Texas-based Vaalco Energy’s production in Gabon is more than 6,000 barrels per day of oil, up 73% from its 2019 average.
The boss of French oil giant Total has said moving the company's financial hub out of London to Paris due to Brexit is "a logical decision".
Australia-based Spark Exploration is aiming to find partners in the first half of this year for its West of Shetland licences, which potentially contain north of a billion barrels of oil.
Extinction Rebellion has won a High Court challenge against the Metropolitan Police over a London-wide protest ban.
A former senior lawyer at Shell cannot use a leaked email or an overheard pub conversation in his discrimination claim, a court has ruled.
Business and political leaders from across England will launch a joint declaration to clean up air pollution as a national priority in a bid to "stop people dying needlessly".
When two U.K. power plants shut down almost simultaneously in London’s first major blackout for a decade, it triggered a storm of questions about how to avoid another failure.
London must be at the heart of efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions to net zero, the Government said as it launched a "green finance strategy".
British Airways is adding extra flights between Aberdeen and London Heathrow as part of plans to grow services between Scotland and the UK’s busiest aviation hub.
Greenpeace has shut down BP’s headquarters in London on the eve of its annual general meeting in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen is losing a vital air link to another London airport.
Local authorities across London are being urged to join the fight against climate change by pulling pension fund investments out of fossil fuels.
The pound fell in Asian trading after a weekend terror attack in London killed seven people, days before the nation votes in a snap election.
As an industry we too often have our gaze drawn north towards Aberdeen and south towards London, without giving proper dues to the fantastic work that’s being done in the key energy hubs around the UK.
The FTSE 100 slumped and pound climbed to a one-month high, as Donald Trump’s inauguration speech and protests over his presidency took a bite out of the US dollar.
London’s top-flight index pushed to an all-time high after sterling collapsed following hints from Prime Minister Theresa May that Britain may opt for a so-called “hard Brexit”.
Sound Energy will be included in the London Stock Exchange for the first time later this month.
Brexit will not affect plans for Ineos to set up UK headquarters once again, according to one of the company's bosses.
Allies of Andrea Leadsom have defended her following reports that her “stellar” career in the City had been exaggerated.
For all the uncertainty Scotland faces with the cloud of Britain’s exit from the European Union, there could yet be a silver lining, according to U.K. lawmaker Mark Garnier.
The FTSE 100 Index has slipped back after hitting four-month highs on Tuesday as falling oil prices once more weighed on the London market.
Top flight shares looked like ending the week on the up, as takeover target the London Stock Exchange (LSE) saw its full-year profits surge. The British bourse said adjusted pre-tax profits climbed 31% to £643.4 million, up from £491.7 million in 2014, adding that its £20 billion merger talks with Germany’s Deutsche Borse were making “excellent progress”.
Premier Oil’s shares will resume trading on the London Stock Exchange after reaching a deal with E.ON for its North Sea assets.
Oil prices continued to make gains, signalling brighter prospects for world trade. Brent Crude rose more than half a US dollar to stand at over $35 a barrel.
The London market struggled for direction this morning, despite oil prices continuing to gain ground and brightening prospects for world trade.