The way in which oil and gas companies rallied together in order to respond to Covid-19 has been held up as a “great example” of collaboration in the industry.
Westminster is to fund hotel quarantine stays for delegates travelling to COP26 from red list countries.
A handful of people have been flown off a North Sea platform after cases of Covid-19 were found on board.
Spend on projects in the UK North Sea is expected to top £20 billion over the next five years, a flagship study has revealed.
A leading technical body has lamented the Covid-19 pandemic as a “lost opportunity” for speeding up the energy transition.
Energy Capital & Power (ECP) has pushed back its US-Africa Energy Forum to December 9-10.
The country’s annual balance sheet has revealed a 22.4% gap between revenue and spending after a brutal year for the economy.
Schlumberger has pulled out of the world’s largest oil and gas industry conference amid Covid-19 concerns.
The International Energy Agency cut forecasts for global oil demand “sharply” for the rest of this year as the resurgent pandemic hits major consumers, and predicted a new surplus in 2022.
For well over a year now, North Sea oil and gas workers have had to comply with numerous measures designed to stop the spread of Covid-19.
Equatorial Guinea has forbidden unvaccinated people from working on- or offshore in the oil and gas sector.
Oil plunged to an 11-week low, extending losses after the worst week since October, as new waves of Covid-19 threatened fuel demand.
The crew on board the Piper Bravo has been reduced to “essential workers only” after a Covid outbreak on board the North Sea platform.
Sonatrach has increased its efforts to keep workers safe in response to COVID-19, as Algeria sees a third wave of infections accelerate.
Sasol has teamed up with the Mpumalanga government ahead of planned maintenance at its Secunda site.
Discussions are ongoing that could avoid swathes of North Sea oil workers having to return home in the event of a Covid-19 breakout.
Seadrill draws competing rig offers from Noble and Transocean consortium as it undergoes Chapter 11 bankruptcy
Noble Corporation and a consortium including Transocean and Dolphin Drilling are competing to acquire the assets held by Seadrill, according to a news report, as it undergoes Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Halliburton’s chief executive says the company’s strategy is “working well” after a relatively healthy financial start to the year.
Repsol Sinopec Resources UK took losses of nearly three quarters of a billion dollars during an “extraordinary” and “challenging” 2020.
Nearly 120 people have now been linked to a Covid outbreak on board the Shell Shearwater production hub in the North Sea.
A total of 18 workers have been flown ashore or are currently isolating on board the Taqa North Cormorant platform after workers tested positive for Covid-19.
BP’s chief executive has raised concerns that the dramatic fall in carbon emissions seen last year may be “short lived”.
Shell has flown 85 workers to shore following a Covid outbreak at the Shearwater production hub in the North Sea.
A top offshore safety watchdog has “deep concern” that barriers to prevent potentially deadly hydrocarbon releases (HCRs) from North Sea platforms have been “degraded” amid the pandemic.
Petrofac warned today that orders were likely to remain depressed in engineering and construction (E&C) this year due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.