Oil and gas giant BP is understood to be at loggerheads with a UK safety authority over how it is preparing North Sea workers for lifeboat evacuation.
The North Sea energy industry could recover another two billion barrels of oil if operators can collaborate on untapped discoveries, according to a new study.
Aberdeen-based Centrifuges Un-Limited has toasted a series of new contract awards worth more than £1million since the start of the year.
Aberdeen-headquartered Katoni Engineering has appointed an industry stalwart as its new chairman.
The Aberdeen based energy team working for one of the Big Four firms has reported a rise in M&A activity in the last year and a half.
Occidental Petroleum Corp. sold $13 billion of debt to help finance its acquisition of Anadarko Petroleum Corp. after receiving over $75 billion in orders for the deal at the peak, according to people familiar with the matter.
Energy firms could bear the brunt of a £15 million bill if new marine nature reserves are created off the west and north-east coasts, it has emerged.
A geologist who became the UK North Sea industry’s first point of contact for offshore licensing matters is retiring after 40 years in the civil service.
An oil services firm is expecting record revenue levels this year as it opens a new base in Aberdeen for work across the Eastern Hemisphere.
Scottish oil and gas firm Cairn Energy has announced that it has sold off a stake in its Nova development off the coast of Norway.
The boss at 3T Energy Group said the training and technology organisation had “nailed” the integration of Aberdeen-based survival training firm Survivex.
Many of the electronic tablets equipped with software for offshore inspection work in the last few years were ineffective, according to a boss at energy service firm Oceaneering.
After revealing it wants to dump all oil stocks in a market-shattering bang in 2017, Norway’s $1.1 trillion wealth fund’s actual divestment could now be so small it hardly matters.
Oil and gas sector experts will highlight the steps companies must take to safeguard their “licence to operate” at an Energy Voice event this month.
The city of Aberdeen is set to host this year's World Energy Cities Partnerships Annual General Meeting (WECP AGM).
China is a significant potential market for oil and gas service companies. As oil and gas equipment becomes increasingly sophisticated, companies will own more valuable intellectual property (IP).
Diamond Offshore has reported a more than doubling of its losses in the first half of 2019.
Guyanese authorities have approved a plan presented by CGX Energy and its partner Frontera Energy to re-sequence the work programme for the offshore Corentyne block.
Senior managers at oil services firm Petrofac have been named by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) in conjunction with a bribery case involving the organisation.
Oil giant Shell has undertaken a seismic survey on a Southern North Sea prospect.
The North Sea safety regulator has highlighted a “pressing need” to address research gaps into the effects of prolonged offshore shift patterns.
Oil giant Total has signed an agreement to sell a 30% interest in a French pipeline.
An oilfield services firm has been forced to leave Aberdeen after more than 30 years in the city.
Pressure on oil and gas well infrastructure continues to be challenged by ever increasing global demand.
Oil and gas transactions have remained steady throughout Q2 2019 with significant activity among operators as the focus continues to be on the divestment of non-core assets.