An Aberdeen North Sea rentals firm has been ordered to axe around 20 staff despite the firm showing increased profits during the coronavirus pandemic.
UK oil supply chain firms are diversifying into non-energy sectors due to Covid-19 and low commodity prices, according to a new report.
Piper Alpha was a disaster – in every sense of the word – and it claimed the lives of 167 fathers, sons, husbands and friends. This single catastrophic event significantly changed our industry forever.
More than 7,500 oil and gas workers have lost their jobs since the onset of the coronavirus crisis and tens of thousands more could go, industry leaders have warned.
EnQuest is not seeking to make compulsory redundancies for its “unionised” workforce at the Sullom Voe Terminal in Shetland, according to Unite.
A “more diversified” Chrysaor could still be producing 200,000 barrels of oil a day in 2040, according to the firm’s North Sea boss.
During this time of reflection, 32 years on from the Piper Alpha disaster, we must not forget the survivors, family and friends of those who lost their lives.
Eni has submitted plans to decommission its six platforms in and around the Hewett field in the North Sea.
Odfjell Drilling has put 139 offshore workers at risk of redundancy after completing a drilling contract ahead of schedule.
Serica Energy has released a video showing life on board its Bruce platform amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Westwood Global Energy reports that as of July 1 there was one exploration and appraisal well active in the UK.
Westwood Global Energy reports thatthere were four exploration and one appraisal well programmes active as of July 1.
Stena Drilling has confirmed it is making redundancies on four of its offshore drilling vessels, along with cuts to a number of roles onshore.
The final vessel in a £150 million investment in new offshore support ships by Aberdeen firm Sentinel Marine has set sail from the Far East.
Hurricane Energy has warned a “material downgrade” is possible to its 2.6billion barrel contingent resources following a technical review of its operations.
The last article I wrote for Energy Voice was in October and my focus was on maximising economic recovery and embracing energy transition to ensure the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) continues to be a sustainable and competitive basin for years to come.
A research group assessing man-made North Sea structures has been given a boost with the announcement of £5 million in new funding.
North Sea exploration and production firm Hurricane Energy said today it was "deeply saddened" to report the death of its chief operations officer (COO), Neil Platt.
Aberdeen-based shipping firm North Star has appointed Mathew Gordon its new chief executive.
North Sea oil and gas producer RockRose Energy has been acquired in a multi-million pound deal.
A Piper Alpha remembrance service will be held today to mark 32 years since the disaster after organisers overcame the challenges presented by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Managing the risks of Covid-19 has been at the forefront of our minds in recent months. However, we must be careful not to be distracted from the ever-present potential of major accident hazards (MAHs).
Plans for the breakup of a rusty oil rig hull currently languishing in the waters off Shetland’s need to be carried out before it becomes an “eyesore”, according to the MP for the region.
Scottish and Dutch oil business and technology development experts are joining forces to create a new online catalogue to help fill the void left by the Covid-induced obliteration of the exhibitions circuit.
Neptune Energy and its partners today announced the discovery of hydrocarbons at the Dugong well (PL 882) in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea.