A new onshore gas discovery is "potentially the UK's largest", according to preliminary data.
All successful entrepreneurs have a knack of surrounding themselves with the “right people”, business experts said at an event near Aberdeen yesterday.
If you’re looking to find out how to make £12.5 million just one year into starting a business, The Press and Journal’s next business breakfast is the place for you.
The strong line-up of speakers taking shape for a business breakfast at Ardoe House Hotel, near Aberdeen, later this month includes one of the region’s top dealmakers.
The key role played by entrepreneurs in the region’s economy will be outlined at a north-east business breakfast this month.
A record number of Britain’s finance chiefs are bracing for the worst and hoarding cash as they anticipate a damaging Brexit.
The “new reality” that Oil & Gas UK has identified in its new Business Outlook highlights the significant pressures that those operating on the UKCS continue to grapple with, as the industry strives to remain competitive and sustainable.
Oil and Gas UK expects to see further examples of companies consolidating and “right-sizing” their North Sea portfolios in 2019.
Mergers and acquisitions are engrained in the oil and gas industry’s DNA.
Business leaders were warned yesterday that signs of “regression” were emerging on North Sea collaboration as activity picks up.
Collaboration is still proving “difficult” for many North Sea supply chain companies, according to a new survey.
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) will next week publish a major report into how effectively North Sea operators are collaborating with suppliers.
A new flagship report highlighting the oil and gas industry's critical role in the energy transition will be unveiled in Aberdeen next week.
History is littered with examples of brands that have dominated their respective markets but, through a combination of lack of innovation, inefficient execution and focusing internally instead of on customers, have gone on to suffer a massive fall in market share against rivals.
A director at Deloitte said yesterday that North Sea industry had made real progress in its collaboration drive, but urged companies to “go faster” to lock in the gains.
A director at Deloitte said today that North Sea industry had made real progress in its collaboration drive, but that companies needed to "go faster" to lock in the gains.
The oil price decline of 2014 forced the global oil and gas industry to take a large step back and look at many of the ways it operated – nowhere more so than in one of the world’s most mature basins: the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS).
A majority of creditors of failed shipping firm Harkand and linked companies are likely to see a return of some of their money, it emerged yesterday.
The oil and gas supply chain may have gone through a challenging few years, but the industry is on the cusp of another period of substantial change – one we’ve already seen take hold in other sectors. Digital transformation is opening up huge opportunities to operators, service companies, and suppliers – but it’s a double-edged sword.
A key behaviour change in the oil and gas industry that it is hoped will underpin the future fortunes of the North Sea has so far proved easier said that done, a report has found.
Premier Oil has completed a tender process selecting Ernst & Young as its new auditor from next year.
BP will ask its shareholders to approve the appointment of Deloitte as the company’s auditor for the financial year 2018 at its AGM.
Exploration and production companies merging and acquiring one another usually grab the headlines and sit front of mind against the backdrop of a low oil price environment.
New analysis suggests the North Sea collaboration is on the rise.
Harkand was launched in 2013 with the aim of becoming a major global player in the Inspection Repair and Maintenance sector by 2018, but instead it has become the latest victim of the devastating downturn in oil and gas activity.