Serica Energy today revealed that it would hire two North Sea industry chiefs upon completion of a major acquisition.
International energy consultancy Xodus Group has strengthened its decommissioning team with the appointment of Gareth Jones as decom lead.
Forty years ago, Shetland changed forever.
Saudi Aramco aims to become a global refiner and chemical maker, seeking to profit from parts of the oil industry where demand is growing the fastest while also underpinning the kingdom’s economic diversification.
Robert Gordon University (RGU) is launching a unique programme to support businesses within the energy sector to accelerate their growth.
The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) has brought together an impressive line-up of speakers for its two-day Annual Seminar in The Hague, on November 28-29, 2018.
The tough economic conditions which have engulfed Aberdeen for the last four years may be coming to an end, according to new figures indicating tentative signs of a recovery in the local property market.
Oil slumped below $60 a barrel in London for the first time in a year after Saudi Arabia signaled its output may have reached a record high and growing U.S. stockpiles stoked concerns over a potential supply glut.
Energy giant BP today delivered a huge boost to North Sea industry after announcing first oil from its Clair Ridge mega-project.
Having followed the rise to prominence of the UK Atlantic frontier, I’m delighted that operator BP has brought the second phase of the giant Clair field onstream.
Locked away in BP’s archive is a handwritten note.
A decommissioning specialist has taken a step closer to setting up a scrapping facility at the Fife-based birthplace of numerous oil rigs.
A major milestone for the North Sea oil industry has been reached today following the announcement of first oil from one of its biggest projects.
A £62 million project to re-route gas from the Clipper South field has been completed, licence partners said.
The U.K. might fail to honor commitments relating to emergency fuel stockpiles as its exit from the European Union approaches, a trade group representing the nation’s oil refiners said.
The Government's target of installing smart meters in every home by 2020 will not be met and the cost of the rollout is likely to "escalate" beyond expectations, the spending watchdog has warned.
On a sunny October morning, members of the The Geological Society pack an ornate lecture theater at their imposing headquarters on London’s Piccadilly. One of their number introduces a scientist who “needs no introduction,” the man people had come to see.
Oil prices mired in a bear market are continuing their declines as bearish technical indicators signal further pain.
British Gas owner Centrica is on course to meet its targets for 2018 despite weaker than expected performance at Spirit Energy.
An ambitious bid to build the UK’s largest heavy lift offshore decommissioning vessel could create up to 500 jobs for Tayside and leverage tens of millions of pounds of inward investment into the city.
Oil industry bosses are more vigorously questioning whether current rules for leaving installations in the North Sea are fit for purpose, an Aberdeen academic said.
This week Greenpeace provided written evidence to the Future of the Oil and Gas Industry, Commons Select Committee. The topic was decommissioning and the position Greenpeace presented was one of support for OSPAR 98/3.
As we stressed in our evidence to the Select Committee, in continuing to support the removal of offshore oil and gas installations at end of life, Greenpeace is in line with the approach to decommissioning that was only months ago reaffirmed by all 15 countries that are party to the OSPAR Convention, including the UK.
A house in rural Aberdeenshire has become the first in two years to sell for £1 million - fuelling hopes demand is picking up.
A multi-million pound investment project is expected to double the number of life sciences companies in the north-east as part of a wider plan to diversify the local economy away from oil and gas.