The leader of Shetland Islands Council has said the region wants “to retain more of that tax take” from oil and gas revenues in its self-determination bid.
A revamped leading legal conference for the offshore oil and gas community has attracted over 1,000 registrations for a week of webinars which will consider the issues facing the sector.
Reframing the debate: why we should be talking about how to improve exploration and production
Eni and BP have made a new gas find in the Great Nooros area, in the Abu Madi West lease offshore Egypt.
Energy firms BP, Wood and Subsea 7 are among six new companies joining a coalition to improve gender diversity and inclusion across the industry.
BP Plc offered a glimpse of the profitability of its huge and secretive trading arm, suggesting it makes annual returns of as much as $2.5 billion.
Recent press coverage of BP’s partnership with Aberdeen, where BP will become the planning and technical adviser on the “net zero vision” for Aberdeen 2045, together with the AREG chairwomen’s EV article on 'A hydrogen future on the horizon’, raised concerns in my mind relating to over-selling hydrogen.
The outlook for global oil markets has grown “even more fragile” as a resurgent pandemic derails the recovery in demand, the International Energy Agency said.
BP and Microsoft have struck up a new strategic partnership aimed at helping one another – and the communities they serve -- achieve low-carbon goals.
For most of the past century, Big Oil executives found it pretty easy to explain to investors how their businesses worked. Just locate more of the commodities that everyone needed, extract and process them as cheaply as possible, and watch the profits flow.
Step Change in Safety has added bosses from BP and Schlumberger to its leadership roster.
BP Plc said the relentless growth of oil demand is over, becoming the first supermajor to call the end of an era many thought would last another decade or more.
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BP and Equinor bosses are convinced their new US offshore wind pact can generate stable returns and help take the sting out of oil and gas price “gyrations”.
BP has struck a deal to buy 50% of the Empire and Beacon offshore wind projects on the US east coast from Equinor for £845 million.
“We need to come to work for a greater reason than making money; we need to have purpose in everything we do.”
A redundancy deal for the crew of an Odfjell Drilling rig should be the “benchmark” for the North Sea, according to a union boss.
BP has offered its services to help Aberdeen, the oil and gas capital of Europe, go net zero.
Frontier Energy has gone online with its highly regarded Africa E&P Summit, due to take place on September 16 and 17.
BP’s Greater Plutonio floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel offshore Angola has produced 600 million barrels of oil.
Chrysaor, the UK’s largest offshore oil and gas producer, is mulling plans for electrification of its North Sea platforms.
BP plans to sell its headquarters in central London as it cuts jobs and adopts flexible working, The Times reported on Sunday.
More than 40 North Sea fields represent a “lost opportunity” for the industry to learn shared decommissioning lessons, according to OPRED.
Representative body Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has welcomed bosses from BP, Neptune Energy and CHC Helicopter onto its board.
Hydrogen made from renewable power will be compete on price with producing the gas from fossil fuels within two decades, according to analysis by research firm Wood Mackenzie Ltd.