The meeting would mark the beginning of the end of Lea Frye’s career in oil and gas.
Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain have signed a peace agreement that marks a step towards normalising diplomatic relationships in the Middle East.
More oil and gas companies are expected to file for bankruptcy this year as the coronavirus pandemic continues to depress energy demand.
Latin America is emerging as a green powerhouse, with some of the strongest renewable capacity growth expected globally in the coming years.
ExxonMobil has announced another oil discovery off the coast of drilling hotspot Guyana, at its Redtail well.
Oil explorer i3 Energy said today it had completed the acquisition of the petroleum and infrastructure assets of Canadian firm Gain Energy for £44.5 million.
Subsea 7 has clinched one-year extensions worth £117 million to the contracts for three pipelay support vessels with Brazilian operator Petrobras.
John Lawrie Group has made a £1.9million investment as it moves to continue its expansion in the United States.
Dolphin Drilling has won an $83m (£62m) contract with Pemex in Mexico.
Schlumberger, the world’s largest oilfield services company, agreed to sell its US fracking business to a smaller rival following a collapse in demand.
Stena Drilling has been awarded a new contract for work in the Suriname-Guyana basin with Tullow Oil.
Sasol’s Lake Charles Chemicals Complex has been damaged by Hurricane Laura and has lost power.
Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce to shine light on business opportunities between Scotland and Guyana
North-east business leaders will explore the "wealth of new business opportunities" available in Guyana during an industry event next month.
ExxonMobil will be turfed out of the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) as of August 30, replaced by Salesforce.com, a cloud computing company.
Crude and gasoline futures both climbed to levels not seen since before the pandemic as Hurricane Laura rattled toward a key stretch of the U.S. Gulf Coast that is home to the nation’s greatest concentration of refining capacity.
Offshore companies have started to evacuate workers from production platforms and drilling rigs in the Gulf of Mexico ahead of Hurricane Marco and Tropical Storm Laura.
Blackstone Group Inc. will see a $5 billion gain from selling a stake in the largest liquefied natural gas export terminal in the U.S.
Big Oil is tapping Big Tech to keep drilling off the shores of Brazil even as the global pandemic traps workers at home.
President Donald Trump helped to clinch an unprecedented deal among the world’s largest crude producers, but the pact hasn’t stopped America’s oil industry from bleeding.
The Libra Consortium has awarded TechnipFMC a huge contract for the Mero phase two project offshore Brazil.
Aberdeen reaffirms links with Guyana as country prepares to make ‘great strides’ in oil and gas post-election
Scores of oil and gas representatives met virtually yesterday to discuss the opportunities available to supply chain companies in post-election Guyana.
As the threat of blackouts continues to plague California, officials are pointing to battery storage as a key to preventing future power shortfalls. But the Golden State is going to need a lot more batteries to weather the next climate-driven crisis—let alone to achieve its goal of a carbon-free grid.
The Trump administration gave final approval on Monday for a contentious oil and gas leasing plan on the coastal plain of Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, where critics worry about the industry's impact on polar bears, caribou and other wildlife.
By the end of the third quarter, most U.S. oil producers plan to restore nearly all of the production shut down during the oil crash, according to a new report.
A few dots near the bottom corner of the world map in the southern Atlantic, the Falkland Islands were once at the forefront of a new era for the oil industry as companies scoured the planet for resources.