The future of SLP, one of the UK's best known offshore fabrication yards, continues to hang by a thread following its collapse into administration several weeks ago.
Although Canada's oil-sands rush came to an abrupt end with the global financial crisis and recession, the development of the industry will continue in the future, says the Centre for Global Energy Studies (CGES).
LLOYD'S Register has made what it says is its most significant move yet in its mission to become the leading authority in the provision of business assurance and risk management services to the oil&gas, nuclear and transportation markets by taking over Scandpower of Norway.
If Britain is ever going to meet its national carbon-reduction obligations, its commercial, industrial and public buildings need to improve from an average of an E energy rating today to C by 2020 and A by 2050, warns the Carbon Trust.
FUGRO'S latest ship, Fugro Searcher, was successfully launched last month at the Fassmer Shipyard in Germany.
ABERDEEN company KD Marine has purpose-designed and built a pair of 12m (40ft) workboats specially to support dive operations in the North Sea.
The head of carbon capture and storage research at the formerly state-owned TUV NEL laboratory, East Kilbride, insists that the UK is in a "strong position" to accelerate development and application of CCS technologies.
Wood Group GTS (Gas-Turbine Services) said yesterday it had been awarded a five-year contract in America worth almost £17million.
Oil and Gas UK and Step Change in Safety are calling for entries to the UK oil and gas industry's first safety awards.
ENERGY-SECTOR supply-chain specialist 80:20 Procurement Services, of Aberdeen, aims to grow its workforce and achieve turnover of £10million after a raft of contract wins.
Premier Oil said yesterday it was to take a 50% stake in a block in the UK central North Sea containing two prospects.
Cairn Energy said yesterday it had secured a second drilling unit for this year's exploration programme offshore western Greenland.
A LEADING figure in North Sea oil and gas circles has had a change of job over the festive season, the Press and Journal can reveal.
ITF, the oil and gas industry technology facilitator, said yesterday it had secured £4.2million of investment during the past year.
PETROFAC, the international oil and gas facility service provider, has announced what could be its biggest deal, worth up to £2.5billion.
NORTH-EAST renewable-energy firm SeaEnergy said yesterday it had settled a long-running dispute with the state oil company of Azerbaijan over rights in the Caspian Sea.
The UK subsea sector is on the brink of a new era as the decade draws to a close, according to leading industry spokesman Alistair Birnie.
WELL intervention expert Helix Well Ops UK has ended the year on a high, with the first projects by its new ship.
Offshore Hydrocarbon Mapping has announced a credit facility of up to £1.25million.
Interim losses have widened at troubled energy service company Sovereign Oilfield Group.
SCOTTISH and Southern Energy (SSE) said yesterday it had agreed to acquire a 25.1% stake in the 367-megawatt (MW) Walney offshore windfarm being built in the Irish Sea from Danish state-controlled Dong Energy, which will retain a 74.9% stake.
TULLOW Oil said yesterday that appraisal drilling on the giant Jubilee oil field offshore Ghana had confirmed a southern extension of the field and encountered three reservoir zones.
HUNTING, the international energy service company, said yesterday it had sold its Hunting Energy France (HEF) operations to Finergy, a new company established by a group of French investors including two directors of HEF.
THERE are only 30 stands left at the UK's largest renewable-energy exhibition and conference, though the annual event is still months away.
Bond Offshore Helicopters said yesterday it planned to add about 60 people to its workforce after new contract wins worth £160million.