The Press and Journal gained a sneak preview of the long-awaited £34.5million revamp of Aberdeen’s Art Gallery yesterday.
Big Oil wants to put a box in your hall closet that works like a human brain, can cut the lights, stop the refrigerator and will know how you move about in the privacy of your home better than you do.
Aberdeen-based drilling contractor KCA Deutag has reported a dip in earnings amid heavy competition in the land drilling and offshore markets.
Saudi Aramco hired two Singapore-based traders and began dealing in fuel at the Middle East’s main bunkering port as the world’s biggest oil exporter expands further into the trading business.
Pope Francis, cigarettes, elephants and caribou all figured in the arguments as investors ramped up environmental pressure on energy giant BP at its first annual general meeting (AGM) in Aberdeen yesterday.
Climate change protestors were bundled out of energy giant BP’s annual general meeting in Aberdeen yesterday after getting into a scuffle with guards.
A prominent Dutch climate change activist accused BP of “ignoring the elephant in the room” at its annual general meeting in Aberdeen yesterday.
Climate change activists will take to the streets of Aberdeen today to protest against BP’s oil exploration and production plans.
Greenpeace has shut down BP’s headquarters in London on the eve of its annual general meeting in Aberdeen.
A tourism boss has set out hopes that a series of oil and gas events could help bring a recovery for Aberdeen’s hotel market this year.
The energy sector has “gone backwards” on gender balance since last year, according to a new report on the country’s top 80 companies.
When BP Plc meets with shareholders next week, it’ll be facing one of the clearest signals yet that the fossil-fuel business is facing an adapt-or-die reckoning.
Shell is expected to spend $1.5bn (£1.152bn) on decommissioning in the North Sea over the next six years, according to a new forecast.
Offshore accommodation vessel owner Prosafe reported a loss for the start of the year amid “modest” tendering activity.
“There’s a difference between the way grass grows and the way a tree grows,” says Pol Palacios.
The engineers of the future went head-to-head at Robert Gordon University (RGU) last month when they put underwater robots, which they designed and built, to the test as part of an annual competition.
Following a period of relatively low deal activity, in 2018 we started to see an uptick in deals – but that has paused slightly since the oil price fall at the end of 2018. Are there more deals to be done, or has oil price volatility cooled off the M&A market? What do the trends and themes seen in some of the latest UKCS M&A deals tell us?
Two commodities investment specialists recently provided fascinating commentary on the “dual challenge” facing the energy industry.
French subsea firm TechnipFMC has announced the award of a multi-million deal for the Thunder Horse project, just hours after BP revealed further expansion of the oil field.
Oil and gas firms based in the North Sea are "better engaged" with the energy transition than their US rivals, according to a top academic.
BP has approved another expansion to one of the largest oil fields in the US Gulf of Mexico.
Oilfield services firm Craig International has won a North Sea contract worth around £20million with BP.
Global oil giant BP has commited almost £1 million to a landmine clearance programme in the African nation of Angola.
A new report for the UK oil and gas industry shows a “scary and disappointing” lack of progress on gender diversity, according to a Wood boss.
Majors including Aramco, BP, Ørsted and Shell will talk about US$150bn of global projects requiring UK products and services