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.
Ice-like crystals have delayed the restart of production from a central North Sea field, Serica Energy said today.
Private equity start-ups are causing a stir in the North Sea, a new report said.
International law firm Pinsent Masons has reported increased global turnover by 6% to £449.8 million.
A director of digital for Chrysaor has claimed that oil firms are "only scratching the surface" in terms of data potential on oil rigs.
Much has been made in the press and on social media of Phil Kirk of Chrysaor’s comments at Safety 30 in Aberdeen that “lawyers need to get lost” for proper collaboration and safety advances to happen in the oil and gas industry.
The chief executive of Chrysaor has said the industry must “tell the lawyers to get lost” in order to improve safety collaboration.
Chrysaor chief executive Phil Kirk admits it is “spooky” that his 10-year-old can recite the company’s core values.
Chrysaor said today that it had wrapped up the purchase of Spirit Energy’s interests in the Armada, Maria and Seymour fields.
The uptake of licences west of Shetland by major operators shows the basin has “huge potential”, a top Aberdeen academic said.
Chrysaor has announced a new North Sea drilling campaign with Baker Hughes, a GE Company (BHGE).
Chrysaor said today that it had agreed to buy stakes in another North Sea oil field.
Aberdeen-based oil firm Chrysaor has struck a deal to take full ownership of three North Sea fields.
North Sea oil firm Chrysaor will need bigger acquisitions to bolster a "declining asset base", an analyst has said.
There could be a “glut or a delay” in North Sea merger and acquisition activity towards the end of 2018, as firms wrap their heads around the prospect of transferable tax history legislation.
Office space take-up in Aberdeen raced ahead by 85% to 405,000sq ft during 2017 as oil prices started to recover.
Spanish oil firm Repsol has handed in a draft decommissioning plan for the Rev field in the Norwegian North Sea.
Oil and gas firm Petrofac have announced the award of a North Sea Rotating Equipment Management Services contract with Chrysaor.
Shell’s UK upstream boss yesterday hailed a “great year” and said the oil major expected to be busy in the North Sea in 2018.
French catering and facilities management firm Sodexo has won two new contracts worth a combined value of £4million.