A Norwegian freight firm has shut its offices in Aberdeen and established a partnership with another firm to run the services previously offered.
A west of Shetland oilfield that has cost its operator more than £1.2billion to develop has missed another target date for production start-up.
Independent oil and Gas (IOG) said it has completed £13.55million financing transactions with London oil & Gas.
The latest revision of well integrity guidelines have been published by industry body Oil and Gas UK.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) said a gas leak on a North Sea platform on Boxing Day last year had exposed workers to an "unacceptable risk of serious personal injury from fire and explosion".
Denmark's DONG Energy announced Tuesday that it has decided to terminate the EPC contract for the Hejre project after it claimed the supplier consortium failed to meet its contractual commitments.
ConocoPhillips is said to be making plans to shut down one of the North Sea's biggest gas pipelines.
A drive towards exploiting the millions of barrels of oil in the North Sea's small oil pools could lead the UK's subsea sector to become world leaders in exploiting hard to recover oil supplies and sustain the industry for decades to come, according to a senior industry figure.
An independent facilities manager on Shetland has won a three year contact from oil major BP thought to be worth £10million.
Shell today confirmed it was considering a North Sea sell-off in a bid to balance its financial books after completing its $35billion mega takeover of BG.
An oil worker has been airlifted to hospital after becoming ill on a North Sea platform.
Vessel owners will have to face up to the prospect of further layups in 2016 as North Sea operators scale back on exploration activity.
North Sea entrepreneur Tom Cross said yesterday he would “certainly be interested” in exploration and production assets currently owned by France’s Engie.
Energy Voice has launched its latest sector research campaign aimed at uncovering industry opportunities in a low oil price environment.
An Aberdeen maritime consultancy firm is celebrating a three-year contract renewal with oil giant BP.
The Montrose Area Development (MAR) has reached a milestone with the arrival of the Safe Boreas accommodation vessel in the North Sea.
Aberdeen MP Kirsty Blackman has pressed the UK Government to outline what further action is planned to encourage confidence and exploration in the North Sea.
The future of oil and gas industry to be discussed by prospective MSPs at an event organised by industry body Oil & Gas UK.
Industry, legal experts and businesses in Aberdeen have thrown their support behind a call to the UK Government over future OGA appeals processes.
Energy Minister Fergus Ewing today called on the UK Government to spell out exactly where the the Oil and Gas Authority's appeals process would be held or risk losing out on a specialised skills set.
Cluff Natural Resources has signed a deal with Verus Petroleum acquire a quarter share in three licences in the Central North Sea and the Moray Firth.
Energy Voice sat down with the Oil and Gas Authority's director of exploration and production, Gunther Newcombe, to discuss how the 29th licensing round differs from previous rounds and learn more about its many North Sea firsts.
New figures showing Scotland’s total oil and gas supply chain sales reached a record £22.9billion during 2014, over half of which was delivered via international activity, are a strong reminder of the important role the sector plays in Scotland and globally.
Sparrows Group has secured an initial five-year contract to deliver cranes and maintenance services for Statoil's Mariner development in the North Sea.
A group of North Sea operators have come together to improve efficiency with the launch of a trial scheme to share 200,000 inventory items.