A project satellite-tracking hundreds of British and Irish seabirds has revealed new insights into where species search for food at sea.
The Piper Alpha disaster happened 29 years ago today. The incident, in which 167 people lost their lives, remains the worst offshore oil disaster in history. We take a look back through the archives at some of the pictures taken before, during and after the tragedy.
Aquamarine Subsea has won a frame agreement with Songa Offshore for the provision of a high pressure manifold classing program on four CAT D rigs.
Norfolk Marine’s tyre filled net (TFN) system is to be installed as scour protection at the foundation of the 5MW Elisa prototype under construction in the Canary Islands.
Oilfield services company Halliburton has completed the acquisition of electric submersible pump technology firm Summit ESP.
The Gambian Government has approved Erin Energy’s farm-out agreement with FAR Limited – where FAR will acquire operatorship of two Erin blocks in the Gambia.
Foreign ministers from four Arab nations that have sought to isolate Qatar over its alleged support for extremist groups are holding talks in Cairo.
Bluestream Offshore has signed a five year contract, plus two-year extension with ONEgas for subsea structural inspection service in the North Sea.
The Norwegian offshore safety authority has given Statoil permission to use its subsea system at the Sygin field.
UK player Sound Energy has successfully extracted gas from the its Kechoula Discovery in Morocco.
Shell's Prelude floating LNG facility cuts an imposing figure as a giant of the seas.
Four supergrid transformers will complete their journey to Blackhillock Substation near Keith over the next few weeks.
The Scottish economy grew in the first three months of the year, staving off fears of a recession.
Qatar Petroleum has announced plans to double the size of a new LNG project in the North Field.
An oil firm has denied claims a West African country has been stripped of two exploration blocks.
Fugro has received a two-year contract extension with Petrobras after completing an initial 12-month stint.
Malaysian company Yinson Holdings has sold 26% of its West Africa production subsidiary to a consortium of Japanese companies.
Subtec, a Blue Marine Group subsidiary, and Maersk Supply Service have agreed a long-term contract, entering Maersk to the Mexican market for the first time.
Premier Oil has bought a further 3.75% interest in licenses PL089 and P534 – which includes the Wytch Farm field – from Maersk.
COSL Drilling Europe has received a letter of intent from Nexen to carry out work at the company’s Ettrick and Blackbird fields in the North Sea.
AusGroup has secured a contract for the supply of rope access trade services on the Ichthys LNG project.
Norway’s petroleum safety authority has ordered Eni Norge to make improvements to its procedures on the Goliat field.
Egdon Resources was hit by a setback on Monday after North Lincolnshire County Council refused planning permission for development of the Wressle Oil Field.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has said the United States may meet the Paris climate agreement’s targets despite pulling out of the international deal.
A termination for convenience notice was received by Dolphin Drilling from Anadarko Petroleum Company, ending what was a four-year contract.