AKER Solutions has been awarded a contract renewal with BP for the oil giant's assets west of Shetland.
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Talisman Energy said yesterday it had decelerated its spending on some projects in the UK North Sea to take advantage of a slowdown in the contracting environment.
Venture Production's boss said yesterday that the Aberdeen-based oil and gas operator was well funded to make acquisitions.
ABERDEEN-BASED Cetco Oilfield Services has signed a deal with a Libyan service agent company.
The Scot who is vice-chairman of US energy major Chevron said in Aberdeen last night that he hoped renewable-energy sources could make great progress in coming years.
Aberdeen company Hydrasun is planning its third acquisition in less than a year, it emerged yesterday.
TULLOW Oil said yesterday the Hyedua-2 well drilled to appraise the Jubilee field offshore Ghana had flowed at a stable rate of 16,750 barrels of oil per day (bpd), plus 21million cubic feet of associated gas per day.
MORE than 100 north-east jobs are at risk at international oil services company Baker Hughes Inteq.
Norwegian Energy Company, (Noreco), said yesterday the non-operating partners of the Huntington field in the UK had unanimously decided to remove Oilexco North Sea (ONS) as operator of the licence.
HALLIN Marine, the AIM-listed subsea service provider to the oil and gas industry, said yesterday it had formed a new robotics company and expanded the boards of its two main operating divisions in Aberdeen and Singapore.
Two Britons who have been held hostage for four months are "alive and well" but will not be released until the leader of Nigeria's main militant group is freed, the organisation said yesterday.
RBG, of Aberdeen, said yesterday it had completed the first phase in a planned £5million expansion of its Invergordon base.
AN EVENT on the global challenge of maximising oil and gas recovery in ancient river sediments began in Aberdeen yesterday.
ATR Group of Aberdeen today announced the sale of one of its businesses.
International oil service company Baker Hughes INTEQ is expected to make an announcement today on possible job losses.
OIL major BP said yesterday it had finalised the revision of the shareholder agreement with its Russian joint-venture partners in Russia's third-largest oil company TNK-BP.
MONTROSE oil and gas technology manufacturer Merpro has shipped out a consignment of produced-water hydrocyclone modules to Abu Dhabi.
Europeans left freezing and in the dark saw their hopes for an end to the Russia-Ukraine gas dispute sink after officials failed to reach a deal which would restore power to millions of homes.
The world's largest oilfield service provider, Schlumberger, might cut employee numbers in the north-east, it emerged yesterday.
Development of the Huntington oil discovery will go ahead as planned despite its operator, Oilexco North Sea (ONS), going into administration this week.
ABERDEEN-BASED IT specialist Sword Pragma has landed a three-year contract with Total E&P UK, with options to extend for a further two years.
Scottish engineer Weir Group said yesterday it was increasing its full-year profit forecast again after performing well in the fourth quarter and enjoying positive currency effects, notably from the strengthening US dollar against the pound.
Scottish Secretary Jim Murphy will welcome subsea industry leaders and delegates when Subsea 09 opens in Aberdeen next month.
An end to the gas supply crisis in Europe appeared to be close last night after Russia vowed to restore full services once observers are in place to check flows through Ukraine.
Russia shut off all gas supplies to Europe through Ukraine yesterday, leaving tens of thousands of people in more than a dozen countries without heat during a winter cold snap.