Apache has confirmed it will call in letters of credit of £531million to guarantee it will pay off decommissioning obligations in the UK North Sea.
Energy advisory firm DNV GL has announced a new "major" deal with North Sea operator Apache Corporation on its Beryl and Forties assets.
US oil firm Apache Corporation has said that it is planning "lower activity" across its business in 2019.
Global oilfield services giant Schlumberger has celebrated a return to profit in a year which brought further UK North Sea work.
An animal charity’s premises will be transformed thanks to a donation from an Aberdeen-based oil company.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) conceded today that offshore safety protocols "need to improve in some key areas" of management.
An offshore union boss has described a safety breach discovered on the Beryl Bravo platform as "a reflection is what is actually happening offshore".
Westhill-based diving consultancy DiveSource has won three new contracts worth £4million.
The UK Oil and Gas Chaplaincy is set to receive a £50,000 donation as Apache Corporation celebrates the 15-year acquisition anniversary of the Forties field.
Apache North Sea has announced that it expects to be back to pre-shutdown production levels within several days as Ineos completes repairs to the Forties pipeline.
Oil giant Apache has awarded a contract to an Aberdeen energy engineering consultancy for two new wells on existing North Sea fields.
Profits at Aberdeen offshore drilling company Awilco nosedived in the second quarter due to the late return to work of one of its two rigs amid a row with Apache North Sea.
Subsea 7 has landed a "sizeable" contract for Apache's North Sea assets.
Statoil has signed a contract with Allseas for the installation of three platform topsides in the Johan Sverdrup field.
The topsides will be installed for the drilling, processing and living quarter platforms.
The drilling platform topsides will be installed in 2018, and the processing and living quarter topsides will follow in 2019.
US oil firm Apache insisted tonight it has no plans to quit the UK North Sea, where it continues to invest heavily.