Centrica has formally launched the process of selling off its stake in North Sea explorer Spirit Energy, according to a news report.
The National Galleries of Scotland has severed Portrait Award funding ties with BP over the "climate emergency".
Private-equity firm Antin Infrastructure Partners has agreed to sell North Sea pipeline and terminal owner Kellas Midstream, headquartered in Aberdeen.
Israeli firm Delek Group's Aberdeen-based subsidiary, Ithaca Energy, has completed the acquisition of Chevron’s UK North Sea business.
An oilfield equipment deal between two US firms will bring millions of pounds worth of work to the north-east.
A North Sea union has condemned Wood over plans to cut sickness pay by more than 75% for its workers on CNOOC platforms.
Champions of the offshore industry were honoured in style at the annual Oil and Gas UK Awards last night.
Taqa’s European boss has insisted the company is “relentlessly” focused on safe and reliable operations despite a crew member sustaining a minor injury on a North Sea platform last month.
North Sea explorer i3 Energy has started drilling a new pilot well at its Liberator field in the outer Moray Firth.
A global energy giant with bases in Montrose, Aberdeen and Glasgow has seen turnover increase by 5.5%.
Siccar Point Energy has reached another checkpoint en route to a final investment decision (FID) for its 900 million barrel Cambo project off Shetland.
Infrastructure firm Costain's Aberdeen team will work on contracts worth £4 million for a range of projects, including North Sea oil and gas, nuclear and carbon capture.
The UK boss of CNOOC International has said the “Gung-Ho” days of the North Sea are finished amid a need to focus on mental health.
A North Sea boss has hailed new leadership measures to prevent major hazards offshore as being the “first time” in her career the industry has aligned in such a way.
The chairman of the Health and safety Executive (HSE) has warned the North Sea needs to be “constantly vigilant” after a platform was evacuated over structural concerns.
Scores of engineers have been locked in a bitter pay dispute with employer CHC Helicopter for 18 months.
A north-east well integrity specialist is finding strength in union.
A leading petroleum economist has said there are “positive signs” that a new law is making an impact on North Sea deals, a year on since it came into effect.
Impairment charges of £265million from a “prolonged downturn and weaker outlook in the North Sea” have taken Prosafe to a heavy loss in the third quarter.
An industry body will warn there is “much more to be done” to prevent major leaks in the North Sea at an Aberdeen conference later.
An Aberdeen-headquartered company is facing a further legal battle after winning a £33million ruling over a major North Sea pipeline system.
The UK oil and gas sector must be alive to the threat of rising costs in its quest to become the global expert in cost-effective decommissioning, industry experts have warned.
Oil firm EnQuest has said it is working with suppliers on a range of options for restoring the Thistle platform to production.
It was the beginning of an exciting week when Greenpeace announced they had sent activists to the middle of the North Sea to climb the remains of Shell’s Brent platforms, brandishing signs of “clean up your mess”.
The UK arm of oilfield service company Halliburton has swung back into black after shrugging off previous financial losses.