Investigators have said engineers’ “lack of experience and fatigue” contributed to the collapse of a North Sea helicopter's landing gear.
The Faroe Islands Government has announced today that it has opened its 5th oil and gas licensing round, which will run in tandem with the UK's recently opened round.
A union boss has criticised “unacceptable” pressure on workers in response to a report into a safety incident on a North Sea helicopter.
Sodexo said yesterday its energy and resources arm had won three new energy sector facilities management (FM) contracts, together worth £6.5 million a year, in the UK.
Rotech Subsea is starting its new trading year with the rare but welcome experience of having all of its sophisticated trenching and excavation systems either out on projects or about to leave the yard.
Hurricane Energy has insisted its recent disappointment at Warwick Deep has “no negative read-across” to its other West of Shetland discoveries.
Ineos has confirmed repairs have concluded on the Forties Pipeline System and that it is "ramping up to full rates".
Ineos has announced it expects to complete repairs to the Forties pipeline system today.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has launched the UK’s 32nd offshore licensing round as the industry seeks to restore exploration activity.
French oil giant Total announced yesterday that it would sell off a package of North Sea assets to Petrogas and HitecVision in a deal worth more than £510 million.
Fintech firm nSYS Services, of Aberdeen, said yesterday it had secured new contracts worth £500,000 during the first half of 2019.
Total will remain one of the major players in the UK North Sea despite the proposed sale of a package of assets to Petrogas in a £509m deal.
Subsea 7 has unveiled a new contract with Equinor in the Danish and Norwegian sectors of the North Sea.
French oil giant Total has announced that it has divested a package of North Sea assets to Petrogas.
Strikes have been averted at a major gas terminal in Aberdeenshire after discussions “allayed” workers’ fears on health and safety.
The firm which operates and maintains the St Fergus gas terminal in Aberdeenshire has appointed a new chief executive from Ineos.
The wait for a “significant pick up” in the North Sea’s subsea vessel market is likely to continue until 2021, according to a leading shipbroking firm.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has intervened in a commercial dispute between two operators which has led to the delay of a new North Sea project.
An Aberdeen headquartered oil and gas firm is considering floating on a public market as part of its long term growth plans.
A north-east man has written a novel after facing the twin travails of a cancer battle and losing his job in the oil and gas downturn.
Energy firm Ineos has said full ramp up of the Forties will take longer than first stated as the firm looks to carry out repairs on the North Sea pipeline.
Energy giant Ineos has announced it will "progressively reduce" the flow from its Forties pipeline.
Aberdeen-headquartered Ithaca Energy has announced it is set to launched a debt finance offering of £558 million in senior notes in an effort to realise its acquisition of Chevron's North Sea business.
As a taxpayer it was pleasing to read recently that decommissioning costs are being reduced.
Hiretech’s boss has freed himself up to focus more on the north-east energy service firm’s “strategic direction” by making a key managerial appointment.