The oil and gas industry’s failure to get to grips with poor treatment of suppliers has driven the regulator to devote a new “stewardship expectation” to the issue.
Engineering company Brimmond Group, of Kintore, Aberdeenshire is toasting higher turnover and a 35% increase in the value of its rental equipment contracts in its 25th year.
“It was very much a large bean can, but it became more sophisticated,” Alex Urquhart said of the simulator he designed.
North Sea operators have handed back up to 1.1 billion recoverable barrels of oil from UK fields, according to data released by the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA).
Long-suffering shareholders of beleaguered UK oil producer Hurricane Energy have snubbed the company’s restructuring plan.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has opened an investigation and is threatening sanctions over a commercial dispute which saw North Sea firms failing to collaborate.
The former chief financial officer (CFO) at RockRose Energy has rejoined Andrew Austin in the same role at his new venture Kistos.
EnQuest has clinched a new £530 million debt facility, smoothing a path for its refinancing and acquisition of stakes in the Golden Eagle field.
Video footage has been shared online by Demolition News showing the Ninian Northern platform having its legs blown off with explosives in Lerwick.
Updated: Hurricane hopes for vessel deal amid Bluewater marketing push, reports Lancaster well glitch
Hurricane Energy is holding out hope that a crucial deal will be reached on the Lancaster field production vessel, despite owners Bluewater marketing it for redeployment.
Serica Energy said today it had overcome technical challenges to perform a flow test on the Rhum gas field's third production well in the northern North Sea.
The Pioneering Spirit vessel has removed the DP3 gas production topsides from Spirit Energy’s Morecambe Bay development in the East Irish Sea.
Waldorf Production UK has hired a mergers and acquisitions (M&A) expert as its general counsel and commercial director, based in its Aberdeen headquarters.
North Sea oil firm Orcadian Energy intends to raise £5 million via an initial public offering (IPO) in London.
A trade union boss has said the Ninian Northern platform, which had its legs blown off as part of a decommissioning project, now looks “really scary” and at risk of “falling over at any time”.
Shell, BP, Harbour Energy and TotalEnergies are working together on platform electrification plans, it has emerged.
Crane and lifting technology firm Intebloc has announced plans to expand its headcount fourfold after securing significant investment.
The amount of materials being recycled from UK North Sea oil platforms is far lower than previously thought, according to a new report.
Harbour Energy is sending the Balmoral platform to Denmark for decommissioning, the third UK asset to be announced for overseas yards this year.
Worley says a contract it won on Ithaca Energy's Captain EOR project in the central North Sea would create work for more than 60 onshore employees.
North Sea oil and gas firm Tailwind Energy has completed its acquisition of Decipher Energy, of Aberdeen.
Most UK adults want government spending on North Sea oil and gas redirected to renewables, according to a new campaigner survey.
Residents in Aberdeenshire have been told to expect flaring from the St Fergus gas terminal later this week.
The legs of the Ninian Northern platform have been blown off using explosives as part of a decommissioning project at a yard in Lerwick, Shetland.
UK gas development and production firm IOG is celebrating the installation of two new platforms in the southern North Sea.