North Sea firm Ithaca Energy said it remains on schedule to deliver first oil from its flagship Stella field in the North Sea later this year more than doubling production to 20-25,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day.
More than 500 people took part in Energy Voice's research campaign, dubbed $Sub 50: New Perspective and Hidden Opportunities.
Construction work on Europe’s largest floating wind farm will begin later this year after the Crown Estate granted a lease to Norwegian multinational Statoil.
North Sea helicopter crash: Initial report says flight dropped 2,000ft from the sky when rotor head suddenly detached
Investigators said a North Sea helicopter flight which crashed killing 13 people dropped 2000ft from the sky when its main rotor head and mast suddenly detached.
David Cameron today vowed his government would “never wash our hands” of the North Sea as he urged businesses to collaborate to maintain safety while keeping costs under control.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate has granted Wintershall a drilling permit for wildcat well in the Norwegian sea.
Statoil has been given an improvement notice by the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) after a non-conformity was highlighted on the Johan Castberg FPSO.
Statoil has been hit with an improvement notice on its Gullfaks A platform in the North Sea after a numbe rof non-conformities were found.
Workers have written to their union to express safety fears following the EC225 crash of April 29 in Norway
Workers on board a North Sea platform have been told they will have their pay docked after downing tools in response to the fatal helicopter crash off Norway.
A huge and emotional outpouring of distressed and angry emails have been received by the leading offshore workers’ trade union RMT since a fatal helicopter crash in Norway killed 13 people last month.
The boss of industry body Oil and and Gas UK has moved to clarify comments she made to MPs after angry oil workers objected to her claiming they "get it" about why cost cutting measures are being taken by companies.
Wintershall has awarded Halliburton a four-year contract to support its exploration and development projects in Norway.
The chief executive of the oil and gas regulator insisted yesterday it would be wrong not to be concerned about safety at such a transformational time for the industry.
A new name in North Sea oil and gas said yesterday it had already achieved a “major milestone” by installing a bridge-linked platform for the £1.6billion Montrose Area Redevelopment (MAR).
Oil and gas veteran Algy Cluff has hit out at the UK government claiming its energy policy in recent years has delivered “grave threats” to Britain’s energy security.
The UK and Norwegian Civil Aviation Authorities have extended the flying ban to other Airbus helicopters following last month's North Sea helicopter crash which claimed the lives 13 people.
Union bosses painted a bleak picture of “disengaged and demoralised” offshore workers living in a “culture of fear” yesterday, as they warned of a move towards industrial conflict in the North Sea.
Wintershall has been granted consent by the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) in Norway for an exploration licence in the North Sea.
A union boss today warned there is a move towards industrial conflict in the North Sea sector.
The Montrose Area Redevelopment (MAR) in the UK North Sea has reached a major milestone with the successful installation of the new Montrose Bridge Linked Platform.
BP’s regional president for the North Sea, Mark Thomas, is confident the brand-new Glen Lyon production ship will be ready to be towed to the Schiehallion field west of Shetland at the end of the month.
Oil pioneer Algy Cluff said yesterday his firm had taken another step on its way to becoming a major North Sea player after wrapping up a deal for stakes in “drill ready” licences.
The funeral of a north-east man who tragically died in a helicopter crash in Norway is to be held this week.
Cluff Natural Resources (CNR) has purchase a stake in a trio of licences in the North Sea for just £1.