Oil major Chevron has made changes to its senior team with two of its top executives assuming new roles. The company said Michael Wirth will become executive vice president from midstream and development. Wirth is currently executive vice president for downstream and chemicals.
An offshore worker has captured incredible images of wildlife in the North Sea.
British oil worker Karl Andree, who had been threatened with flogging after breaching strict alcohol laws, will be released from Saudi custody within a week and reunited with his family, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said today.
A new study reveals almost half of oil and gas executives believe they have fallen short of their innovation goals in 2015 - nearly twice as many since early 2014.
Technology which could significantly reduce the cost of evaluating subsea hydrocarbon deposits is to be developed in a Scottish-Norwegian collaboration.
Scottish gas turbine company Score Energy has made two new appointments in its Kuala Lumpur based in Malaysia.
ASCO said it will divest the majority of the company's non oil and gas-related waste services following a strategic review.
Oil workers came to the rescue when an owl crash-landed on an offshore platform in the North Sea.
A Scottish technology company, which has developed pioneering new technology to help flush out fish bombers who damage endangered coral reefs in Malaysia, is set to feature in a documentary programme.
Wood Group has announced that Robbie Brown will step down from his roles as general counsel and company secretary at the end of the year.
The UK performs the worst overall of 16 European countries on housing and fuel poverty indicators, according to a study.
Steel workers will lobby MPs today as part of growing demands for Government action to tackle the crisis in their industry.
Logistics specialist Peterson has appointed Chris Coull as regional director.
Vantage Drilling said its subsidiary will be reducing it headcount at a site in the Gulf of Mexico in a bid to streamline costs. The company said around 135 employees faced losing their jobs with the first round of cuts already started.
An appeal has been made by the Turkish state gas importer Botas to the International Chamber of Commerce in a bid to resolve a row over the price of gas from Russia. The move has been made after the two countries failed to sign an deal. Earlier this year Turkey said it had obtained a 10.25% price discount on the 28-30 billion cubic metres (bcm) of gas it buys from Russia each year but the two sides have been at loggerheads over the deal for months.
A high-tech centre that helps train the next generation of mariners has been become the first of its kind in the Arab world to introduce a new simulator for operators to obtain offshore crane training.
The UK Government's Energy Minister is to be quizzed on the Government’s view on the current level of cooperation in the North Sea as part of a Lord's committee hearing tomorrow.
A man has been evacuated from a North Sea oil rig after falling ill.
A freedom of information request (FOI) by environmental group Greenpeace has shown the amount of investment by energy companies at some UK universities topping more than £20million.
A pipeline to America’s largest crude-oil hub is about to find itself in an unfamiliar position: not full. One of the main pipelines that carries crude to Cushing, Oklahoma, will run at less than capacity in December for the first time in nearly two and a half years. The drop in supply coincides with the opening of a pipeline to Quebec, giving shippers the option of diverting some oil from the middle of the U.S. “There will be less light sweet crude available to make its way to Cushing,” said Andy Lipow, president of Lipow Oil Associates LLC in Houston. “There’s going to be some significant rebalancing of where oil flows in North America.”
The number of Scottish firms going out of business has fallen to pre-recession levels.
Kongsberg Maritime has released its latest K-Sim Cargo simulator model, SCC-II, based on a Suezmax crude oil carrier.
The Government has been accused of trying to “sneak through the back door of parliament” regulations that could lead to fracking in protected areas.
Protesters say they have shut down an opencast coal mine on land belonging to Conservative peer and climate sceptic Viscount Ridley. Campaigners calling themselves “Matt Ridley’s Conscience” have occupied one of the diggers at Shotton surface mine, in Cramlington, Northumberland on Viscount Ridley’s Blagdon Estate. The group, a mix of local campaigners and protesters from across the UK, have also formed a protest blocking the road, locking their arms into red arm tubes as part of a protest calling for an end to coal mining to protect the climate.
Thousands more steel jobs could be lost if action is not taken to tackle the threats facing the industry’s “vulnerable” supply chain, the Government is being warned. The International Steel Trade Association (Ista) said scores of medium sized firms were at risk if the crisis gripping the industry escalates. Thousands of job losses have been announced in recent weeks by Tata Steel and SSI in Redcar, Scunthorpe and Scotland, with cheap imports and high energy costs being blamed.