There are several hubs around the North Sea which will still be producing in a decade’s time – but 12 of these will be “key” thanks to their production upsides and emissions intensity, according to new research.
The Government must take urgent action and help the poorest households months before energy bills will rise again ahead of the winter months, the boss of a major energy company has said.
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Oil held gains above $105 a barrel as investors weighed higher demand for refined products against a slew of lockdowns in major cities in China.
Finder Energy has acquired further acreage around the CNOOC Buzzard field in the Central North Sea.
Energy Voice talks to Jason Fox, Managing Partner, London, and Alastair Young, Partner, at Bracewell (UK) LLP on the future of North Sea investment as Brent crude oil remains at around $100.
Oil pushed lower at the start of the week on concerns that a spreading Covid-19 outbreak in China will weigh on global demand.
The chairman of Ithaca Energy, soon to be the new operator of the controversial Cambo oilfield, has said the firm wants open dialogue with environmentalists and other parties on its future.
Ithaca Energy has struck a deal to buy Siccar Point Energy, operator of the controversial Cambo project, for just shy of $1.5 billion.
EV Private Equity co-founder Helge Tveit explains the company’s philosophy of impact investing, and why the energy transition provides greater opportunities.
Opportunities abound for mergers and acquisitions across energy-hungry Asia Pacific nations, as majors, such as Chevron, Shell, and ExxonMobil, seek to exit or rationalise their upstream portfolios.
Firms won’t be rushing into deals or investment off the back of higher oil and gas prices – the boom may even be stalling such activity in the North Sea, according to top analysts.
Transforming the global energy system is going to take mammoth investments on three fronts - time, effort, and perhaps most important of all, money.
Ithaca Energy has struck a deal to acquire North Sea player Summit Exploration and Production for $224 million (£170.5m).
Aker Offshore Wind and Aker Horizons have announced an all-stock merger as part of a wider reorganisation to get after energy transition opportunities.
An outfit of North Sea experts is seeking to sell off discoveries which it says ConocoPhillips should “never have relinquished”.
BP is seeking to sell its beleaguered Foinaven field in the west of Shetland, according to a news report.
Oil resumed climbing at the end of a week where prices have swung within a $20 range since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine roiled global markets and fueled fears of a supply crunch.
Businesses in Scotland are being urged to withdraw from trading with Russia, following its invasion of Ukraine.
Aberdeen-headquartered Sparrows Group is being bought by industrial services giant Altrad.
There is general consensus amongst analysts that oil giant BP will face an uphill struggle to find a buyer for its stake in Rosneft.
Asset management group Abrdn has been unable to sell its minor stake in Russian state-backed oil and gas giant Rosneft.
Wood (LON: WG) expects to take a one-time $100 million charge in relation to a legacy Amec Foster Wheeler defence contract, Aegis Poland.
Aker BP is actively looking to purchase more assets or companies operating in Norway’s lucrative oil and gas sector, according to Oyvind Eriksen, chief executive of the firm’s parent company.
Eni has picked six more banks to work on the initial public offering (IPO) of its retail and renewables unit Plenitude, which could be valued at about 10 billion euros ($11.3 billion), according to people familiar with the matter.