Marathon Oil UK has been fined more than £1 million for safety failures after a pipe ruptured and leaked more than two tonnes of high pressure, high temperature methane gas on a North Sea platform four years ago.
Houston's Marathon Oil reported a $174 million net profit for the first quarter that fell about 50 percent from the first three months of 2018.
Two charities have been handed more than £6,000 following a year-long fundraising campaign by energy workers.
A former vice president of Marathon Oil has joined the board of Scottish firm Cairn Energy.
RockRose Energy has hailed the “expertise” of workers at the UK North Sea business it is acquiring from Marathon Oil.
RockRose Energy has struck a deal to buy Marathon Oil's UK business.
Houston-based Marathon Oil was back in the black last year despite a decline in non-US production.
Spirit Energy and Taqa have lost a legal battle with Marathon Oil over a £68million deficit in a North Sea pension scheme.
Ophir Energy has appointed a director of US firm Marathon Oil.
The end of production on a North Sea platform has been marked with a photo campaign after 30 years of operations.
Marathon Oil is seeking an exit from the North Sea, according to a news report from Reuters.
Heerema Marine Contractors (HMC) has announced the award of a decommissioning contract for the Brae Bravo platform, operated by Marathon Oil.
The UK Health and Safety Executive (HSE) handed an improvement notice to Marathon Oil after a "lifting incident" on the East Brae platform led to an injury.
No one knows what consequences the removal of North Sea infrastructure will have on marine life, a decommissioning project director has said.
35 of the world’s biggest oil and gas firms were given their walking papers yesterday as the Danish pension, PKA, exerted its influence.
Tony Laing has been announced as new director of research and market acceleration for the National Subsea Research Initiative (NSRI).
US firm Marathon Oil has confirmed plans to transfer a number of workers from one of its North Sea platforms due to a lack of fresh water.
US firm Marathon Oil has completed the sale of its Libyan subsidiary to Total for $450million.
Houston-based Marathon Oil posted a small $28 million loss for the fourth quarter relative to its much larger $1.4 billion loss for the final three months of 2016.
North Sea operator Marathon Oil is planning another appeal after a UK tax tribunal ruling left it with a £80million-plus hit to cashflow.
Exxon Mobil Corp. has asked a Texas federal judge to allow it to depose California municipal government officials who sued it and other oil companies over the threat of rising sea levels to their jurisdictions.
An oil worker has died after falling ill and being airlifted from a North Sea platform.
US oil firm Apache said yesterday that its North Sea Callater project had started producing early and under budget.
An industry expert has said renewed enthusiasm for competing in licensing rounds is “great to see” ahead of crucial, upcoming North Sea auctions.
Marathon Oil has become the latest firm to propose leaving large volumes of kit in the North Sea as part of decommissioning plans.