The COP26 climate conference should not be delayed for a second year if the UK “can possibly avoid it”, a senior political figure has said.
Trader Vitol sees its future in lying in the power sector, in a marked shift away from its oil roots.
Oil pared an earlier increase in New York ahead of a high-stakes OPEC+ policy meeting, with producers debating whether to extend deep supply curbs or ease them.
Further Covid-19 cases have been recorded on a North Sea accommodation vessel following outbreak earlier this week.
Shell has said it is taking “all appropriate precautions” after a handful of Covid-19 cases were detected aboard an accommodation vessel stationed on one of its North Sea fields.
Global Energy Group (GEG) has outlined plans to capitalise on the energy transition after enjoying a period of growth within the business.
BP CEO Bernard Looney was awarded a total pay package of £1.7million in 2020.
Oil in New York dropped more than 5% as short-term demand concerns and a rising dollar collided to cause the biggest intraday drop since December.
Tackling Africa’s energy access problems requires those involved to think of the entire system, rather than focusing simply on renewables.
The Scottish Government is being urged to set a date for reviewing current restrictions for Scots returning from oil jobs overseas.
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has warned that the UK’s energy transition is at risk of stalling unless the industry receives “vital support” from government.
Oil reversed course in London, despite a raft of economic data from China adding to signs of recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
BP has informed thousands of staff members they will not return to the office full-time when the pandemic lifts, a news report said.
Royal Boskalis Westminster said it finished 2020 in a “very solid financial position” despite a “challenging and turbulent” 12 months.
Hunting has said the group is positioned “well for the year ahead” after a strong finish to 2020, coupled with a more buoyant market outlook.
Dozens of oil rigs were sold for scrapping in 2020 as the drilling sector dealt with the impacts of Covid-19, according to market-watcher Bassoe Offshore.
Over the last year, labour markets in Latin America and the Caribbean have faced an unprecedented unemployment problem.
Pandemic restrictions in 2020 caused the largest absolute drop in carbon-dioxide pollution from energy use since World War II.
If there’s one part of India’s economy that’s been relatively unscathed by the devastating impact of Covid-19 it’s the vast rural hinterlands. And the country’s biggest fuel retailers are sitting up and taking notice.
An oil boss has warned that government hotel quarantine rules are pushing north-east workers and their families to “breaking point”.
Energy firms have learned to adjust to the “certainty of uncertainty”, according to a new study.
It would take a brave person to make a firm prediction as to what the energy industry will look like in the coming years.
International oil companies (IOCs) could be on track for record free cash flow this year should Brent continue its rise, according to Wood Mackenzie.
Bosses at TechnipFMC are confident the energy services giant is “well-positioned” to benefit from the “improved market outlook” in the coming months.
Subsea 7 has reported a major widening of pre-tax losses and warned that its 2021 results will continue to be impacted by Covid-19.