A huge oil rig, sporting legs more than 200 metres in height, has become the largest ever vessel to visit the Port of Aberdeen.
A tightening labour market and a lack of available workers threatens to derail the UK’s energy transition, a key industry study is warning.
Some miles off the coasts of England, Ireland and Scotland, deep under the sea, lie rock formations which could be capable of holding up to 78 billion tonnes of CO2.
Believe it or not the UK’s oil and gas industry is the nation’s best bet for building a green and low-carbon future – and that includes opening new oil fields like Cambo, says Katy Heidenreich, operations director at Oil & Gas UK (OGUK) which represents the UK offshore industry.
This year is set to be one like no other for the UK’s changing offshore oil and gas industry.
North Sea operators have shelved more than half a billion pounds of decommissioning spending, according to a new report from Oil and Gas UK (OGUK).
North Sea firms face the “harsh reality” that it may take “two to three years” before the industry will catch up on deferred work, according to Oil and Gas UK (OGUK).
Oil and Gas UK’s (OGUK) supply chain manager has left the trade body to join John Crane group.
As author Rebecca Ponton delved deeper and deeper into the world of women in the oil and gas sector, the former journalist quickly realised that the stories of these “fascinating” and “incredible” females simply had to be told.
Representative body Oil and Gas UK (UK) has announced the appointment of two new directors as the organisation looks to focus its attention toward a new and 'diverse energy mix'.
We know the industry must build upon its efforts to recruit and retain a diversity of new talent if it is to realise its overarching ambition for the future – to add another generation of life to the basin through Vision 2035 – and great strides are already being taken with women across the industry making a positive, lasting impact.
An inspirational new book which shines a light on leading women in the UK’s offshore oil and gas industry will be published tomorrow.
A swathe of new data from a £20million UK Government-funded seismic programme is expected to encourage oil and gas exploration in the North Sea.