Union chiefs representing workers at Canadian Natural Resources' Baobab and Espoir oil and gas fields in Ivory Coast have launched a 72 hour strike.
Canadian Natural Resources (CNR) said yesterday favourable UK tax changes had improved investment viability in the North Sea.
Canadian Natural Resources (CNR) has reported a bigger quarterly loss due to lower prices.
Cluff Natural Resources said (CNR) it has received all regulatory approvals to complete its cross assignment of equity positions in two licences in the Southern North Sea with Simwell Resources and Burgate Limited.
CNR International’s Ninian South platform is not expected to resume production until the weekend while the company continues its investigation into a fire on board.
Canadian Natural Resources has shut down production on its Ninian South platform after a fire on board the North Sea installation.
Canadian Natural Resources reported a smaller quarterly loss as cost cuts paid off amid a slump in oil prices.
An investigation has been launched by CNR International after an incident during a lifting operation on the Murchison platform.
Canadian Natural Resources reported an 89% fall in quarterly profit, hurt by weak oil and gas prices.
Petrofac is in consultation with staff over up to 65 positions on CNR assets in the North Sea. It is understood the jobs are in addition to the 160 confirmed by the company earlier this month.
North Sea operator CNR is continuing the operation to stablise the Petrojarl Banff FPSO after two of the installation's anchors were damaged in stormy seas.
Repair teams are working to secure the anchors of CNR's Petrojarl Banff FPSO which has been shut down after it was hit by North Sea storms.
Canadian Natural Resources' Petrojarl Banff FPSO has shutdown production after the installation was battered by a storm in the North Sea.
French oil major Total is expected to resume drilling offshore South Africa in the second half of 2016, part of a broader campaign to explore in Africa, according to a senior official.
An oil worker has been airlifted to hospital from a North Sea platform following an incident offshore.
Canadian energy companies have cut thousands of jobs and scrapped projects in a drive to cut costs. Now they’re raiding workers’ perks.
XPD8 Solution has signed a two-year contract with CNR International to provide monitoring services to five of the company’s platforms in the North Sea. The company has previously provided cover to CNR International’s UKCS assets over the past eight years. The latest contract will take XPD8 to a decade of working for the Canadian oil and natural gas company.
Canadian Natural Resources, which owns several fields in the North Sea, has reported a second-quarter loss of $405million compared to a $1billion profit a year earlier.
An offshore worker has been airlifted to hospital from a North Sea platform following a medical emergency. The crewman was working on the Tiffany platform which is 155 miles north east of Aberdeen. A Bond 1 helicopter from the Miller Platform flew to the Tiffany platform after the alarm was raised.
CNR International will begin a consultation process with its offshore employees regarding changes to a three on, three off shift rotation in the North Sea. The company's move is in line with Apache and Talisman Sinopec who both previously revealed similar plans. It is understood US firm Marathon Oil is also considering whether to move to the same rotation.
North Sea oil firm Canadian Natural Resources (CNR) slashed its spending plan for 2015 yesterday as the price of crude continued to fall. Calgary-based CNR, whose operations also cover North America and Africa, said it was cutting its budget for this year by £1.6billion to £4billion. It cited the plunging oil prices as the reason, but other factors are also dictating how much the firm spends and where.
An international oil boss has claimed that the North Sea can no longer compete with the rest of the world – because of George Osborne’s tax regime.