Oil giant BP has been ordered to review the way it handles risk in Norway after a leak at a North Sea platform which a safety watchdog said could have caused a serious accident.
Energy firm Dana Petroleum said yesterday it had appointed Nick Dancer as the new managing director of its Netherlands business.
UK energy firm Centrica said yesterday net profits at its gas and oil production business rose 20% to £919million last year, thanks to an increase in production and higher output prices.
Energy firm Centrica has been given a nine-year extension to continue production at one of its Norwegian assets.
Energy firm BG Group has said it hopes to approve a tender for building a new satellite platform for the North Sea in the first half of next year.
Energy firm 3sun Group has picked up a three-year contract with wind farm operator Scira Offshore Energy for work offshore east Anglia.
Denmark's Dong Energy said today operations on a two-well deepwater drilling campaign west of Shetland were on schedule.
An energy firm has urged the Mountaineering Council of Scotland (MCofS) to look "in more detail" at its plans to erect 83 turbines on hills above Loch Ness.
In 1985, BP's North Sea regional president Trevor Garlick started his first job with the energy firm; in Norway out of Stavanger.
North Sea operator Premier Oil said yesterday a 30% jump in UK production had helped it to achieve record profits.
The Ministry of Defence has dropped an objection against a proposed windfarm - days before councillors will decide if it gets the go-ahead.
BP's Scarv development in the Norwegian Sea has been delayed again, due to weather.
Middle East energy firm Dragon Oil said yesterday it would not make a takeover offer for Scottish explorer Bowleven.
Middle East energy firm Dragon Oil said today it was mulling a takeover offer for Scottish explorer Bowleven.
Former Schlumberger chief executive Andrew Gould is to take over as chairman at energy firm BG Group.
BG Group yesterday signed an £5billion deal with US energy firm Cheniere Energy to export shale gas supplies from the country to the rest of the world for the first time.
SHARES in North Sea energy firm Nautical Petroleum were up more than 15% yesterday after the company made an "excellent start" to appraisal activity at its Kraken field.
Energy firm Lansdowne Oil and Gas said yesterday it had raised more than £6million for drilling an appraisal well in the Celtic Sea.