A roster of North Sea players has been brought together to begin pre-front end engineering and design studies (pre-FEED) for the Marigold field, which will be developed via Repsol Sinopec’s Piper Bravo platform.
Norwegian Energy Company (Noreco) reported a pre-tax loss of $17.1 million for Q1 2022, but maintained strong revenues and production at the upper end of its guidance.
North Sea firm Orcadian Energy has shared its electrification blueprint for axing operational oil and gas emissions by up to 80%.
Energy Voice takes an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at work on Ithaca's Captain Phase 2 enhanced oil recovery (EOR) project as key components await sailaway.
Petrogas has said it will develop the Birgitta gas field in the UK North Sea “within the next three years” following a successful appraisal campaign.
A leader from the Ukraine energy sector will deliver an address at a major North Sea industry conference in Aberdeen this month.
The Global Underwater Hub (GUH) has announced the makeup of its new ten-strong board, drawing on talent from across the energy and marine sectors.
The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is considering whether there are “reasonable grounds” to approve the merger of Maersk Drilling and Noble Corp, following the proposed sell-off of several North Sea rigs.
A cohort of North Sea oil and gas operators will set out plans for a combined subsea decommissioning campaign this week, as part of efficiency efforts led by the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA).
UK and Canada-focused independent i3 Energy has seen quarterly production double that of last year, as it looks to invest further capital in its Canadian drilling programme.
Facilities management firm Richard Irvin FM (RIFM) has hailed new contract wins totalling more than £670 million as “a fantastic opportunity to fuel growth”.
The head of Serica Energy has downplayed the chances of success at its North Eigg exploration well due to be spudded later this summer, but maintains the prospect is a good one.
Rovco has appointed Craig Davis to the new role of global account director for survey, as it looks to further growth following the launch of a survey-focused division last year.
SD Standard ETC is to acquire 25% of Aberdeenshire-headquartered Dolphin Drilling as part of a $10 million deal.
Boris Johnson urged the oil majors BP and Shell to invest “massively” in renewables to shore up the UK’s energy security, as soaring prices squeeze household budgets.
A full European embargo on Russian energy supplies will drive inflation in the U.K. even higher than the 40 year record that it is on track to reach, the Bank of England’s chief economist said.
Proposals to decommission the Foinaven floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel have been approved by government.
Operators are cracking on with decommissioning with numerous wells in line to be plugged and abandoned (P&A) in the coming months, particularly West of Shetland.
Construction work is “progressing well” on the Penguins FPSO - the first new manned vessel for Shell in the northern North Sea for 30 years - following a series of delays.
The chief executive of Shell has addressed whether the prospect of a North Sea windfall tax would damage the case for its planned £25bn investment in the UK.
Operator CNR International has been slammed by the safety watchdog after it was found to have delayed 36,000 hours of North Sea maintenance.
Neptune Energy has secured new renewable electricity supplies for its operated assets in Germany, as it works towards its goal of going “beyond Net Zero” by 2030.
One of Europe’s most successful shipyard groups, Damen, has decided to build on spec a trio of crew-change vessels for the rapidly expanding offshore renewable energy services market.
The leading offshore UK trade body has claimed North Sea firms could spend up to £250 billion domestically by 2030, “far greater” than any sum to be raised through a windfall tax.
Analysts have said it “could be the end of the line” for Aberdeen-headquartered Awilco Drilling after the firm agreed to offload the remains of its fleet.