African states trying to secure domestic energy infrastructure have tended to struggle with creditworthiness, which makes project financing more difficult.
More than 7,500 oil and gas workers have lost their jobs since the onset of the coronavirus crisis and tens of thousands more could go, industry leaders have warned.
EnQuest is not seeking to make compulsory redundancies for its “unionised” workforce at the Sullom Voe Terminal in Shetland, according to Unite.
A “more diversified” Chrysaor could still be producing 200,000 barrels of oil a day in 2040, according to the firm’s North Sea boss.
Shell is pushing ahead with plans to divest its share of the giant Abadi LNG project in the Masela Block offshore Indonesia.
The price crash has put producers around the world under pressure – but few are facing a court challenge in a bid to stop the oil flowing.
Thousands of people have lost their jobs in the UK oil industry in the last few months.
Each year, Britain’s oil refineries send millions of barrels of surplus gasoline across the Atlantic to fuel America’s cars. The vital export trade appears to have stopped in June.
During this time of reflection, 32 years on from the Piper Alpha disaster, we must not forget the survivors, family and friends of those who lost their lives.
Personal protective equipment (PPE) specialist Red Wing is an industry leader in North Sea offshore PPE for a reason – it values people.
After servicing the hospitality, manufacturing, construction, oil and gas, marine, chemical and renewable energy sectors since its inception in 2003, Hawkes Associates (UK) has marked the start of an exciting new phase in the company’s development by rebranding to Hawkes Health.
Underwater inspection in lieu of drydock (UWILD) inspections are a recognised maritime service carried out to ensure the structural and operational integrity of the marine assets and ensure a vessel’s seaworthiness during its operational lifespan and adherence to legislation.
Remember February 2020? It was only a few months ago but in business terms it feels like a lifetime.
Mammoet has begun demobilising its heavy-lift equipment at the Dangote Refinery complex, in Nigeria, although the plant is now expected to start up in late 2022.
Eni has submitted plans to decommission its six platforms in and around the Hewett field in the North Sea.
Petrofac has won a $135m (£106.6m) contract in Kazakhstan in a joint venture with locally-based Iskar Group.
Investors in subsea service firm Rovop have pumped millions of pounds more into the business and installed a new CEO.
Eni’s CEO Claudio Descalzi has held talks with the head of the Government of National Accord (GNA) Fayez al Sarraj and the chairman of the National Oil Corp. (NOC) Mustafa Sanalla.
Odfjell Drilling has put 139 offshore workers at risk of redundancy after completing a drilling contract ahead of schedule.
Serica Energy has released a video showing life on board its Bruce platform amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Westwood Global Energy reports that as of July 1 there was one exploration and appraisal well active in the UK.
The coronavirus pandemic has taken its toll on the world, with lives lost and economies shrinking.
An explosion at a valve station has killed seven people in Nigeria’s OML 40.
With the vast majority of office staff working remotely due to the restrictions and risk posed by the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, office-based staff and families alike have seldom felt so disconnected from the key workers and loved ones who continue to man offshore and onshore installations, critical to supporting the nation’s energy requirements.
Safelift Offshore’s complete focus during its 25 years of service to the offshore energy industries has been on engineering products to enhance and improve occupational and task-specific safety – and this continues to be the case today.