Oil & Gas
Pier Solutions, formerly Dynamix Modular, is aiming for a 20% expansion in the next 12 months, creating new jobs in Aberdeen.
Petrofac workers are being balloted for industrial action in a dispute over pay, Unite Scotland has confirmed.
A new leak has been discovered on the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea, bringing the total number of ruptures to four, according to the Swedish Coast Guard’s Command Center.
Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) is in engaging on security with government bodies amid heightening political tensions in Europe.
Nominations for next year's Offshore Achievement Awards are now open, with new a new lineup to bring greater recognition to the industry.
TotalEnergies chief executive Patrick Pouyanne is bullish on pushing his company into renewable energy even as the Russian invasion of Ukraine shakes up the global energy market.
Papua New Guinea (PNG) offered Japanese companies favoured access to new gas field development opportunities and liquefied natural gas (LNG) processing projects in trade talks that focused on energy security, PNG Prime Minister James Marape said, reported Reuters.
Keppel Offshore & Marine's (Keppel O&M's) subsidiary, Keppel Shipyard, has won a tender from Brazil’s national oil company, Petrobras, to carry out the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of P-83, a floating production, storage and offloading vessel (FPSO), in a deal worth about US$2.8 billion.
TotalEnergies plans to continue pressing ahead with short-cycle projects in Angola but also add a new hub on the Cameia-Golfhino finds.
Kintore-based pipeline technology specialist STATS Group has appointed Ross Wallace to the position of finance director, after 11 years with the company.
Arabian Drilling Co., a Saudi Arabian oilfield-services company partly owned by Schlumberger NV, took only hours to garner enough investor orders to fully cover an initial public offering that could raise as much as 2.67 billion riyals ($710 million).
Reabold Resources has announced a conditional offer to acquire Simwell Resources, a privately held explorer with several licences across the southern North Sea.
Demonstrators are planning to dress up as the bosses of Shell, BP and Gazprom this weekend in protest against the energy price cap rise.
Nigeria’s upstream regulator is launching an investigation into the country’s production woes, saying there is more than just oil theft to blame.
Norway’s offshore watchdog has urged “increased vigilance” after unidentified drones were spotted near North Sea platforms.
Eni and Petroci have awarded two contracts for work in Cote d’Ivoire to Saipem, worth around 1 billion euros ($956 million).
SPE Offshore Europe has launched a call for papers for its 2023 event, celebrating 50 years since the first conference was held at Aberdeen University in 1973.
A 30-year-old Peterhead shotblasting firm has gone bust, with most of the jobs among a 13-strong workforce axed.
Uganda’s government struck a defiant tone at an oil conference in Kampala, warning Europe to focus on its own problems and setting out plans for a new licensing round.
Taqa’s share of the decommissioning bill for the Greater Brae Area (GBA) has increased by more than $350 million after a licence partner defaulted on its liability.
UK oil and gas reserves declined again in 2021 as new developments failed to offset production of nearly 500 million barrels, according to new figures from the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA).