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.
Kvaerner has completed the construction of the first steel jacket for the Johan Sverdrup development in the North Sea, offshore Norway.
Pandion Energy has received approval for the acquisition of all licences in Tullow Oil Norge’s existing portfolio, including a 20% interest in the field containing the Cara oil and gas discovery.
The European Commission has cleared the acquisition of Denmark’s Dong Energy’s oil business by Ineos.
Norwegian oil and gas company Statoil has awarded a contract to AET for the operation of two offshore loading shuttle tankers (OLSTs).
Solstad Offshore and Farstad Deep Sea Supply have completed their merger – with a new company named SolstadFarstad ASA set up today.
Already buffeted by political chaos at home and abroad, the U.K. gas market must now operate without its biggest stabilizing force: the giant Rough gas storage facility under the North Sea.
Days after the opening of formal Brexit talks, Theresa May is set to make a bid to break the logjam over the status of expat citizens following UK withdrawal from the EU.
The closure of Centrica’s Rough storage facility could leave a "big hole" in the UK’s future gas supply, according to an industry analyst.
Centrica has sold two of its combined cycle gas turbine power stations as part of its plans to shift its focus towards its customer oriented businesses.
Norway has offered a record number of blocks for exploration in the Arctic Barents Sea.
Providence Resources said today that Total had paid down $20.25million as part of its farm-in deal for a licence offshore Ireland.
The Irish Government has extended two of Europa Oil and Gas' exploration licences by two years to July 2019.
Sound Energy today reported a gas payback for its Badile exploration well in Italy.
Former chancellor Ken Clarke has urged the Prime Minister to change her approach to Brexit in an effort to restore public confidence in politics.
Confidence levels in the North Sea oil and gas industry are finally improving after a long spell in the doldrums, new survey findings reveal.
Faroe Petroleum this morning confirmed the success of its latest North Sea appraisal well.
Petrochemicals giant Ineos will expand its Grangemouth facility as part of a portfolio of major projects aimed at boosting its ethylene production.
Europa Oil & Gas this morning confirmed it has been successful in its bid to raise more cash for its UK operations.
Firms are being urged to step up their preparations for Brexit after a new study found that employers are “totally unprepared” for a fall in migration once Britain leaves the EU.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate has granted Statoil the go-ahead to drill its latest wildcat well.
Songa Offshore recorded a strong fleet month in May thanks to its work with Statoil.