A Greenpeace boss has vowed that his organisation “will not be silenced” despite facing a lengthy prison sentence over North Sea protest action in 2019.
Spirit Energy has reached a “crossroads” at its Chestnut field in the central North Sea as it weighs up whether to drill new wells.
Exploration and production firm Neo Energy, of Aberdeen, will replace one mergers and acquisitions (M&A) specialist with another at the top of its management ladder.
The commemorative services will have to be held on a virtual basis this year.
North Sea operators still have the “appetite” for high impact exploration over the coming 12-18 months, according to Westwood Global Energy Group, despite low success rates.
Premier Oil has scrapped a $191million (£152m) deal to acquire an additional 25% stake in the Tolmount project from Dana Petroleum.
US oilfield equipment firm Dril-Quip could be poised to make scores of Aberdeen staff members redundant in response to the crude price slump and Covid-19 pandemic.
Drager Marine and Offshore is set to inject cash into its Aberdeen facility despite the industry uncertainty created by the Covid-19 crisis.
Babcock helicopters took their first flight out of Shetland on Wednesday following a new five-year shared contract with three oil and gas operators.
The Scottish Government is being pushed to offer “direct financial support” to the troubled Aberdeen Harbour expansion project.
Safetec UK said yesterday it had notched up more than £1 million-worth of sales in less than a year under new management.
An Aberdeen firm’s £250,000-plus investment in new training can help to future proof the UK subsea sector, its founder and managing director said yesterday.
NHV helicopters has won a Shell North Sea contract previously operated by larger rival CHC.
Neptune Energy has awarded a subsea inspection contract, understood to be worth around £2million, to Fugro at its Cygnus gas field.
EnQuest has announced it has officially ceased production at a pair of North Sea fields, with its FPSO due to sail away in September.
Offshore contracting firms and unions have committed to hammering out a “framework” to replace a key UK North Sea collective bargaining agreement.
The UK head of Aker Solutions has called for more “clarity” over how North Sea supply chain firms will fit into the energy transition.
It was set to be just a routine night shift for the men of Stonehaven Coast Radio Station, dealing with the chatter and communications in their role as the lifeline between sea and shore.
Aker Solutions will axe 44 offshore jobs after client Equinor shelved a UK North Sea project due to the oil price rout and Covid-19 outbreak.
Ithaca Energy plans to shed a quarter of its onshore workforce after sinking to a £944m pre-tax loss amid the "historic collapse" of oil and gas prices.
Energean’s boss said on Monday he would listen to good offers for its soon-to-be-acquired stake in the UK’s biggest offshore gas discovery in a decade.
Aberdeenshire-firm Rever Offshore has confirmed the completion of a two-phase contract with French oil giant Total on its North Sea production assets.
Oilfield technology firm Hunting said on Monday that it was slashing its global workforce by a quarter in response to the oil price drop and Covid-19 pandemic.
Score Group’s Conrad Ritchie has ended his 32 year career at the firm after the family business was sold to private equity company SCF Partners.
A continuous improvement (CI) professional has started up an Aberdeen consultancy which she believes can support North Sea industry’s post-Covid transformation.