Canadian Natural Resources Limited (CNRL) shared a picture on LinkedIn of a rope access worker performing an inspection at the Tiffany offshore platform.
The publication yesterday of our first report as the new Just Transition Commission could not have come at a more challenging time for Scotland and its journey to a just net zero transition.
A new forecast has estimated there could be as many as 67,000 people working in floating offshore wind (FOW) in the UK in less than 20 years.
Step Change in Safety celebrates its 25th anniversary this year with a full-day event at P&J Live.
Hopes remain high that £500,000 will be raised for a revamp of the memorial gardens housing the Piper Alpha monument, despite the controversy surrounding the project.
The SEE Monster, a decommissioned North Sea oil platform that has been converted into an art installation, landed in Weston-super-Mare yesterday. How have other people reused oil rigs?
Aubin Group, the Ellon-based developer and supplier of chemical solutions, has secured a two-year contract worth $5 million (£4.2m) to manufacture and supply fluid loss additives to a major drilling company in the Middle East.
Aker BP has shared a video on its Facebook of the moment the 6700-ton Valhall drilling platform had its legs blown off.
Aker BP's plan for development and operation (PDO) on the Frosk field in the Alvheim area has been approved by The Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy (MPE) today.
Dräger Marine & Offshore have made a multi-million pound investment into a new Aberdeen based North Sea energy facility.
With Serica Energy looking outside of the UK North Sea for M&A deals and Taqa deciding to hold onto its UK assets, what are the implications for the market?
The SEE Monster, a decommissioned North Sea platform art installation, is set to arrive at the Tropicana in Weston-super-Mare on Tuesday.
Last month, it was reported that the Prime Minister was drawing up a £1bn plan to insulate hundreds of thousands more homes across the UK to help shield people from the rising cost of living.
The public is being asked for their opinions on how Scotland’s energy sector can reach its net zero targets in a way that will benefit Scottish residents.
The hugely popular social event of the year the Energy Ball, in association with The Press and Journal and Energy Voice, is returning to the north-east.
Boris Johnson has agreed to stand down as prime minister after his Cabinet turned against him and urged him to stand down.
Equinor will offer financial support to employees in the United States who will have to travel out of the state they live in to have an abortion.
OSSO, the specialist fluid temperature control and separation solutions provider, has been awarded a contract by Germany’s largest private developer of geothermal systems to deploy its high volume mud cooler technology.
Fears have emerged that the Foinaven FPSO will head overseas for decommissioning, having been sold by owner Teekay.
"You can tell that people are still impacted by what happened on the 6th July 1988", says Piper Alpha survivor Steve Rae.
Salus Technical, a process safety firm, is experiencing growth as they hire a new software product manager and look to bring more people on board by the end of the year.
The Port of Aberdeen welcomed the first commercial vessel to its new south harbour on Saturday, as construction of the £400 million expansion project continues.
The Hummingbird Spirit FPSO has been given a new lease on life and a new owner; destined for the Ping Petroleum Avalon field in the North Sea.