North Sea operators have handed back up to 1.1 billion recoverable barrels of oil from UK fields, according to data released by the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA).
Waldorf Production UK has hired a mergers and acquisitions (M&A) expert as its general counsel and commercial director, based in its Aberdeen headquarters.
Cairn Energy and Shell are targeting a combined 60 million barrels of oil from two of their UK North Sea prospects.
Scottish oil and gas firm Cairn Energy was on the end of a stinging shareholder revolt over bosses’ pay today.
Cairn Energy signed an agreement in Mauritania to operate the C7 block, the company has announced.
Cairn Energy has been linked with a potential purchase of a stake in Israel’s offshore Tamar gas field from Delek Drilling.
Cairn Energy confirmed today that India had appealed a tribunal’s decision to award the Scottish oil firm $1.2 billion over the breach of an investment treaty.
Waldorf Production’s chief executive has said the company remains hot on the trail of more acquisitions after inking a deal to buy stakes in the Catcher and Kraken fields from Cairn Energy.
Cairn Energy’s chief executive said today that the UK North Sea still offered “excitement and upside” for exploration and production firms.
The blockbuster start to 2021 made by UK North Sea buyers looks set to continue with a further £3.6 billion of assets potentially changing hands by year-end, an analyst has said.
Shell has signed an agreement to sell onshore Egyptian assets to Cheiron Petroleum and Cairn Energy for $646 million.
Scottish oil company Cairn Energy has agreed to sell its stakes in the Catcher and Kraken fields in the North Sea to Waldorf Production for £330 million.
Cairn Energy is increasing pressure on the Indian government to pay a $1.2 billion arbitration award after filing a lawsuit in the U.S.
Scottish oil and gas firm Cairn Energy said today that its partners’ North Sea Catcher and Kraken fields were expected to “enter their natural decline phase” this year.
A Scottish decarbonisation group has been successful in its bid to secure more than a million pounds to draw up an industrial emissions reduction roadmap.
Shares in Cairn Energy soared after the Scottish oil and gas firm announced it had prevailed in a long-running tax dispute with the Indian Government.
More oil and gas firms are “pivoting” their business models towards shareholder returns and away from high risk and reward exploration, an analyst has said.
Cairn Energy will return £188 million to shareholders following completion of the sale of its Senegalese assets to Woodside.
Cairn announced today that Nicoletta Giadrossi will be appointed chairwoman of the Scottish oil company from January 1 2021.
Cairn Energy’s boss said today that the company was “in control of its own destiny” and would aim to capitalise on opportunities to beef up its portfolio, including in the North Sea.
Cairn Energy has abandoned plans to sell its stake offshore Senegal to Lukoil, abiding by Woodside Energy’s pre-emption.
Australia’s FAR did not exercise its right to pre-empt the sale of Cairn Energy’s stake in the Sangomar field, as the company works to find a buyer for its own interest.
Australian firm Woodside has moved to whisk the purchase of Cairn Energy’s 40% stake in the Sangomar project off Senegal out from under the nose of Russian firm Lukoil.
Russia’s independent Lukoil has struck a deal to pay $300 million to Cairn Energy for a 40% stake in a licence offshore Senegal.
Scottish oil firm Cairn Energy said today that Covid-19 should not significantly delay the long-awaited outcome of its £1.1 billion ($1.4bn) arbitration claim against India.