UK-based oil and gas firm Hurricane Energy has announced that it's first lift from the west of Shetland Lancaster field has "generated first revenue".
Medium-sized oil companies are finding it more difficult to secure investment as fund managers’ attitudes to fossil fuels worsen, an industry stalwart said.
Hurricane Energy has begun the "start-up" phase at its flagship Lancaster field, west of Shetland.
UK oil and gas firm Hurricane Energy has announced it has spudded its first well at Warwick Deep, west of Shetland.
Exploration and production firm Spirit Energy generated almost £500 million worth of profit in 2018 − its first full year in business.
After weeks of delays, the Transocean Leader rig is now heading to the Greater Warwick Area (GWA) west of Shetland for Spirit Energy.
The idea of returning from maternity leave to a promotion sounds a bit fanciful. But that’s exactly what happened to Carla Riddell, of Spirit Energy.
North Sea industry received a shot in the arm yesterday as oil and gas companies reported progress on major projects.
Bosses at Hurricane Energy said today that they were looking forward to an "exciting" 2019 as the company gears up for first oil from its flagship Lancaster field, west of Shetland.
After months of setbacks, Hurricane Energy has successfully hooked up its production vessel to its huge Lancaster field west of Shetland.
Crondall Energy is hoping to leverage its experience on major projects for more work in the west of Shetland (WoS) region.
Spirit Energy’s three-well drilling campaign at the Greater Warwick Area west of Shetland has been knocked back by weeks.
After years of budget cuts, oil and gas companies are finally stepping up their exploration game. Several wildcat wells planned for 2019 have the potential to be “elephant” finds, according to Rystad Energy.
Oil firm Hurricane Energy's efforts to start production from its Lancaster field have suffered a setback.
The Aoka Mizu vessel was widely expected to have been installed at the Lancaster field by now, with final preparations under way for the long-term oil production trial, beginning in the current quarter.
Hurricane Energy has appointed a legal expert for the oil and gas sector to its board.
The production vessel for Hurricane Energy's Lancaster field has left the Port of Rotterdam en route to Scottish waters.
Despite the stopover at the Spanish port of Algeciras several days ago for fuel bunkering and a crew change being extended to carry out power generation auxiliary system repairs, Hurricane Energy’s CEO, Dr Robert Trice says the production vessel Aoka Mizu should still be on station West of Shetland by Christmas.
Hurricane Energy said today that the FPSO for its flagship North Sea project is undergoing repairs in Spain.
Hurricane Energy’s Lancaster development could be on track to start up “early next year” according to an analyst, following the sail-away of the field’s production vessel.
Hurricane Energy has confirmed the sail-away of its floating production, storage and offloading vessel (FPSO), destined for its Lancaster field.
Hurricane Energy's boss said the company was entering an "exciting time" as it gets ready for first revenues and further drilling next year.
A major milestone has been reached in the development of a giant North Sea field as it aims for first oil next year.
Spirit Energy’s boss said yesterday that the firm’s swoop for stakes in two North Sea licences would make it “more attractive” to potential new joint venture (JV) partners.
Spirit Energy’s swoop for stakes in Hurricane Energy’s Greater Warwick Area (GWA) is a “fantastic deal”, an analyst has said.