Energy industry heavyweights and a climate change leader will share the stage during the plenary session of SPE Offshore Europe 2019.
Organisers have unveiled the programme for this year’s SPE Offshore Europe, one of the largest exhibitions in the international oil and gas calendar.
Aberdeen’s new £333 million conference centre is fuelling fresh interest in one of the biggest oil and gas industry exhibitions on the international calendar.
The chief executive of German industrial services giant Bilfinger said yesterday that the North Sea has not become an elephants’ graveyard.
Siccar Point Energy's chief executive Jonathan Roger claims the private equity backed operator has "huge potential" to become one of biggest new North Sea players.
School age students were shown the future work possibilities within the oil and gas industry through an Energise Your Future (EYF) programme.
The energy industry is embracing the new realities it faces in the age of a lower-for-longer oil price and rising costs, according to representatives of every facet of the sector who attended this year’s Offshore Europe.
A boss from executive search firm Ducatus Partners has said collaboration within the energy sector only makes the talent pool stronger.
Saudi Aramco director Andrew Gould said today that he’s looking to technology and young people to lead the industry out of difficult times.
Energy Voice is delighted to announce that Ian Walters of Hydro Group has won a TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45 smartwatch in partnership with Jamieson & Carry.
Yup! That old chestnut was being articulated, debated or whatever yesterday at a keynote with of course the obligatory high profile panel lined up.
The boss of oil service giant Wood Group has admitted that the last three years since the downturn have been "very challenging" due to a drop off in North Sea activity.
The North Sea oil and gas industry needs to “keep the good work going” in order to fight off competitors for new investment, an analyst has said.
The head of a major Norwegian industrial investment company has said the North Sea will be one of the busiest regions to work in over the next two to three years.
Global industrial equipment supplier SPX Flow said yesterday that it had invested £200,000 in upgrading its Aberdeen service centre.
An Aberdeen energy consultancy is helping Japanese oil and gas companies to gain a better understanding of decommissioning and how to manage their global asset and abandonment liabilities.
Didn’t make it along to Offshore Europe 2017 in Aberdeen this week? No problem, Energy Voice has you covered. Take a tour of the show floor, including the new decommissioning zone, with this video shot on day three of the event.
And social investment adviser John Raine believes that the scheme has given rise to the first signs of re-balancing the gender gap.
US firm National Oilwell Varco has braved an economic whirlwind only to have the real thing land on its Houston doorstep.
The box chart below shows the average drilling difficulty (on a P50 basis) of offshore wells drilled in the North Sea basin from 2000 to 2016. The data suggests that the average drilling difficulty hasn’t changed very much over the last two decades – it has been relatively flat. The Rushmore Drilling Index (RDI) is a measure of the difficulty of drilling a well and is used for normalisation purposes. The numbers in parenthesis represent the number of wells that were drilled to Total Depth in a given year.
Trundling around this year’s Offshore Europe has, believe it or not, put me in a reasonably positive mood. The fact that the foundations for the European Wind Deployment Centre are now being installed offshore just a few miles up the coast from the AECC serves as valuable reinforcement.
The man who led England to its historic Rugby World Cup victory has claimed there is a lot the oil and gas industry can learn from the sports world.
Oil and gas tankers could be "weaponised" by terrorists and used to block global shipping routes or create massive explosions several miles wide, security experts have warned.
The North Sea industry has turned a critical corner, according to industry veteran Sir Ian Wood.
The Oil and Gas Authority's (OGA) chief executive has 900 million barrels in his direct line of sight.