A director has been appointed to spearhead a new, multi-million-pound Aberdeen centre for the research and development of pioneering subsea energy technologies.
A leading North Sea safety specialist has spoken out on his battle with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) and his hopes to raise awareness of the terminal illness.
Real headway is being made with establishing the UK’s proposed global underwater engineering hub, most likely next year but subject to adequate and significant funding being secured, including from the public purse.
Diamond Offshore has announced a £39million extension with Apache in the UK North Sea as part of £480million in new work secured in 2019.
Ithaca Energy intends to create a “new infrastructure company” with an unspecified global investment company, the North Sea oil firm’s owner said yesterday.
A subsea and drilling services firm from Thailand is targeting the North Sea market with a newly incorporated UK subsidiary.
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Well-SENSE has strengthened its leadership team with the appointment of a new director to assist with the company’s growth plans.
A new clean energy power system could soon be used to provide backup power to North Sea assets.
EnQuest’s decision to cease production from its linked Alma-Galia oilfields effectively brings to a close a 50-year chapter in the annals of the UK North Sea.
Aberdeen millionaire Ian Suttie’s First Tech was the red in 2018-19, but efforts to bolster the firm’s balance sheet and an influx of contracts have set the group up for a “bright future”.
Shares in i3 Energy dropped this morning after the North Sea oil and gas explorer revealed plans for a secondary listing.
Forged in the bitter winds of the 2014 North Sea oil downturn, Namaka Subsea has built itself up from a two-man Aberdeen operation to a 20-strong team spread across three global offices.
North Sea firms must dig deeper into the talent pool to find “unicorns” within the workforce, a Shell plant boss warned yesterday.
Up to 100 jobs are thought to be at risk from Premier Oil's plans to terminate vessel owner Teekay’s contract for a North Sea field.
BP has pushed back a final investment decision (FID) on its Clair South project to make sure it aligns with low carbon ambitions.
Oil giant Shell has confirmed that decommissioning work on the Curlew floating production (FPSO) vessel moored in Dundee has been halted.
Company disputes can cost time, money and, ultimately, get in the way of doing business effectively.
DNO, which took over Aberdeen-based Faroe Petroleum last year, has taken £112million of impairments costs related to its newly-acquired fields in the North Sea.
Italian engineering services firm Saipem has been contracted to carry out work on EnQuest’s stricken Thistle platform in the UK North Sea.
A new North Sea firm, created by the former bosses of Faroe Petroleum, has announced it is evaluating "a number" of potential acquisition targets.
Norwegian energy giant Equinor has outlined plans to become a global offshore wind “major” by 2026 as it looks to "shape its portfolio" in line with the Paris goals.
The start-up of production from the Culzean field in the UK North Sea couldn’t prevent Total from becoming the latest major to report a slide in profits last year.
Hurricane Energy has confirmed that the Lincoln Crestal well won’t be tied back to the floating production vessel on its nearby Lancaster field this year.
Hill of Rubislaw in Aberdeen reflects the changing face of the North Sea oil and gas industry, two of the north-east’s leading commercial property experts said yesterday.