UK oilfield services firm Expro has been awarded a £16million contract to help decommission an offshore field for Malaysian operator Petronas.
Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund has acquired a 40% stake in a joint venture between state energy producer Aramco and Jacobs Engineering Group Inc., according to three people familiar with the matter.
Chevron Corp. is seeking approval to modify its plans for a liquefied natural gas export facility on Canada’s Pacific Coast to an all-electric design that it says will result in the lowest greenhouse-gas emissions per ton of LNG of any large project in the world.
Investors’ 11-year wait for the Nigerian government to open up Africa’s biggest crude industry may be over.
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has said its two new boardroom appointments will be tasked with boltering ongoing efforts at increasing North Sea competitiveness and leading the charge toward the UK's net zero emissions target.
Repsol's chairman has hit out at governments across the European Union (EU), accusing them of "placating" citizens by "demonosing" the oil and gas sector.
Environmental campaigners are using a 25ft purple boat to block a busy Glasgow city centre road, in protest against inaction on climate change.
The RMT trade union has vowed to step up pressure for a public inquiry into offshore helicopter safety after a report showed engineer fatigue contributed to the collapse of an aircraft's landing gear.
Concern has been raised over the cost to businesses and the potential shrinking of the North Sea workforce over plans to change contractor pay rules.
BP has employed the use of remote-controlled boats for a “groundbreaking” inspection project in the North Sea.
Training methods used by leading airlines have been adapted for the offshore oil and gas industry.
ExxonMobil’s loss in a court case in Europe may translate into a gain for carbon prices in the continent’s emissions trading system.
Oslo-listed Borr Drilling has announced that it will be looking to add jobs once it moves into new office space, as work shifts from Dubai to Aberdeen.
Hurricane Energy has started drilling its Lincoln Crestal well in the West of Shetland.
Aberdeenshire-headquartered Eland Oil & Gas has received approval from Nigeria's petroleum department for its Gbetiokun field development plan.
Jeremy Hunt is to launch a fresh diplomatic bid to prevent the Iran nuclear deal unravelling and to ease tensions in the Gulf.
A new pay deal has been agreed which covers around 1,000 workers who are part of North Sea diving crews.
The U.K. is in talks with the U.S. and other allies about beefing up their military presence in the Persian Gulf to deal with the rising threat to shipping posed by Iran.
BP has revealed that it has been awarded a prestigious engineering award for the Shah Deniz 2 project in Azerbaijan.
A recent North Sea protest row that erupted between BP and Greenpeace cost the taxpayer nearly £140,000 due to Police Scotland clocking up hundreds of hours of overtime.
Investigators have said engineers’ “lack of experience and fatigue” contributed to the collapse of a North Sea helicopter's landing gear.
The Faroe Islands Government has announced today that it has opened its 5th oil and gas licensing round, which will run in tandem with the UK's recently opened round.
A union boss has criticised “unacceptable” pressure on workers in response to a report into a safety incident on a North Sea helicopter.
Sodexo said yesterday its energy and resources arm had won three new energy sector facilities management (FM) contracts, together worth £6.5 million a year, in the UK.
Rotech Subsea is starting its new trading year with the rare but welcome experience of having all of its sophisticated trenching and excavation systems either out on projects or about to leave the yard.