The North Sea oil industry has been warned of the cyber security threat from “angry” workers facing rota changes.
More than 38,000 people visited Offshore Europe last week, an increase of 3,000 on the 2017 event.
The world’s most profitable company told Offshore Europe delegates last week that “everybody” will eventually be hit by a cyberattack.
School pupils raced salt-water-fuelled cars, operated drilling simulators, calculated their carbon footprints and donned “smart goggles” at Offshore Europe in Aberdeen today.
Dolphin Drilling has hailed its “rebirth” after going debt-free and picking Aberdeen as its international headquarters.
A fighter jet engineer told the offshore industry yesterday of the need to standardise its processes to improve costs and safety.
M&A activity in the North Sea has picked up again after a slow down in the wake of the oil price crash. Private equity has penetrated the market and provided the catalyst for multiple deals to be done.
Guyana will make mistakes on the road to becoming an oil and gas producing nation – but none will be of the same magnitude as Brexit.
Cities will be the key drivers of change in the transition to a low-carbon economy, Aberdeen’s Lord Provost said yesterday.
Aker Solutions' boss of low carbon energy warned yesterday that the sector would be "digging its own grave" if it didn't share knowledge and best practice in the energy transition.
An Aberdeen-based business network has launched a "behavioral charter" designed to combat gender inequality within the North Sea oil and gas sector.
Craig Shanaghey, President, Operations Services, Europe & Africa at Wood, has been announced as the chair of a new task group set up to champion diversity and inclusion in the oil and gas industry.
DNV GL believes the "probabilistic digital twin" (PDT) can close the gap between digital twins – used increasingly by operators to manage the performance of their assets – and risk analysis still largely conducted manually before assets enter service.
Oil and gas veteran Sir Ian Wood has hit out at climate change activists unwilling to further the energy transition conversation.
The chief executive of the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has urged “pace” on research into low carbon options to reuse North Sea infrastructure.
Industry leaders discussed the potential need for a “new brand” for decommissioning at Offshore Europe yesterday as it “implies you’re getting rid of rubbish”.
An oil firm director has said that the supply chain is still too big in places and may have to “shrink” to become more efficient and robust.
Figures show that a more diverse workforce will increase oil and gas sector profit, especially if more women work offshore, according to industry experts.
The concerns surrounding a low carbon energy transition fit “perfectly” with the agenda Aker Solutions has right now, according to the firm’s UK boss of North Sea and European operations.
The energy transition is dominating debate at the Offshore Europe 2019 conference in Aberdeen this week.
Canadian Natural Resources International (CNRI) has announced it has completed a preparation campaign to dismantle a 12,500 tonne oil platform in the North Sea.
Decommissioning is a topic which gets a reasonable amount of press coverage.
Oil and gas companies are the UK’s “best hope” of hitting its net-zero emissions target for 2050, industry bosses said today.
A new “roadmap” was unveiled today setting out the UK oil and gas industry’s ambition to transform the North Sea into a basin with net zero emissions.
Energy giant Total has said it sees “new potential for investments” in the North Sea off the back of exploration successes in the UK.