Welcoming a new year heralds a time for reflecting on the year that was and what is to come.
BP expects to make a “properly assessed decision” next year on whether to keep exporting oil to Shetland’s Sullom Voe terminal.
Oilfield services firm Craig International has won a North Sea contract worth around £20million with BP.
Deepwater services firm Subsea 7 has announced a multi-million pound deal with BP for assets in the northern North Sea and west of Shetland.
Profits more than doubled at oil giant BP in 2018, a year marked by the start-up of a major project west of Shetland.
Better "reliability" and the start-up of several major projects helped oil giant BP more than doubled its earnings last year.
Shell remains firmly focused on beefing up its UK North Sea business in spite of recent oil price volatility, the energy giant’s boss said yesterday.
Energy giant BP has completed a swap deal that takes its stake in the Clair field to 45.1%.
Lessons learned from the first year of Quad 204 production will help BP get its latest west of Shetland mega-project up to full speed, the energy major’s North Sea boss said.
Energy giant BP today delivered a huge boost to North Sea industry after announcing first oil from its Clair Ridge mega-project.
Having followed the rise to prominence of the UK Atlantic frontier, I’m delighted that operator BP has brought the second phase of the giant Clair field onstream.
Profits more than doubled at BP in the third quarter as the UK energy major prepares to celebrate first oil from a mega-project west of Shetland.
A popular offshore chef manager has died at the BP Clair Ridge project.
BP has awarded Prosafe a £14.3million contract to charter the Safe Zephyrus accommodation vessel at the Clair Ridge platform.
BP’s North Sea boss has confirmed the second phase of the huge Clair field is set to start production in Q4 of this year.
BP's decision to push ahead with the development of the Alligin and Vorlich fields signals a change in tack from the energy giant, an analyst has said.
Prosafe has signed a five-month contract with supermajor BP for the provision of an accommodation vessel at the Clair Ridge platform in the West of Shetland.
BP’s North Sea boss said yesterday that the business has got “positive momentum” in its quest to meet ambitious production targets.
Bosses at Sparrows Group said yesterday that a North Sea contract renewal would safeguard up to 200 jobs at the Aberdeen crane engineering company.
BP’s plans to extend its restructuring into next year will not affect its North Sea business, which is moving a number of key projects towards start-up, the oil major said yesterday.
Construction workers were called to muster after a small safety incident on BP's Clair Ridge platform.
Oil major BP has revealed fresh footage of its Clair Ridge project in the North Sea.
BP has published a video showing one of the support jackets for the Clair Ridge project being launched into the North Sea.
Amec Foster Wheeler (AFW) today reiterated its commitment to Aberdeen and the North Sea after enjoying a busy six months for the region. AFW said it was “powering ahead” with hook up operations on a number of key North Sea development projects, including Clair Ridge and Quad 204, both of which were creating “good opportunities” for employment. The engineering and project management firm’s Scottish workforce, thought to number around 4,500 people, is largely focused in the Aberdeen area and offshore.
Record North Sea revenues at Amec Foster Wheeler (AFW) were not enough to prevent first half profits from nosediving at the engineering and project management giant. London-headquartered AFW – a major oil and gas supply chain player – said today it had worked on a number of key North Sea projects during the six months, including hook-up and commissioning for Clair Ridge and Quad 204. Revenues for the Northern Europe and CIS region lifted 3% year-on-year to £759, with oil and gas contributing £570million to that figure.