Arlene Foster has defended not naming a key party adviser at the centre of claims levelled by a top civil servant when she made an Assembly statement about Stormont’s botched energy scheme.
Production at a North Sea field has dropped slightly due to a techical glitch.
Petronas said it is pushing ahead with plans to start operatins in 3029 despite Saudi Aramco ditching plans for the venture.
Dong Energy has struck an agreement to acquire a 35% ownership interest in a Taiwanese offshore wind project.
TransCanada Corp does not know if shippers are still behind the recently revived Keystone XL pipeline project, according to reports.
Pantheon Resources said a sidetrack well has been drilled and will now be completed ahead of testing.
Baker Hughes said it expects revenue from its onshore business in North America to increase in the first half of the year as customers ramp up drilling activity and pricing improves.
Baker Hughes said its fourth quarter loss was smaller than a year ago when it booked a $1.25billion impairment charge.
Kazakhstan has agreed to continue talks over a tax dispute with a consortium of oil majors led by Shell and Eni.
Angus Energy said hydrocarbons have been discovered at the Brockham field in England.
Oil giant Shell finds out today if it has won a battle to block claims brought against it by more than 40,000 Nigerians from being heard by the English courts.
Total E&P UK has awarded Prosafe a contract for the provision of the Safe Caledonia semi-submersible accomodation vessel in North Sea.
Atlantis Resources has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ideol.
A worker from Aker Solutions discovered a problem on a North Sea installation was never fixed, despite being discovered in 2011.
The Western Isles will lose hundreds of millions of pounds if the UK government rejects granting subsidies to island wind farms, warns EDF Energy Renewables, as it reveals figures from a new report.
An increasing number of former oil workers are bring forced to turn to food banks, because of redundancy.
A fresh report giving an outlook for the next year has predicted oil majors will remain cautious about spending.
A Croatian engineering firm has been condemned by a Labour MP for bringing in cheap foreign labour to work on British power stations - and reclaiming wages from migrant workers “under duress”.
Theresa May must tell Donald Trump to abide by the terms of the Paris Agreement on climate change when the pair meet later this week, Ed Miliband has said.
A US judge overseeing the bankruptcy of Linn Energy said he is prepared to confirm its restructuring plan but with slight tweaks.
Hess has reported a loss of $4.89billion in its fourth quarter.
A strike ballot has been put on hold to allow more talks to be held by nuclear industry workers.
McDermott International has been awarded an offshore pipelay contract in the Middle East.
Shell and Phillips 66 have bought 6.4million barrels of oil collectively from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve.
British Steel ended last year in profit and plans to reinstate the 3% salary sacrifice it agreed with workers when it took over the business last summer.