Oil firm EnQuest said that about 80 employees would lose their jobs at a major terminal in Shetland by the end of 2019.
If you’ve attended or watched annual general meetings (AGMs) held by oil majors in the last few years, you might recognise Mark van Baal.
A memorial trust is planning an “informal” act of remembrance in Aberdeen this weekend to mark 31 years since the Piper Alpha disaster.
New measures set out by the UK Government to increase gender equality have been firmly welcomed by the sector, but Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) warned there was "still more work to be done" to improve diversity.
The mental health of employees is worth looking after on a human level, but also on a financial one.
Good data analysis can have a direct impact on operational efficiencies and the potential reduction in operating costs as well as improved production and hydrocarbon recovery.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has questioned the UK Government on its funding of fossil fuel projects in developing countries.
Oil companies are under increasing pressure to bring fuel to market faster and cheaper, leading BP Plc to conclude some of its resources “won’t see the light of day,” according to its head of strategy.
The world’s largest offshore drilling firm EnscoRowan has announced plans to change its name to Valaris.
Reflecting on safety, diving contractor KD Marine’s managing director, Hamish Petersen, thinks back to a lecture at Aberdeen University around a decade ago titled “Is HSE going to be the end of the North Sea?”
An explosion from a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) tanker at a Turkish port has left one Italian crew member dead and 15 others injured, according to news reports.
Aberdeenshire Conservative MP Colin Clark claimed the UK energy sector could be about to "cut off its nose to spite its face" if it doesn't utilise the skills from North Sea oil and gas during a Treasury Committee meeting.
Aberdeenshire-based gas turbine firm Alba Power has been bought by Swiss engineering giant Sulzer.
Trac Oil and Gas’ boss believes the time is right to revisit the firm’s international expansion plans after getting off to a false start several years ago.
A former soldier is putting on an event this week to help address high levels of mental health “burnouts” in Aberdeen’s oil and gas industry.
Oilfield services firm Expro has acquired Norwegian technology company Quality Intervention (QI) for an undisclosed sum.
Spanish oil firm Repsol has invested in a UK-based software firm to supply it with blockchain technology.
Industrial services firm Altrad said its half-year results showed its efforts to integrate companies acquired in recent years had been a “tremendous success”.
Oil struggled to recover after suffering its worst reaction to an OPEC meeting in more than four years.
Texo, the technology-led engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) group, has announced the opening of its brand new purpose-built facility at the Port of Blyth.
The fracking licence held by petrochemical giant Ineos has been extended for another year by Scottish ministers.
Climate change targets have led to significant changes in the energy mix with the energy transition rapidly gaining pace.
Saudi Arabia is restarting preparations for a potential initial public offering of oil giant Aramco, months after putting the planned listing on hold, people familiar with the matter said.
For the oilfield services industry, it’s no longer about merely navigating a downturn. It’s now about survival.
North Sea decommissioning cost forecasts have dropped because companies are "holding up a mirror up to themselves" and sharing lessons, according to a top industry boss.