A Scottish Conservative MEP has launched an audacious bid to change EU law in a bid to boost the North Sea oil and gas sector by £1.5billion.
Investigators for a North Sea helicopter crash, which killed 13 people last month, are set to resume their search for missing parts next month.
The downturn in subsea shipping activity provides the ideal opportunity for North Sea operators to fix the roof while the sun is shining, according to analysts.
Statoil is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Heimdal with the publication of a biography of the landmark development.
Offshore oil drillers operating in Norway warn that a possible strike over wages could deepen the worst market downturn in a generation.
The owners of a rig on which an oil worker died after being hit by a huge wave have been issued with a safety order from authorities after violating safety regulations.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has granted Statoil a drilling permit for more North Sea wildcat wells.
Petrleuum activities in the Norwegian sector produced 400,000 tonnes more CO2 emissions in 2015 than the previous year, according to figures released by authorities.
North Sea helicopter crash: Investigators identify three possible causes, Airbus plays down speculation
Norwegian investigators have said they are examining three potential causes for a North Sea helicopter crash which killed 13 people last month.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate today confirmed Statoil's wildcat has made a North Sea oil discovery.
A highly respected Scottish economist expects oil and gas to remain Scotland’s fastest growing industrial sector despite the collapse in commodity prices wreaking doom and gloom in the industry.
Sembcorp Marine has successfully delivered the Maersk Highlander to Maersk Drilling.
Maritime and oil and gas unions have adopted a united front against industry’s “race to the bottom”, it emerged today.
A patient was airlifted to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary yesterday after falling ill on board an offshore standby vessel.
The chairman of Ithaca Energy is set to step down ahead of the firm achieving first oil from its flagship North Sea field.
North Sea workers are to be balloted for strikes in a dispute over pay with oil services giant Wood Group.
Shipping specialist GC Rieber has won a cable lay charter from James Fisher Marine Services for subsea construction support vessel Polar Onyx in the UK North Sea.
The number of labour disputes in Norway has tripled since the global decline in oil price, according to new figures.
Maersk Drilling has bought a jack-up newbuild which will be used at the company's Culzean development in the North Sea.
Administrators have been appointed for Enterprise Engineering Services limited (EESL) in Aberdeen at the request of the company's directors.
The UK Government has incurred a loss from oil and gas production for the first time in history.
Production from a North Sea platform has resumed after it was shut down on Boxing Day.
Asset-rich North Sea businesses are turning to alternative methods of funding their ongoing operations as their market continues to prove challenging, according to lawyers at HBJ Gateley.
Figures have shown investment in the oil and gas sector in Norway will continue to decrease in 2017 as the sector continues to adjust to a challenging market place.
A special taskforce set up to tackle the fallout from the North Sea oil and gas crisis is to look at how it can help following news that up to 100 are at risk at Amec Foster Wheeler in Great Yarmouth.