Neptune Energy has confirmed drilling has begun at the Adorf Z17 gas appraisal well in Georgsdorf, north western Germany.
Aberdeen-headquartered KCA Deutag has announced a $550m deal to acquire the onshore drilling business of Italian contractor Saipem.
Drilling contractor KCA Deutag has disclosed the impact of a “sophisticated attempted ransomware attack” on the company last year.
Neptune Energy has awarded a contract to drill the Z17 well in the Adorf carboniferous gas field, north-west Germany, to KCA Deutag.
KCA Deutag has completed the sale of five drilling rigs in Nigeria for $18 million.
Aberdeen-headquartered drilling contractor KCA Deutag has suspended new investments in Russia, as oilfield services firms join energy majors in reducing exposure to the Russian market following the invasion of Ukraine.
Oil and gas services firms are under increasing pressure to cut links with Russia, in a bid to ratchet up economic pressure in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Equinor (OSLO: EQNR) is exercising options worth £663 million to extend drilling contracts with Archer, KCA Deutag and Odfjell Drilling.
Aberdeen-headquartered KCA Deutag has landed a contract worth $550 million (£408m) in Oman, securing nearly 200 jobs.
UK-based firm Clean Power Hydrogen (CPH2) has announced its intention to float on the London Stock Market.
KCA Deutag has bagged land drilling contracts worth about £137 million in the Middle East.
Global and personal events of the past 18 months lie behind a new career and now commercial success for retired oil and gas worker Scott Macpherson.
KCA Deutag has hailed a series of contract awards worth around $550million (£388m) across the UK, Russia and Norway.
A fire in Africa that led to the death of a former Aberdeen oil and gas worker has finally been brought under control, more than three months after the gas well explosion that caused it.
KCA Deutag is facing better prospects after slashing its debt and “battening down the hatches” in during a tumultuous 2020, the Aberdeen-based oil and gas drilling giant’s chief finance officer said yesterday.
Scottish oil and gas drilling firm KCA Deutag has secured contracts worth around £80 million in Pakistan, Russia, Kurdistan, Europe and Germany.
Oilfield service (OFS) companies must decide now whether they are going to stick with hydrocarbons or pivot to low-carbon, a new report said.
KCA Deutag has completed the financial restructuring which results in the Scottish oil and gas drilling giant changing hands.
Scottish oil and gas drilling giant KCA Deutag is changing hands as part of a financial restructuring to slash debt.
Aberdeen-headquartered KCA Deutag has announced the award of contract extensions worth more than $150m (£115million) in Oman.
KCA Deutag is working on a restructuring deal with creditors to wipe off more than £1billion of debt.
Around 200 oil workers are to be laid off – and staff are furious they are not being furloughed.
Drilling contractor KCA Deutag said its ability to operate had become “very complex” due to the recent crude price slump and Covid-19 outbreak.
Remote operations will “change the oilfield services (OFS) world” according to Chris Jones, vice president for OFS in Europe at Baker Hughes.