The man behind a major North Sea project said yesterday he was proud to have overcome the downturn by bringing a new oil field on stream.
Offshore workers are set to receive ballot papers this week as unions push for official strike action in an ongoing pay dispute with North Sea employers.
The SNP’s depute leader has said he will "fight tooth and nail" to bring jobs back to the struggling oil and gas sector as he accused the Tories of having "twiddled their thumbs".
An Aberdeenshire-based power turbine firm is toasting record sales and predicting further strong growth after investing more than £1million in workshop and office space expansion.
Repsol Sinopec has reported that first oil has begun to flow from its flagship North Sea development.
Repsol's flagship £1.6billion North Sea project has come onstream.
Aker Solutions is "more than" two-thirds of the way through a cost efficiency program that has cost in excess of 5,000 jobs since the start of the downturn.
Despite the challenges of a diverse basin made up of frontier and mature areas and a diverse mix of companies operating mature assets, there is recognition of the bright future that remains on the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) and our industry has been working to deliver some significant performance achievements.
The countdown is on to enter this year’s Offshore Safety Awards.
Oil and gas leaders from Shell, Total, Petrofac, Nexen, Chrysaor and Aker Solutions are to chair sessions on the future of the industry.
InterMoor Ltd has added rigless well abandonment capabilities to its UK-based services ahead of an expected North Sea decommissioning boom.
Lundin has been granted consent to drill an exploration well in the Alta prospect in the Barents Sea.
Norwegian engineering giant Kvaerner has experienced a "turbulent" market since the 2014 downturn.
A new managing director has been appointed at SengS to replace the Aberdeenshire engineering firm’s founder, Murray Kerr.
North Sea firm Hurricane Energy said today that a new study had revealed a large increase in recoverable volumes held in its Lancaster field west of Shetland.
A leading oil economist has warned that a worldwide drop in crude prices could impact on future North Sea projects designed to maximise recovery from the UKCS.
Leading Scottish businessman Charles Ritchie is fuming over "incredible" rules which rule out his business benefiting from a grant to support job-creating expansion plans.
More than 70 UK jobs could go at Engie as the French energy group reorganises its headquarters.
Chrysaor is poised to become the biggest tenant in The Capitol building in Aberdeen.
Oil exploration and production company Azinor Catalyst has booked a rig to drill two UK North Sea wells later this year.
Shell’s new chief financial officer said yesterday that the oil major was “not actively working on” more North Sea asset sales, but did not rule out further UK divestment.
Statoil has released footage of the first topside module for the North Sea Mariner field leaving a yard in South Korea.
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