More than 7,500 oil and gas workers have lost their jobs since the onset of the coronavirus crisis and tens of thousands more could go, industry leaders have warned.
A North-east MSP has told the Scottish Government that a revived energy jobs taskforce is “more urgent than ever” after BP announced plans for 10,000 cuts globally.
North-east energy sector chiefs largely welcomed an extension of the UK Government furlough scheme, but cautioned it may do little to roll back the tide of oil and gas redundancies.
Representative body Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has repeated its call for sector support and said its role in the push to meet net zero emissions is "not a given".
Oil and gas operator China National Offshore Oil Corporation (Cnooc) International is set to halve worker numbers travelling by helicopter to its North Sea assets in an attempt to socially distance staff and combat the spread of coronavirus offshore.
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Smaller North Sea oil and gas firms are “less developed in their thinking” around the current energy transition and the need to diversify their business, according to a new energy sector report.
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) will this week outline the details of its response to the UK and Scottish Government’s net zero targets.
A compelling line-up of speakers has been confirmed for an event aiming to put issues surrounding diversity and inclusion centre stage in the oil and gas sector.
The Royal Collage of General Practitioners (GPs) has stopped an Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) conference from taking place at its London headquarters due to climate change concerns.
As author Rebecca Ponton delved deeper and deeper into the world of women in the oil and gas sector, the former journalist quickly realised that the stories of these “fascinating” and “incredible” females simply had to be told.
The oil and gas industry has welcomed the new UK government as it looks ahead to a “transformational” sector deal and braces for tax changes for thousands of contractors.
A new report has called for rapid action on a vital technology for reducing carbon emissions which the UK has been “contemplating for too long”.
A bumper year for new project sanctions on the UK continental shelf (UKCS) in 2018 has been followed by an underwhelming 2019, analysts have said.
Even a year or two ago, climate change and the energy transition would not have featured heavily in an interview between Energy Voice and the chief executive of Oil and Gas UK (OGUK).
Champions of the offshore industry were honoured in style at the annual Oil and Gas UK Awards last night.
A North Sea boss has hailed new leadership measures to prevent major hazards offshore as being the “first time” in her career the industry has aligned in such a way.
An industry body will warn there is “much more to be done” to prevent major leaks in the North Sea at an Aberdeen conference later.
Enormous changes are afoot to help grow the Aberdeen economy in the coming years as uncertainty and fierce competition from other growing cities become the new norm.
A new conference has been announced which will focus on the most pressing health and safety issues in the North Sea.
Under a month from now, more than 35,000 people will descend on Aberdeen for the biennial SPE Offshore Europe event.
Industry bosses are planning to publish a “roadmap” at next month’s Offshore Europe on how to achieve the Vision 2035 scenario.
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has said its two new boardroom appointments will be tasked with boltering ongoing efforts at increasing North Sea competitiveness and leading the charge toward the UK's net zero emissions target.
The UK oil and gas industry is starting to get “very good” at decommissioning, the sector’s top regulator said yesterday.
The head of Oil and Gas UK has warned the industry that it is not meeting the expectations of society around climate change.