Trade body Oil & Gas UK (OGUK) us seeking data experts to help the industry make sense of one of the world’s largest collections of subsurface oil information.
Waste management specialist Augean has snapped up fellow industrial waste firm Colt in a £9.2million deal.
BP is considering the sale of a minority stake in the Forties pipeline, one of the most important pieces of oil infrastructure in the U.K. North Sea, according to sources close to the matter.
Royal Dutch Shell Plc is in talks with potential buyers for some North Sea assets, mostly fields itgot this year as part of the record acquisition of BG Group Plc, according to people familiar with the matter.
Scottish independent exploration firm Faroe Petroleum has been granted a drilling permit from Norwegian authorities for North Sea wildcat well.
New analysis suggests the North Sea collaboration is on the rise.
Petrofac has landed a North Sea contract win with Total, securing the future of 150 jobs.
A trio of Aberdeen-based engineers with more than 70 years experience between them have set up their own business after finding themselves victims of the oil price crash.
Oil and gas operators have seen a 15% reduction in their UK-based headcount over the past 12 months – and they expect a further decline of 17% in the year ahead.
Wood Group has said it is considering revisions to the terms and conditions proposed for employees working on Shell platforms in the North Sea.
The latest Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce (AGCC)/Fraser of Allander Oil and Gas Survey is the first since Russell Borthwick became AGCC chief executive earlier this year.
Unemployment in Scotland rose by 8,000 in the first three months of 2016 and now stands at 169,000.
Statoil has officially moved into its new Aberdeen headquarters.
Statoil has said it is ready to begin its own investigation into the North Sea helicopter crash that killed 13 people.
A north-east house builder has revealed plans to cut more than 20 jobs as it faces a decline in sales.
SeaEnergy today confirmed it had entered into an agreement with a preferred bidder for its Return to Scene Business (R2S) in a bid to pay off its debts.
Defiant Amber Rudd yesterday made no apologies for taking more than a year to visit Europe’s energy capital – despite the city enduring its most challenging 12 months on record.
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Operator Repsol Sinopec Resources UK's (RSRUK) – previously Talisman Sinopec Energy UK – latest North Sea project will unlock an additional 100million barrels of oil equivalent (boe) and extend the life of the Montrose area to beyond 2030.
An employment expert and partner at law firm Pinsent Masons has warned overly restrictive contracts may drive key workers out of the North Sea oil and gas industry and spark a brain drain.
BP’s move to double its stake in the £3billion Culzean gas development will be followed by other UK North Sea deals to put asset ownership “in the right place”, an oil and gas expert said last night.
An initial report into the Norway helicopter crash which claimed the lives of 13 people has found the flight appeared normal until a “sudden catastrophic failure developed in 1-2 seconds”.
The opening of Total’s Shetland Gas Plant was hailed as a "phenomenal" milestone for the UK energy sector.
An offshore helicopter heading to Aberdeen carrying 18 people was forced to make an emergency landing today.
Norwegian authorities have ordered Statoil to report on how it will make improvements to processes on its Gullfaks A platform after an audit revealed a number of non-conformities incluiding a chemicals related health risk.
BP has doubled its stake in the Culzean North Sea gas field as part of the energy giant’s £7 billion investment programme in the region.