Prosafe (OLSO: PRS) has landed its first extension worth $3.5m (£3.1m) with BP to support development of the Seagull field in the UK North Sea.
Oil majors Shell, BP, TotalEnergies and independent Harbour Energy are nearing a concept selection for electrification of several North Sea platforms.
Wildcat strikes affecting up to 16 North Sea assets have now ended, offshore contractors said, as workers lodge formal grievance letters.
There was widespread disruption on several North Sea platforms on Wednesday after crew members staged unplanned walkouts.
BP has announced plans to invest £18 billion in the UK energy system by 2030, with the North Sea at its heart, days after calls were once again raised for an oil and gas windfall tax.
Helicopter operator Bristow has begun offshore flights using sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), marking some of the first operations in the UK North Sea powered by the lower-carbon alternative.
Neo Energy has completed its acquisition of private-equity backed Zennor Petroleum, solidifying its position as one of the UKCS’ largest producers.
BP has taken a $2.79bn (£2billion) impairment on the value of its oil and gas assets in the UK North Sea.
BP is reducing the number of workers on one of its North Sea platforms after an increase in the number of Covid-19 cases recorded on board.
More than a dozen workers have been removed from a North Sea installation after two separate cases of Covid-19 were detected on board.
Neptune Energy, along with partners BP and Japex, have kicked off drilling for the Seagull project in the North Sea.
North Sea minnow Zennor Petroleum claims to have become one of the first UK operators to go “carbon neutral” as first gas from its flagship Finlaggan field beckons.
BP put workers "in harm’s way" during a fire on the ETAP installation, being left without water pumps to extinguish it, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has warned.
Oil and gas giant BP has introduced a raft of measures to protect staff against the spread of the cornavirus at its North Sea ETAP field.
Neptune Energy is “assessing the impact” Covid-19 will have on the delivery of its 50million barrel Seagull development in the UK North Sea.
Power has been restored to BP’s ETAP installation, weeks after a fire forced it to be downmanned.
Energy giant BP has joined a list of operators working to reduce offshore crew numbers on its North Sea assets in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Work is still ongoing to restore full power to BP’s ETAP platform in the North Sea, three weeks after a small fire caused the installation to be down-manned.
Full power is unlikely to be restored to BP's ETAP platform in the central North Sea until early next week, it is understood.
More than 60 North Sea workers have been evacuated after a “power generation issue” at BP’s ETAP installation last night.
Panoro Energy will drill a production well in Tunisia in May, while three workovers are under way and should be on line by the end of March.
Production has officially begun from the Nawara field in Tunisia, the North African state’s Prime Minister Youssef Chahed said.
Tunisia has recently elected a new president, demonstrating the strength of its democratic institutions. The country’s hydrocarbons industry continues to struggle, though.
Rig operator Valaris has been chosen to carry out the drilling contract for Neptune Energy’s Seagull project in the UK North Sea.
BP is progressing towards a final investment decision (FID) for the redevelopment of a field in the central North Sea.