Norwegian energy giant Equinor has confirmed that it closed down production on five platforms connected to its Oseberg Field Centre this week.
UK firms are being invited to take part in a trade mission to Brazil which will showcase new innovations in subsea technology.
Norwegian oil firm Okea has today announced its intention to launch an initial public offering (IPO) of its ordinary shares and to apply to publicly list the business on the Oslo Stock Exchange.
A sector deal for the oil and gas industry is now “unlikely” after ministers rebuffed the recommendations of an influential Commons committee, it has been claimed.
Wood chief executive Robin Watson said yesterday the Aberdeen-based energy service giant was successfully “broadening” its business and becoming less reliant on offshore oil and gas projects.
Italian oil and gas contractor Saipem has confirmed 14 crew have been injured in the Caspian Sea after a fire on board a pipe lay vessel.
A North Sea helicopter had to return to base in Aberdeen after parts fell off during a flight, an investigation has found.
Taqa’s North Sea operation remained “robust” in the first quarter of the year, despite the wider oil firm experiencing a heavy dip in profits.
Occidental Petroleum Corp. will move forward with its $38 billion takeover of Anadarko Petroleum Corp., the oil industry’s biggest deal in at least four years, after Chevron Corp. bowed out of the bidding.
It has been a busy three years for integrity management firm Imrandd.
Expertise in the North Sea oil and gas industry is abundant and it’s easy to see why. As a complex sector that has evolved and fine-tuned itself over the last 50 years, it continues to meet the bulk (almost 60%) of UK oil and gas demand and support – that’s more than 280,000 jobs in the supply chain.
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Deepwater operating firm DOF Subsea said last night that "most" of the estimated £7 million North Sea contracts it announced yesterday were with UK-based firms.
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Chevron Corp. is abandoning its $33 billion offer for oil driller Anadarko Petroleum Corp., the culmination of a month-long bidding war in which Occidental Petroleum Corp. prevailed over a rival five times its size.
Offshore accommodation vessel owner Prosafe reported a loss for the start of the year amid “modest” tendering activity.
The German government has made a formal objection to Shell’s plans to decommission the Brent field in the North Sea.
Aberdeen energy services firm Wood has appointed a 40-year veteran of the oil and gas industry as its new chairman.
UK energy service companies have to be able to “walk and chew gum” if the industry’s Vision 2035 scenario is to be achieved, a boss at the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) says.
Procurement policy “barriers” put up by operators are stifling technology development among SMEs, an oil and gas industry entrepreneur said.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has handed Premier Oil an improvement notice on the Balmoral platform.
Oil and gas services group ICR Integrity of Aberdeen has muscled in on the drone-based inspections market by snapping up Sky-Futures Partners for an undisclosed sum.
“There’s a difference between the way grass grows and the way a tree grows,” says Pol Palacios.
The engineers of the future went head-to-head at Robert Gordon University (RGU) last month when they put underwater robots, which they designed and built, to the test as part of an annual competition.
Occidental Petroleum Corp.’s corporate jet has crossed the Atlantic for the second time in two weeks, landing in the Netherlands, according to flight-tracking data and people familiar with the matter.