Ineos boss Jim Ratcliffe is reported to have made a takeover approach to ConocoPhillips for its North Sea assets which was rejected by the company.
BP has axed a £500million project which would have created hundreds of jobs and delivered a significant economic boost for Shetland.
Solstad Offshore has signed a frame agreement with Technip Norge and Technip UK for the supply of vessels for trenching, construction and subsea services.
Billionaire Sir Ian Wood said the beleaguered oil and gas sector was beginning to show slight signs of recovery.
Wintershall has been hit with a number of improvement points after an audit was carried out on the Brage oil field.
A CHC-operated helicopter was forced to land on a North Sea installation after a cockpit light illuminated during the flight.
Interocean Marine Services has been awarded a two-year contract with Apache North Sea to support its drilling operations.
Oil major BP has confirmed it has thrown out plans for a new gas sweetening plant at Shetland's Sullom Voe Terminal (SVT).
Royal Dutch Shell said its spending plans will include a cash injection of around $4billion dollars for the North Sea.
An estimated 120,000 jobs will have been lost by the end of this year as a result of the collapse in fortunes of the UK offshore oil and gas industry.
The Scottish Conservative energy spokesman Alexander Burnett has called on Chancellor George Osborne to provide Treasury-backed loan guarantees to boost investment in the North Sea.
A North Sea helicopter flight landed on the wrong platform after its pilots misidentified their correct landing location eight miles away.
The north and north-east could be in line to benefit from a boom in oil and gas decommissioning jobs.
DEA is to reduce its headcount in Norway, the company have confirmed.
Cluff Natural Resources (CLNR) had joined forces with Simwell Resources and Burgate E&P to pursue a "significant new gas field" in the Southern North Sea.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has granted Lundin Norway a drilling permit for well 7220/11-3 in the North Sea.
Statoil said it has made a minor gas discovery in the North Sea after drilling a wildcat well.
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A Norwegian court will assess next week whether an email sent to hundreds of employees by COSL was a valid form of dismissal from the company.
Offshore unions have launched a ballot for industrial action on Wood Group over pay and conditions.
Norwegian operator Statoil plans to replace a cable system on its Gullfaks field after leak was discovered after just one month in use.
Deloitte has predicted a rise in North Sea infrastructure deals this year, with private-equity playing a growing role.
Hurricane Energy today confirmed it had suspended its efforts to source farmout partners for its Lancaster field development located west of Shetland.
Helicopter chiefs in Aberdeen plan to end their use of the H225s on North Sea flights - unless customers call for the model to be used to fly their workers to installations.