INEOS has taken to social media to celebrate its Clipper South platform hitting the milestone of producing 200 billion cubic feet of gas following 11 years of production.
The UK’s gas production is far from meeting the country’s demand, “we absolutely do not have a proper plan” says Richard Lowes, senior associate at the Regulatory Assistance Project.
Energy giant Shell has said it expects to have produced more gas in the opening three months of this year than it did during the close of last year even as prices drop from recent extremes.
A pair of disused gas installations in Morecambe Bay are to be removed by the largest vessel in the world this year.
Scientists at Aberdeen University are developing a new production method that could be a “game-changer” for North Sea gas.
Solo Oil expects to reach its expected offtake rate from the Kiliwani North production operations in Tanzania later this year.
Regal Petroleum will pay less on its gas production in the Ukraine after the government decided to halt an emergency tax rate on the country's oil and gas production.
A Dutch court has ordered more cuts in gas production at Groningen, Europe's largest gas field, saying the government had given too little consideration to the stronger and more frequent earthquakes extraction had caused.
Malaysian Petroliam Nasional (Petronas) said today it had agreed a $850million (£550million) deal with Brazil's OGX Petroleo e Gas for a 40% stake in a Brazilian offshore oil field.
Alaskan governor Sean Parnell visited firms in Aberdeen yesterday to learn how they were affected by changes to the North Sea tax regime.
Oil and gas logistics firm Asco Group is involved in a potentially-lucrative project to develop a new port in Brazil.
Total chief executive Christophe de Margerie reiterated yesterday that its Elgin platform in the UK North Sea would restart gas production within days or weeks
North Sea oil and gas production is expected to bounce back in the next few years following high investment in offshore developments, an industry expert said last night.
YPF is hiring from Nabors Industries of the US and Chinese energy major Sinopec a fleet of 14 drilling rigs to be employed in Argentina's shale exploration programme.
Chancellor George Osborne has received a stark reminder of the oil and gas sector's importance to the UK economy after a dip in North Sea output led to a shock rise in Treasury borrowing.
North Sea producer Endeavour International yesterday said a boost in output seen in the second quarter was due to continue as new projects continued to come on stream.
Norway will not intervene in a strike by the country's oil workers unless the conflict escalates significantly, labour minister Hanne Bjurstroem said today.
Confidence among oil and gas firms in the North Sea jumped to the highest level since 2009 after a boost from the Budget, it will be revealed today.
The Shah Deniz consortium has reached an important milestone and approved the decision to start front end engineering and design (FEED) on the estimated $25billion Shah Deniz Stage 2 project.
Two international energy giants said the debate over Scotland's constitutional future is not affecting their investment plans.
Aberdeen-based Apex Tubulars, which supplies casing and tubing to the oil industry, revealed yesterday it had landed international contracts worth more than £9million.
The North Sea could still contain more than £1trillion-worth of oil and gas, Energy Minister Fergus Ewing has said.
German oil and gas firm Wintershall has said it has now launched gas production from the Wingate field - its first gas production as operator in the UK North Sea.
A top energy expert has warned that Chancellor George Osborne's North Sea tax raid could cost the offshore industry more than £50billion.
In this month's edition of Energy, I had planned to tell you of the new and exciting approaches being taken by the diverse range of companies that have been attracted to invest in the UK Continental Shelf.