Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) today confirmed it would drill the appraisal well for the North Sea's Skipper prospect next month.
UK North Sea strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats will be outlined by one of the key speakers at the annual Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) conference in Aberdeen next week.
BP has the weather window needed to moor the brand new production ship Glen Lyon on Quad 204 (the Schiehallion field cluster) on the West of Shetland sector of the UKCS.
A petition calling for Super Pumas to be removed from service has now reached more than 27,000 signatures since its launch a month ago.
Atlantic Petroleum said it has entered into a sale and purchase agreement with Bridge Petroleum for its 24% interest in the Orlando development.
The SNP’s £12million flagship retraining fund for redundant oil and gas workers has delivered cash to less than 100 people.
Lifting costs for Beryl are just $10 per barrel and operator Apache sees a host of opportunities to grow and sustain production long-term from the UK North Sea field.
When it comes to the North Sea, there is no such thing as an easy sale, even for oil giants Shell and BP.
A visit by ministers to Aberdeen yesterday was welcomed as a “strong signal” that the Scottish Government was “open for listening” to the region’s oil and gas industry.
The North Sea oil industry has a long future with “good times ahead” if it can work past the current downturn, according to Holyrood Economy Secretary Keith Brown.
Cabinet secretary for the economy Keith Brown has said an independent Scotland could be more "proactive" in helping the struggling North Sea oil and gas industry.
BP has been given consent by the Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) to remove the top deck of Ekofisk 2/4-G.
Statoil has awarded Rosenberg WorleyParsons a contract for fabrication of three bridges and two flare towers for the massive Johan Sverdrup project.
Oil major BP's jobs boost for the North Sea has been described as a "ray of light" for the UKCS.
Workers have been downmanned from the Beatrice Alpha installation after a power failure.
BP has today renewed its commitment to the North Sea – by announcing the creation of more than 500 jobs.
BP boss Mark Thomas has hailed the west of Shetland the North Sea’s "next chapter of opportunity".
Statoil has agreed to increase its holding in the Utgard field after acquiring JX Nippon's 45% share.
These images show a number of modules, which have been lifted and installed as BP's Clair Ridge, marking another another North Sea milestone for the firm.
The Clair Ridge development will have the capability to produce an estimated 640 million barrels of oil over a 40 year period, with peak production expected to be up to 120,000 barrels of oil per day.
The Glen Lyon FPSO is expected to arrive at its new home in waters offshore Shetland on Sunday.
A concerted effort is required to ensure Scotland’s vital North Sea oil and gas industry enjoys a bright future, the Economy Secretary has said.
The European Aviation Safety Agency has issued a directive calling for further inspections to take place on all H225 and AS332L2 flights as a precautionary measure until further notice.
GE Oil & Gas has secured a major deal with Statoil to supply surface wellhead and christmas tree equipment for the landmark John Sverdrup in the North Sea.
Oil major Shell has resumed flights with CHC in Norway almost a month after a North Sea helicopter crash which killed 13 people.