An oil and gas worker had to be airlifted off a North Sea platform earlier this month after they were struck on the head by a crane hook.
New research by global commercial property adviser CBRE has revealed a positive end to 2020 for the Aberdeen office market.
London-listed EnQuest said today it had completed the £13 million acquisition of a stake in the Bressay field from Equinor.
The head of Equinor’s UK renewable operations has announced he is leaving the company after more than a decade.
Bosses at Deep Casing Tools (DCT) will use a cash injection of £1.6 million to bring more ground-breaking oil and gas technology to the global market.
Equinor has awarded framework contracts to Altus Intervention and Archer for a range of wireline services on its platforms offshore Norway.
Total has opted not to continue being a member of the American Petroleum Institute (API), expressing differences of opinion over climate change.
Equinor has announced plans to broaden its renewables offering by piloting a floating offshore solar plant off the Norwegian coast.
Bosses at Equinor have heralded the firm’s latest contract win as a “game changer” for its North American operations.
Digital media production company Signal is to produce films for Aberdeenshire Council and ORE Catapult to support the promotion of local and national economic development.
Business intelligence company, Offshore Network, are next month hosting the Upstream Digital Transformation Conference, a digitalisation event, but not one that’s looking at technology. Instead the event focuses on the ‘people’ aspects of digital transformation, with sessions including discussions on culture change, skills and collaboration.
Europe’s oil and gas majors could access a wide pool of investors and “unlock value” by spinning off their renewables assets in initial public offerings (IPOs).
ShipFC, a frontier-busting, pioneering maritime innovation project looking to install the world’s first ammonia-powered fuel cell on a ship, has taken an important step forward with the award of a contract to the German institute Fraunhofer IMM to develop a catalytic afterburner system.
London-listed Premier Oil this morning announced the proposed appointment of three additional directors to its board.
Norway’s offshore health and safety watchdog has identified several “serious breaches” on board one of Equinor’s North Sea platforms.
Westwood Global Energy reports that there were four exploration well programmes active as of December 28. Three exploration well programmes were spudded in December and two exploration programmes completed.
A leading renewable energy expert has heralded 2020 as having been a “massive year” for the development of floating offshore wind.
Norway’s top court dismissed an attempt by climate activists to halt Arctic oil exploration by Western Europe’s biggest petroleum-producing nation.
Equinor and its partners will invest £260 million in the North Sea Statfjord Ost field to improve recovery by 23 million barrels of oil equivalent.
A wind turbine data-sharing program, which aims to enhance operational performance visibility in the renewables sector, has been launched.
GE Renewable Energy snaps up turbine supply contract for Dogger Bank C, announces plans to scale up Haliade-X model
GE Renewable Energy has been selected as the preferred turbine supplier for the third phase of the huge Dogger Bank offshore wind farm.
Aker Solutions has been awarded a contract by Equinor for delivering the new CO2 receiving facilities Northern Lights outside Bergen, Norway.
Shell and Equinor have announced plans to team up to further the use of advanced analytics on historical data to improve operational spare part inventories.
Aker Solutions has signed a £43 million contract to deliver hook-up and commissioning assistance of the P2 processing platform at Equinor’s Johan Sverdrup field offshore Norway.
Equinor has appointed Ulrica Fearn as its chief financial officer (CFO) and executive vice president, with effect from 16 June 2021.