Spirit Energy has released a video showing the journey to first oil for its Oda field off Norway.
Hurricane Energy has started exploring options for a full-scale development of the area which delivered the firm’s maiden revenue in the first half of 2019.
The firm behind a marine powered buoy tested in the North Sea has announced a £1.5m million contract to supply the technology in Chile.
The Borgland Dolphin rig is preparing to mobilise to drill an exploration well on i3 Energy's Serenity field.
Allseas’ heavy lift vessel Pioneering Spirit has won a major decommissioning job at Repsol Norge’s Gyda platform in the Norwegian North Sea.
New guidelines were unveiled yesterday to reinvigorate and protect the critical role of offshore elected safety representatives (ESRs).
North Sea helicopter operators are classing portable electronic devices (PEDs) as a “clear and present danger” to their aircraft and passengers, an aviation expert said.
Simulator training to prepare crews for the specific drilling conditions at Blackrock off Shetland has proved so successful it is being rolled out across other projects.
Sentinel Marine has hired fresh recruits into the industry ahead of delivery of four new North Sea vessels by the end of next year.
An engineering services firm, which recently underwent a management buyout, has strengthened its leadership team with six new appointments.
Offshore workers could be about to see a shake up in North Sea crew changes in a bid to increase safety.
An umbrella group for unions in Norway has said it is “delighted” after testing a new helicopter seeking to enter the North Sea.
Equinor has started production from a gas condensate field straddling the Norwegian-UK border in the North Sea.
The UK’s monopoly watchdog has decided to carry out an in-depth investigation into the planned merger between two offshore accommodation providers.
The Oil and Gas Authority’s (OGA’s) probe into a capacity dispute between two operators shows the regulator is walking a difficult tightrope, an Aberdeen lawyer said.
One of Scotland’s most respected and seasoned entrepreneurs has handed her children the reins to her firm as she embarks upon a new role as CEO of a new, high growth start up.
The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Aberdeen has announced the appointment of a new chairman.
The Offshore Contractors' Association (OCA) has pledged better "engagement" with the North Sea workforce to avoid future pay disputes.
An incident on Repsol's Gyda platform "could have resulted in loss of human life" after one person was injured when a dropped object caused a worker to fall, the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) said today.
Zennor Petroleum is “pushing forward” with plans for two more central North Sea projects which would follow on from the firm’s Finlaggan development.
EnQuest has taken a step forward on the path to first oil from the Eagle field, which was the subject of a dispute with Dana Petroleum in 2016-17.
The recovery of the north-east’s oil and gas industry has not been “spectacular” despite a flurry of M&A activity in the first six months of the year, an industry expert has said.
Pre-tax losses widened at Cluff Natural Resources (CLNR) in a first-half marked by flagship deals with energy giant Shell on its southern North Sea licences.
One of the institutional investors backing oil firm Hurricane Energy said yesterday it had received a £17.9 million boost from the North Sea oil firm’s “year of great achievement”.
Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace (RCCW) has announced the retirement of partner Stewart Smith after nearly three decades with the law firm.