HSE inspectors have found nearly 26,000 hours of safety-critical maintenance work left outstanding across several Apache North Sea platforms.
Apache decided to suspend North Sea drilling this year over the windfall tax.
Diamond Offshore (NYSE: DO) has announced it has kicked off a new contract in the UK with Repsol Sinopec after its rig was released early last year by Apache.
Apache has brought forward plans to end Forties, a foundation of North Sea production since the 70s, by 11 years.
We ended part three of our canter through the Offshore Europe with North Sea story with the news that, in 2003, the show had been sold to Reed Exhibitions just as offshore activity was picking up following the second global oil price crash.
The trade body, Offshore Energies UK (OEUK), has announced the appointment of Apache, Baker Hughes and NSMP representatives to its board.
The regulator is not expected to use its ultimate sanctioning powers here - even if licensing rules have been breached.
Apache has suspended all North Sea drilling amid a "burdensome tax and regulatory regime", but workers say the firm is still making a "chunk of cash" from the region.
While it’s not a panacea - and may never actually kick into force - the windfall tax price floor could help with financing the $5bn of North Sea projects awaiting FID.
New data has highlighted the “standout” firms carrying out exploration in the UK North Sea in recent years.
Apache has set out a timeframe for releasing a Diamond Offshore rig after axing a drilling contract earlier this year.
Apache has marked two decades of ownership of the giant Forties field in the North Sea.
Around 200 offshore workers employed by contactor Sparrows Group are set to strike in an escalating row over pay, terms and conditions.
Apache parent APA Corp posted a threefold increase in profits in its full-year 2022 results, which show the North Sea continues to be a cash cow.
Apache has hit out at the North Sea windfall tax for making the sector “less competitive” as it cancels a drilling contract in the UK sector.
Energy services group Expro (NYSE:XPRO) has secured a new $50 million contract with Apache Corporation for work on its Beryl and Forties assets.
APA Corp. has achieved its goal of reducing upstream routine flaring in Egypt by 40%.
The UK’s safety regulator has reprimanded Apache over its handling of incidents in which workers were potentially exposed to asbestos on its Forties Charlie platform.
More than 300 offshore workers have voted for strikes across 20 North Sea installations, Unite the Union has announced, causing "major problems" for production.
Apache (Nasdaq: APA) has named its commercial, communications and public affairs manager Jillian Owen as its new top boss for the UK North Sea.
Apache is scaling up drilling in Egypt but at the same time is working to tackle flaring, through a new gas-to-site power model.
Apache (Nasdaq: APA) has named the former deputy CEO of BP as its new chairman.
Apache North Sea has said it plans to boost its UK spending and headcount as it hands a rig extension deal to Diamond Offshore.
E&P company APA Corporation has announced the closing of two US transactions, generating net proceeds of around $1 billion.