The Noble Intrepid jack-up has arrived at Aberdeen’s South Harbour ahead of work with Harbour Energy (LON:HBR).
A huge oil rig docked in Aberdeen will kick off work for oil giant BP in May, according to new contract details.
A huge oil rig, sporting legs more than 200 metres in height, has become the largest ever vessel to visit the Port of Aberdeen.
Noble and BP have struck a deal worth $50 million (£40.5m) for drilling and, plugging and abandonment services in the UK sector of the North Sea.
The Noble Intrepid, formerly known as the Maersk Intrepid, has arrived at the port of Kishorn as images emerge on social media.
All of Noble’s floating drilling units were contracted in the second quarter of the year, as offshore drilling continues its renaissance.
Harbour Energy (LON:HBR) and its partner Zarubezhneft have successfully completed their first appraisal well in the Tuna Block in the Natuna Sea offshore Indonesia despite reports that Chinese vessels had been meddling in the area.
Energy Voice Out Loud, under the tender new management of Allister, took a look at the big numbers coming out of OGUK’s big report this week. Imports are rising, it seems, but politics remain a tangled web. Are companies too scared of allegations of greenwashing to make the case for the energy industry?
A Chinese ship has been meddling with Harbour Energy’s ongoing drilling campaign at its Tuna block in the Natuna Sea offshore Indonesia. Significantly, the appraisal drilling is funded by Russia’s state-backed Zarubezhneft and the incident underscores the fact that Moscow’s energy interests in the South China Sea are increasingly being threatened by China.
Shares in IOG dropped by more than 10% this morning after the firm warned recovery from its Elgood gas field might not live up to expectations.
Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) is welcoming a “key milestone” after drilling got underway on its “Core” project North Sea fields.
The direction of travel appears clear; around a quarter of the current offshore floater rig fleet - ships and semi-submersibles - will be sent to the scrapyard near-term.
Mergers and acquisitions have been slowed by the COVID-19 outbreak. But as companies embrace the energy transition opportunities will arise
Scrapping of offshore oil rigs needs to be significantly ramped up in order to end the “bankruptcy nightmare” of their owners, according to Bassoe Offshore.
Beijing has increased pressure on Hanoi thereby derailing yet another upstream project in the South China Sea.
What in recent offshore industry terms were regarded as five of the most powerful brands in US drilling history are in deep trouble and the situation can only get worse.
Apache and Total have announced a “significant oil discovery” off the South American nation of Suriname.
Drilling rig operator Noble has given an update on its fleet, including two new contract extensions in the UK and Middle East.
The finalists have been revealed for an awards ceremony celebrating companies and people who have made an outstanding contribution to offshore health and safety.
Unite is seeking to re-establish negotiations with a “breakaway” group of drilling firms after workers last month rejected a “derisory” pay offer.
Scores of offshore drillers have rejected an "inferior" pay offer from a group of companies accused of snubbing a collective agreement.
A "breakaway" group of drilling contractors looking to offer different terms to workers have been condemned by a trade union.
Energy accreditation and consultancy firm DNV GL has appointed Neil Fraser as its new decommissioning lead.
An Aberdeen-based subsidiary of global drilling giant Noble is relocating from Farburn Industrial Estate, Dyce, to the Stratus building at ABZ Business Park.