Climate activist group Greenpeace has been hit with an £80,000 fine over North Sea protest action in 2019.
An oil worker has been found in contempt of court after he quit his job to go work for the competition.
An offshore worker who stabbed his wife after going on a nine-day drinking binge when he lost his job has been jailed.
Noreco said it has won $470million after a court ruling was made in its favour.
A woman who sexually assaulted a little boy and used Facebook to send photographs of the abuse to an oil platform supervisor has been jailed for three years and nine months.
Switzerland's highest court has ordered Israel to pay Iran around $1.1 billion plus interest in a decades-old dispute over a secretive oil pipeline company predating the 1979 Islamic revolution which made the countries enemies.
Prosecutors have started the process of trying to recover cash from a shamed oil company executive who stole more than £1.3million from her employer.
A Russian court is expected to start the trial of airport staff charged in the death of Christophe Margerie, the head of French oil major Total who was killed when his jet collided with a snow plough in a Moscow Airport.
An arbitration court today ruled the China has no historic rights to the resources in the hotly contested South China Sea.
Volkswagen is expected to reveal the company’s progress on a fix to make nearly 600,000 diesel cars comply with clean air laws.
San Leon Energy said It has been unsuccessful in its appeal against the findings of the International Court of Arbitration in relation to a case between Aurelian and Avobone NV and Avobone Poland BV.
A conman posing as a millionaire London trader who defrauded a Dutch shipping company of 100 million euros ($113 million) was sentenced to 14 years in prison by a UK court.
A notice has been submitted to court by a pair of companies who were restricted by JKX from attending an annual general meeting.
ConocoPhillips has admitted to three charges relating to an incident on the Lincolnshire Offshore Gas Gathering System platform in 2012. Lincoln Crown Court was told a “very serious international-level incident” could have caused an explosion at the platform.
Oil and gas explorer Providence Resources has won a case related to claims made against it by firm Transocean Drilling UK. A ruling was made in its favour at the commercial court in London. The case related to costs made by Transocean against Providence regarding the use of the Arctic III mid-water semi-submersible rig in 2011 and 2012 on its Barryroe oilfield offshore Ireland.
Carbon copy investment companies found by a court to have misled clients have been ordered into liquidation. Both Carbon Green Capital and Agora Capital were found by the High Court in London to have made false claims about investment returns. A petition against the companies was presented to the High Court by the Secretary for Business, Innovation and Skills, Vince Cable. The companies were accused of selling carbon credit investments which were misleading, raking in almost £1million in profit. Chris Mayhew, Company Investigations Supervisor, said: “This formally brings to an end the activities of two heartless companies that claimed to pride themselves on the investment returns for clients but who in truth were peddling near worthless carbon credits, which in some instances they even failed to supply, raising approaching £1million from the public”. “Far from the claimed world class investment services dedicated to helping clients, these companies were dedicated only to helping themselves. “I would once more urge investors not to respond to cold calling investment sharks as you stand to gain nothing and risk losing everything. Simply end the call, not your savings. “The Insolvency Service will not allow rogue companies to rip-off vulnerable and honest people and will investigate abuses and close down companies if they are found to be operating or about to operate, against the public interest."