Chrysaor is the only new private equity-backed firm to make a “material impact” on the UK North Sea, according to new analysis.
Private-equity back oil firm Chrysaor has snapped up stakes in a number of UK North Sea licences containing exploration prospects from US business Apache.
North Sea operator Chrysaor has made a large profit in its first full year since its £3billion mega deal with Shell.
Chrysaor’s recently-announced £2billion deal to acquire ConocoPhillips’ North Sea assets will put it top of a new leaderboard of oil and gas producers.
US oil firm ConocoPhillips has agreed a £2billion deal to sell its North Sea assets to Chrysaor.
Chrysaor’s £2bn deal to acquire ConocoPhillips’ UK business continues a “story of incredible growth”, according to leading analyst firm Wood Mackenzie.
Chrysaor has agreed to buy US operator ConocoPhillips’ North Sea assets in a £2billion deal.
Chrysaor is near a deal to buy ConocoPhillips’ North Sea assets, according to a news report.
Oil and Gas UK has appointed three new members to its taskforce to improve efficiency and collaboration in the North Sea.
The need for newer North Sea players to grow could be a “catalyst” for more M&A deals this year, according to an investment banker.
ConocoPhillips is in talks to sell a package of North Sea assets to explorer Chrysaor after earlier discussions with UK billionaire Jim Ratcliffe collapsed, people with knowledge of the matter said.
ConocoPhillips more than doubled its first-quarter profits from a year ago with more than $1.8 billion in net income.
World-class discoveries made in the UK North Sea in recent months have “turned heads” of investors, according to the chief executive of Chrysaor.
Energy giant Shell is at a "pivotal moment" in its dealings with the supply chain, one of its bosses said today.
Teams who work better together then they do apart are being urged to apply for one of the most prestigious award ceremonies in the north-east’s business calendar.
John Browne’s return to the top of an oil company started with a phone call from a Russian oligarch who had $10 billion burning a hole in his pocket.
In the era of Trump and Brexit it’s a risky business trying to second guess what the future might hold, especially when it comes to the UK ‘s often volatile oil and gas sector. There are, however, some developments we can look back on from the last 12 months in trying to assess what might lie in store over the course of 2019.
Speculation arose last night as two oil and gas operators emerged as potential bidders for a package of Chevron’s North Sea assets.
Premier Oil Plc is considering a bid for a package of North Sea oil and gas assets put on the block by U.S. oil major Chevron Corp. that’s worth about $2 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.
Chrysaor has hired advisers ahead of talks to acquire Chevron’s North Sea assets for nearly £2bn, according to a report from Reuters.
'More and more' North Sea operators are embracing cultural change in an effort to tackle problems, a subsea boss has said.
Shell's chief financial officer said today that the firm's UK North Sea division was a "source of inspiration" for the rest of the group.
Billions of pounds worth of North Sea opportunities were highlighted at Oil and Gas UK’s (OGUK's) share fair in Aberdeen yesterday.
Norway's energy ministry has approved Chrysaor's acquisition of 15% of a licence from Okea.
Aberdeen-headquartered firm PD&MS Group has announced the award of a North Sea contract renewal with E&P firm Chrysaor.