The UK oil industry’s regulator has been praised for promising to take a “flexible approach” to work commitments amid the crude price rout.
Offshore survival training provider Survivex has temporarily closed its facility in Aberdeen in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
The workforce constructing the new Hinkley nuclear power station is to be reduced by more than half to around 2,000 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
South Sudan has postponed its licence round as a result of the coronavirus, officials have said.
Gulf Keystone Petroleum has taken steps to shore up its financial position, with a knock-on impact to its predicted 2020 production.
London-listed Tlou Energy has set out plans to trim its running costs, in response to problems in the world’s financial markets, while competitor Kalahari Energy has received support from the US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) for its power plans.
North Sea operator Taqa has confirmed more than a dozen suspected cases of Covid-19 across two of its assets.
The North Sea oil and gas industry can survive the “unchartered waters” of the current crude price storm, at least in the short-term, an analyst has said.
A community-owned wind farm charity has announced it will use all its free cash for this year to set up a pandemic support fund for the local community.
The use of the word 'unprecedented' has risen to unprecedented levels in these unprecedented times.
A suspected coronavirus sufferer has been flown back to shore from a North Sea platform.
Norwegian energy giant Equinor has suspended its share buyback programme due to the downturn in market conditions.
Oil dropped toward the lowest level since 2003 as prospects for a deal between OPEC and Texas to limit production appeared to fade, while a U.S. coronavirus rescue package ran into political delays.
Shell will curtail its share buyback programme and look for billions of pounds worth of savings in response to the oil price collapse.
More than a dozen UK North Sea projects are facing deferral in light of the oil price drop, an analyst has predicted.
Global healthcare provider Iqarus, an International SOS company, has developed and launched a new service to safely manage suspected cases of coronavirus following their disembarkation from an offshore location.
Nearly 50 offshore jobs at drilling contractor Archer are at risk due to client Ithaca Energy’s plans to reduce activity levels and crews on two central North Sea platforms.
Children of workers performing critical roles in the oil industry are expected to be prioritised for school places amid the coronavirus outbreak.
With the oil price crash and COVID-19, the near-term outlook for the offshore rig market is on a lot of minds.
Preparations for strike action at a key oil terminal in Shetland have been suspended after a new pay deal for workers was hammered out.
Russian President Vladimir Putin will refuse to submit to what the Kremlin sees as oil blackmail from Saudi Arabia, signalling the price war that’s roiling global energy markets will continue.
Oil continued climbing after its biggest ever single-day gain as U.S. President Donald Trump waded into the price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia that has rocked crude markets amid diminishing demand.
It has become clear to me that the oil and gas industry is not just confronted by the perfect storm, rather it is the perfect hurricane.
The boss of Taqa’s North Sea business has predicted a “challenging year” ahead as the Abu-Dhabi oil firm publishes its 2019 results.
Bristow Helicopters has used modified three former search and rescue (SAR) helicopters to bring North Sea workers suspected to have coronavirus to shore.