions in the Strait of Hormuz.
Lower oil, gas and LNG prices put a crimp in Shell's first-half results, but improved production helped the energy major keep delivering strong cash flow figures.
Shell has made a final investment decision (FID) for the PowerNap deep-water project in the US Gulf of Mexico.
Energy giant BP has taken another step forward in its quest to secure a major chunk of the global electric vehicle (EV) charging market.
Bosses at Baker Hughes, a GE company have hailed a "solid" second quarter marked by the opening of its subsea centre of excellence in Montrose, Scotland.
Dutch geo-data firm Fugro has said its “recovery” was being driven by its marine business after reporting improved first-half results.
US oil firm Apache's financial results were dented by "very weak" natural gas prices in the first half of 2019.