EnQuest has clinched a new £530 million debt facility, smoothing a path for its refinancing and acquisition of stakes in the Golden Eagle field.
North Sea oil firm Orcadian Energy intends to raise £5 million via an initial public offering (IPO) in London.
An ownership shake-up is on the way for a string of north-east companies as Mattioli Woods makes a potential £100 million swoop for private equity firm Maven Capital Partners.
An Aberdeen financial adviser has recruited the chief executive of Montrose Football Club to help grow its business.
Neptune Energy is hiring US bank JP Morgan to explore strategic options for the business, including an initial public offering, a news report said.
Neptune Energy, the oil and gas explorer backed by Carlyle Group and CVC Capital Partners, is working with financial adviser Rothschild & Co. to explore potential options including an IPO, according to people familiar with the matter.
Electric car maker Tesla will stop accepting Bitcoin as a payment due to concerns about the environmental impact of the cryptocurrency.
Petrofac said today that its chief financial officer, Alastair Cochran, will leave the energy services firm.
Vessel owner-operator Altera Infrastructure was in the black in the first quarter of 2021 after shaking off impairments that blighted its figures a year ago.
London and Toronto-listed oil firm i3 Energy said today it would complete a balance sheet restructuring "shortly", which would allow it to pay a maiden dividend.
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Many investors perceive risk warnings as “white noise” and often the genuine possibility of losing money does not sink in, according to the City regulator.
Arabian Drilling Co., a Saudi oilfield-services company partly held by Schlumberger NV, is preparing an initial public offering that could give it a valuation of around $2 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.
Bosses at Hurricane Energy have conceded that the troubled UK oil firm is likely to be wound down within the next few years.
Leading global safety firm, RelyOn Nutec UK, has secured a £3million contract extension with a UK-based leading engineering services firm.
Energy giant BP surged back into the black in the first quarter of 2021 on the back of higher oil prices and “exceptional” gas marketing and trading performance.
Financiers are the new corporate sustainability activists, new research from Addleshaw Goddard reveals
A major new European research study reveals that the financial community is driving action on sustainability.
Fugro today reported a first quarter revenue drop, which it said was “fully driven” by Covid and a “strong” related decline in oil and gas activities.
Survitec has completed a £270 million refinancing in a “key milestone” for the survival and safety equipment and training business.
The age old debate of who gets what is likely to become even more fervent after the global pandemic.
Investors are being increasingly influenced by environmental, social and governance (ESG) themes, but the “hunt for value” still takes centre stage.
Subsea industry chief Neil Gordon says exemptions to the UK Government’s new policy on fossil fuels projects abroad shows the sector's concerns had been heeded.
One of Hurricane Energy’s biggest shareholders has threatened to take “appropriate action” to maximise the company’s potential after complaining of a breakdown in their relationship.
Rig contractor Valaris has received approval from a US bankruptcy court for its Chapter 11 plan of reorganisation.