Energy giant Ineos has urged the Government to relax the "unworkable" regulations on tremors caused by fracking.
French oil giant Total SA is working with advisers as it weighs an offer for Eneco Groep NV, joining a number of financial and industry bidders for the Dutch utility, including rival Royal Dutch Shell Plc, people familiar with the matter said.
A leading steel firm has announced the award of a multimillion-pound contract to supply a pipeline for North Sea gas.
The Glengorm gas condensate discovery announced last week could be the biggest in the UKCS since 2008. It will reignite interest in the high temperature, high pressure plays in the North Sea and heralds a mini renaissance in UK exploration.
Norway has built a reputation as one of the calmest and most predictable corners of the global oil industry, but lately it’s been full of surprises.
An “ambitious” oil and gas sector deal will be crucial to protect the north-east’s status as a global energy powerhouse, a new report said.
The oil and gas industry needs to ditch negative perceptions of private equity (PE) and get to grips with reality, a top North Sea executive said.
Hurricane Energy has suffered another setback in its efforts to start production from the Lancaster field.
The UK’s £7.5 billion subsea sector will be championed before a global audience at a three-day conference in Aberdeen this week.
Bosses at DeltaTek Global are targeting “aggressive growth” in the wake of a year of breakthroughs for the Dyce-based well construction pioneer.
Norwegian oil and gas operator DNO said today that it can initiate the compulsory acquisition of the remaining shares in Faroe Petroleum.
Former EY Scottish entrepreneur of the year David Lamont has been unveiled as the new chairman of north-east subsea company Rovop.
After a difficult few years, the exploration sector is back in the black – and keen to stay there. New analysis from Wood Mackenzie shows that explorers’ success in 2018 reflects a disciplined approach that’s set to continue this year.
Hydrocarbon supply is still key for meeting global energy demand and while a continued focus on maximising recovery from existing wells is important, it is also crucial for the industry to continue to identify new prospects as many aging assets come to the end of field life.
Established at the outset of Aberdeen’s oil boom in 1973, Bilfinger Salamis UK began as an industrial blasting and painting specialist.
Two years ago, following fantastic collaborative efforts from 70 people in 31 companies, Oil & Gas UK’s Efficiency Task Force (ETF) team published the first Subsea Standardisation guidelines and the signs are they’ve been put to good use.
Cleaner power and the falling demand for energy across homes and industry have driven cuts in UK carbon emissions of nearly two-fifths since 1990, analysis suggests.
Union bosses have accused offshore accommodation provider Prosafe of perpetrating one of the most “appalling examples of social dumping” ever seen.
A multi-million pound fund created to get unemployed oil and gas workers back into the world of work by using the skills they developed in the industry has helped 4,000 people.
French oil major Total is reportedly close to selling a stake in the Laggan-Tormore project west of Shetland to private equity firms.