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.
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.
Bosses at oilfield services firm Tendeka are toasting new international contracts worth more than £22 million for work over the next three years.
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.
The Scottish Government has been urged to stop ‘sitting on the fence’ over the controversial Cambo oilfield near Shetland.
Around 70 Petrofac workers on CNR International platforms will ballot on industrial action after a wage cut, Unite has said.
An alliance of Aker Solutions and Subsea 7 has won front-end engineering and design (FEED) work for the NOA Fulla field development in Norway.
Energy services giant Subsea 7 has announced that its chief financial officer (CFO) will retire from his position at the end of the year.
‘I’d like to have a safety conversation about your PPE’: Oil workers poke fun at Martin Compston on ‘The Rig’
First images were recently released of Martin Compston and the crew of the Amazon Prime show “The Rig”, and some real-life oil workers have noticed a few flaws with his offshore attire.
Ithaca has agreed to acquire the North Sea assets of Marubeni in a $1billion deal, according to a news report.
Major energy services companies in the North Sea have today put in place a joint initiative aimed at blocking unskilled labour in the market.
Deltic Energy is kicking off seismic survey work one of its hot North Sea prospects after a farm-out deal with Cairn Energy.
A senior oil and gas figure says more companies need to take diversity and inclusion “seriously” in order to drive real change in the sector.
The way in which oil and gas companies rallied together in order to respond to Covid-19 has been held up as a “great example” of collaboration in the industry.
Ardyne has won an 86-well decommissioning contract in the North Sea, understood to be with operator EnQuest on the Heather and Thistle platforms.
Ithaca Energy has employed Heerema’s Thialf heavy lift vessel, the second largest in the world, to remove its small Jacky installation, around 12 miles east of the Moray Firth.
Orkney is pushing ahead with plans to develop the Lyness port into a decommissioning base after a snub from the Ministry of Defence (MoD) over a decades-old oil spill.
United Oil and Gas and newcomer Quattro Energy have entered a binding sale and purchase agreement for two licences in the Central North Sea.
Cairn Energy has updated its timeline for the £330m sale of its interests in the Catcher and Kraken assets in the North Sea.
The Cambo furore comes at a time when the UK faces tough decisions about how to meet its energy needs and attract investment whilst burnishing its environmental credentials ahead of COP26 in Glasgow in November.
Westwood Global Energy reports that as of 31 August there were two appraisal wells and one exploration well active in the UK. Completions to date in 2021 are one appraisal well at 22/26d-3 Glengorm South and two exploration wells at 22/6c-B4Z Bacchus South and 16/2a-6 Tiger Lily.
The cacophony around Cambo could throw a “huge spanner” into the works with regards to investment appetite in the North Sea, an industry expert has said.