The Financial Conduct Authority has asked companies due to announce annual results to delay publication because of the coronavirus.
Nighthawk Energy, the UK listed, American focused independent producer blamed falling production and low prices for its $72million loss for the financial year.
German energy firm Wintershall said expects lower sales and earnings in 2016 after being hit in 2015 by a sharp oil price decline that squeezed revenues in its exploration business.
Amerisur Resources, the oil and gas producer and explorer focused on South America, recorded a pre-tax loss in 2015 of $25million, compared to a $47million profit the year before.
Rosneft, the Russian oil producer, has increased its net profit by 2% to $5.2billion (355billion roubles).
China’s biggest offshore oil and gas explorer, CNOOC, posted annual profit that exceeded analyst estimates as cost cuts countered a decline in energy prices.
Inspired Energy increased pretax profit and revenue in 2015 through organic growth and acquisitions.
JKX Oil & Gas has recorded wider losses after the low oil price hit revenue and production fell.
Gulfsands Petroleum has said it remains committed to its Syrian assets, despite operations being suspended due to EU sanctions and the ongoing civil war.
Seadrill Ltd. is accepting lower and lower rates for its offshore drilling rigs to survive the worst slump since the 1980s as it deploys a plan to address the heaviest debt-load in the industry.
Apache Corp cut its annual capital budget by nearly two-thirds and reported a quarterly loss smaller than analysts had expected as its costs fell.
Repsol cut its dividend for the first time since 2009 as its acquisition of Talisman Energy turned sour amid the crude-market rout.
Technip chief executive Thierry Pilenko does not expect business from oil and gas clients to pick up for at least a year but said its strong backlog and cash flow have helped it resist the worst of the oil market rout.
Premier Oil reported a pre-tax loss of $829.6million - up from $362.5million the previous year, as it became the latest producer to be hit by the low oil price.
Petrofac shares surged ahead today after the company said its order book stood at record levels of $20.7billion.
Hungarian energy group Mol said it will scale back investment and target lower earnings after plunging oil prices caused a revaluation of its assets and led to a fourth-quarter loss.
Scottish engineering firm Weir Group has warned 2016 would be "another challenging year" as it reported a substantial pretax loss in 201.
Petrofac profits have been hit by a double whammy of low oil prices and accounting for a loss from its Shetland Islands project.
A North Sea platform which has been shut down for nearly a year after a gas leak could restart production by the end of next month, it was confirmed yesterday.
US oil and gas operator Hess said yesterday it completed the sale to Shell of its stakes in the North Sea Beryl area fields earlier this month.
HSBC was among the biggest losers in the FTSE 100 Index today after its £13.8billion profits haul failed to impress investors.
The FTSE 100 Index slid 1.9 points to 5,890.3 today as uncertainty over the outcome of talks between Greece and its creditors saw traders ditch riskier stocks and move to more defensive investments
Edinburgh-based oil and gas explorer Bowleven has said it is more convinced than ever of the potential of its west African fields.
PETROFAC, the global oil and gas engineering and facility-management group, reports its annual results on Monday with revenue expected to be about £2.31billion and pre-tax profits £260-£270million.
Nexen said yesterday the Buzzard oil field in the UK North Sea had reduced output to 30,000-50,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boepd) because of a technical problem.