Aberdeen-headquartered energy services giant Wood (LON: WG) has seen shares soar after a fourth - and sweetened - takeover offer from US firm Apollo.
Shell (LON: SHEL) CEO Wael Sawan has warned that the US is more attractive for investment than the firm’s home base of the UK.
This article was first published on March 6.
British energy suppliers must pass on the benefit of falling wholesale energy costs to consumers in the form of cheaper tariffs, according to a senior government minister.
Chevron (NYSE: CVX) CEO Mike Wirth has not ruled out consolidation among oil majors, but said it would not be easy to carry out.
BP (LON: BP) has decided to end the publication of its statistical review of world energy after 70 years.
Shell (LON: SHEL) considered moving its headquarters out of Europe and into the US, in a major blow to the City of London.
The loud noise made by deep sea mining could pose a grave danger to whales and other sea creatures that use sound to communicate, scientists have said.
Deepsea mining is arguably the most exciting yet controversial segment of the blue economy, which the United Nations estimates boasts an estimated annual turnover of $3-6trillion.
AAB Corporate Finance is delighted to share with you our Deals Update for H2 2022 in conjunction with Energy Voice, highlighting selected energy merger and acquisition (M&A) and fundraising transactions across the UK.
M&A specialist Russ Alton is out, project manager Paul Harris is in.
Baker Hughes (NASDAQ: BKR) capped its big restructuring year of 2022 with “record” orders during Q4.
Harbour Energy (LON: HBR) is "bloated" staff-wise, say analysts, and this week the firm said it would slash jobs in Aberdeen due to the UK Government windfall tax.
Oil prices edged higher after tumbling around 9% over the previous two sessions, with demand concerns continuing to hang over the market.
A Tokyo Gas Co. unit is in advanced talks to buy US natural gas producer Rockcliff Energy in a deal worth about $4.6 billion, including debt, a person with knowledge of the matter said.
Oil’s miserable start to the year deepened as a deteriorating demand outlook came to the fore, buttressed by predictions for a US recession, China’s near-term struggle with Covid-19, and milder winter weather.
International oil price benchmark Brent Crude climbed in the year’s first session as traders digested mixed signals on demand from China, the world’s largest crude importer.
Investment decisions could be on the way for Perth, Bentley and Bressay in the North Sea, alongside West of Shetland giants.
Analysts weigh-in on Petrofac’s dire news and the road ahead.
After Tailwind, Serica Energy eyes new projects in the UK like the Belinda discovery, along with more deals and a potential energy transition shift.
Completion of the deal will put Serica in the club of top 10 producers in the UK North Sea.
Shareholder activist group Follow This filed resolutions with Shell (LON: SHEL), BP (LON: BP), ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM) , and Chevron (NYSE: CVX).
Harbour Energy (LON: HBR), the top producer in the North Sea, has been knocked out of the club of leading publicly-quoted UK companies.