Lundin Petroleum has been ordered to make several improvements to the electrical equipment at its Edvard Grieg platform.
Subsea cabling company Nexans has signed an agreement with BP covering the engineering, procurement and construction of umbilical and Direct Electrical Heating (DEH)systems and ancillary equipment.
Europa Oil & Gas boss, Hugh Mackay, today said the firm had made the "critical first step" in unleashing the hydrocarbon potential in the South Porcupine basin.
Engie E&P’s Gjoa-platform in the North Sea is back in production after a gas leak last month.
Bluestream Offshore has signed a five year contract, plus two-year extension with ONEgas for subsea structural inspection service in the North Sea.
The Norwegian offshore safety authority has given Statoil permission to use its subsea system at the Sygin field.
COSL Drilling Europe has received a letter of intent from Nexen to carry out work at the company’s Ettrick and Blackbird fields in the North Sea.
Norway’s petroleum safety authority has ordered Eni Norge to make improvements to its procedures on the Goliat field.
Egdon Resources was hit by a setback on Monday after North Lincolnshire County Council refused planning permission for development of the Wressle Oil Field.
Brexit is not a dominant issue for European Union countries, Philip Hammond acknowledged as he called for jobs and prosperity to be the first priority in the negotiations.
The Norwegian offshore safety authority has told ExxonMobil to make improvements at its Ringhorne site in the Balder field.
The Norwegian offshore authority has given Statoil permission to drill at the Korpfjell prospect in the Barents Sea.
The Norwegian offshore safety authority has granted Eni Norge permission to perform manned underwater operations on the Goliat field.
The Norwegian offshore safety authority has given Statoil permission to remove the emergency response vessel at its Snorre A field.
Nam - a joint venture between Shell and ExxonMobil – is to appeal against a Dutch government plan to lower the production cap at the Groningen natural gas field by a further 10%.
The Norwegian offshore safety authority has given Lundin Petroleum permission for exploration drilling in the Barents Sea.
Swedish firm Lundin Petroleum has entered in to a sales and purchase agreement with CapeOmega to divest a 39% working interest in the Brynhild field.
Norwegian oil firm Statoil has awarded contracts to five separate ship owners.
Statoil has been reprimanded by the Norwegian offshore safety authority after an audit of the management and maintenance of its Veslefrikk A and B facilities.
Saffron energy is aiming to bring its third gas-producing field in northern Italy online in the first quarter of next year.
Norway based Island Drilling Company has been awarded a contract by Austrian firm OMV for work in Norway.
Aberdeen based incident investigation firm Matrix Risk Control has won a six-figure contract to provide training in China.
Total has launched its second Plant 4.0 start-up incubator, which it claims is the first multicorporate incubator of its kind in the world.
Labour is to bring forward a Bill aimed at banning fracking in Scotland.
The Greek energy ministry has approved the applications of a consortium of Total, ExxonMobil and Hellenic Petroleum oil and gas exploration off the island on Crete.