A floating offshore wind farm could be used to supply power to Equinor’s 300 million barrel Rosebank field.
Oil & Gas
BP has chartered an accommodation vessel to provide gangway connected operations at one of its North Sea platforms.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has ousted north-east MP David Duguid as he continues to reshuffle his government.
Tributes are being paid to Eric Marston, chief operating officer of Ancala Midstream, who has died aged 56 following a Covid-19 diagnosis.
Hurricane Energy has hailed the sale of 10million barrels of oil produced from the Lancaster field in the West of Shetland.
House Democrats are investigating the role oil and gas giants and their trade groups may have played in misleading the public on the role of fossil fuels in causing climate change.
The African Energy Chamber (AEC) has launched an internship programme, aiming to place African graduates with energy companies.
Oil companies have long been the target of environmental protestors, but recent campaigns have seen a much wider list for activism.
Indonesia has sent a naval ship to tail a Chinese survey vessel that has been operating close to Harbour Energy’s Tuna Block in the Natuna Sea within Indonesia’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ).
Indonesian national oil company (NOC) Pertamina has seen production at the giant Rokan Block edge up by 2,000 barrels per day (b/d) since taking over the field from Chevron last month. However, it remains to be seen if the NOC, which plans to spend $2 billion at Rokan by 2025, can significantly boost volumes in the longer term.
A production issue at the Shell-operated Gumusut-Kakap field offshore Sabah in East Malaysia will see exports of the country’s flagship crude oil Kimanis fall in October and November, reported Reuters.
COP26: ‘Last chance’ warning as UK climate change chief grilled on oil and gas, flights and rising temperatures
With less than two months to go before the world descends on Scotland for a major UN climate change conference, the summit’s president warned “the window is closing” on global targets.
Tributes are being paid to Ithaca Energy CEO Bill Dunnett who has passed away aged 59.
A new report has examined how ageing North Sea infrastructure could be repurposed for wind-powered hydrogen production.
Well-Safe Solutions has landed a “groundbreaking” decommissioning campaign contract with Repsol Sinopec in the UK North Sea.
Exports have resumed from a number of ports in Libya, with local protestors agreeing to end their occupation.
Africa Capitalworks (ACW) has made a “significant” equity investment in Nigeria’s Dorman Long Engineering.
Jacobs Engineering has sold off its 10% stake in energy services giant Worley for £267 million.
Bosses at oilfield services firm Tendeka are toasting new international contracts worth more than £22 million for work over the next three years.
The world is facing high energy prices for the foreseeable future as oil and natural gas producers resist the urge to drill again, according to Chevron's top executive.
Solar power holds the key to meeting renewable energy targets for Indonesia, but the fast-growing Southeast Asian economy needs significant reforms to steer it away from an over-reliance on coal, according to a report.
Surging US Henry Hub gas prices, as well as higher and extremely volatile global gas prices, offers a lesson for emerging markets that investment in gas importing, distribution and power production assets will lead to stranded assets and lost wealth, according to analysis from IEEFA.
Dozens of current and former oil and gas workers have completed a gruelling cycle, over mountains and across rivers, in order to raise much needed cash for three charities.
Indexes across Europe ended in the red again on Wednesday, although the FTSE 100 avoided a major drop thanks to rising oil and commodity prices.
A company led by the former subsea president of TechnipFMC has acquired the entire stake of the Fyne field in the UK North Sea, with plans to push ahead with development.