BP is reassessing the “chosen venue” for its 2020 Annual General Meeting as the planned site is being converted into a coronavirus field hospital.
A group representing families and survivors of Norway's worst industrial disaster has spoken of its “demand for a completely new inquiry” exactly 40 years later.
North Sea oil and gas “must be part of the response” to Scotland’s economic woes once a solution to the coronavirus outbreak has been found, a trade union has said.
Scotland's largest renewable energy and decarbonisation conference has been postponed due to the growing concern over the spread of Covid-19, organisers said today.
A UK judge suspended the country’s biggest ongoing corruption trial in London for two weeks, the first such case to have been put on hold because of the coronavirus as an attorneys association asked for all jury trials to be halted.
Flights have been temporarily suspended to one of the UK’s largest offshore gas fields after a suspected coronavirus case at an adjacent drilling rig.
Oceaneering has moved more than 300 workers in Aberdeen into new offices in a bid to consolidate its presence in the city.
A leading analyst has described it as “disappointing” that the Chancellor that put a vital net zero technology lower down his list of priorities than repairing potholes.
An Aberdeenshire oil worker under quarantine in China has said he “doesn’t know” when he will be able to return to the UK.
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has decided to chop up one of its flagship industry reports and cancelled key events in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
A Shell worker has tested positive for coronavirus in Aberdeen as the number of cases across north-east Scotland has increased to six.
The oil price freefall means projections for the UK’s North Sea revenues are already out of date before the Budget is even published, according to a leading analyst.
Aberdeen head-quartered service company Tendeka will take on a multi-million-pound contract to supply sand-face completion equipment to Aker BP’s Norwegian assets.
We’re just days away from the UK Budget and this year’s spending plans are leaving us all questioning what to expect. With a new Chancellor, a new majority Conservative government, the build-up to COP26, and a flurry of Brexit transition negotiations, there’s a lot of second-guessing about the UK’s direction of travel after March 11.
Oil and gas doyen Sir Ian Wood has urged the public and private sectors to work collectively and quickly to ensure “meaningful progress” is made while responding to the climate change emergency.
A senior diving boss has described how his son has been “crippled by incompetence” while preparing an oil rig for work in the North Sea.
Working with oil and gas companies to tackle diversity and inclusion issues used to be like ‘having an affair’.
The jobs of 100 seafarers have been safeguarded after BP agreed a contract extension with Vroon Offshore Services (VOS) worth around £30million.
New figures from EY suggest the Aberdeen labour market will contract slightly every year between now and 2024, while employment in Inverness will grow by 0.3% annually.
Offshore environmental management service firm Turnkey Environmental Management Services (Tems) International has completed a move to new headquarters in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm Asco has been awarded a North Sea deal worth more than £100million with operator CNOOC.
Weir Group has announced it is preparing to exit its struggling oil and gas business, bringing uncertainty for 50 Aberdeen jobs.
About 70 acres of green space, industrial estates and more in Aberdeen could be transformed into the city’s first dedicated “energy transition zone” (ETZ), which oil tycoon Sir Ian Wood believes could be key to securing “unparalleled potential for the future of our local economy”.
Another blow has been dealt to north-east travellers who want to fly to the south-east of England.
Offshore Design Engineering (ODE), an international technical service provider to the oil, gas and renewable energy markets, said yesterday it had appointed Sandy Reid as managing director of asset management.