Aberdeen subsea equipment provider Ashtead Technology has signed an exclusive rental agreement with Australian firm Reach Robotics.
Global Underwater Hub report finds supply chain capability high, lack of project visibility threatening confidence
A report by the Global Underwater Hub (GUH) released today has emphasised the strength of the UK supply chain but warns a continuing lack of project surety is impeding necessary investment.
Orcadian Energy has announced the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) is prepared to grant a two-year extension on its P2244 licence in the Pilot field, subject to certain conditions.
Aberdeen oil and gas engineering services firm Plexus Holdings has been awarded an equipment contract for a new North Sea plug and abandonment (P&A) project by SLB (NYSE: SLB).
The development could limit the need for expensive rock armour around offshore wind structures.
Italian oilfield services firm Saipem (BIT: SPM) has awarded Petrofac a new multi-million-pound deal to support the decommissioning of a platform in the UK sector of the North Sea.
Equinor has announced production from the Breidablikk field in the North Sea began on October 20, four months ahead of schedule.
Environmental campaign group Greenpeace has vowed to appeal after it lost a legal challenge against a new major UK oil and gas licensing round.
The bid deadline for the Utsira Nord offshore wind zone has been delayed to 2024, while the deadline for Sørlige Nordsjø II has also been pushed back due to changes in the bidding criteria.
Norwegian firm Ocean Installer will complete a subsea tie-back of Eirin gas field after securing a contract from Equinor.
Revenue at Aberdeen-based energy services firm Centurion Group more than doubled to almost £550 million last year.
The union representing around 85 offshore workers employed by Petrofac (LON: PFC) has announced an end to a pay dispute centred on 'clawback' entitlements.
In spite of the multiple pressures facing the North Sea, or possibly because of them, the need to decarbonise oil and gas production remains paramount.
Over 200 energy industry leaders gathered in Aberdeen today as Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) held its first ever decarbonisation conference.
Assets are at risk of being shut down early, says the regulator, as the number of wells drilled drops.
Operators need a fast solution on their emissions problem. As enthusiasm wanes on North Sea electrification, experts say alternative fuels offer an answer.
Aberdeen-based energy services firm Three60 Energy has announced it will acquire fellow Scottish firms Pryme Group and Flexlife, creating a £200 million revenue business.
From ‘angry and frustrated’ to ‘sense at last’: Shetlanders react to Rosebank oil field off their coast
Shetland has a long history of involvement in the North Sea oil and gas industry, and now the Rosebank oil field looks set to continue that history for decades to come.
Norwegian authorities have granted ConocoPhillips start-up consent for its NOK 13 billion (£1 billion) Tommeliten A cross-border gas field.
The Perenco SHARP development in the Southern North Sea has been running 18 months behind schedule, a project partner has reported.
BP has announced it will name its first floating offshore wind demonstration project in Aberdeen after Scottish medical pioneer and suffragette Dr Flora Murray.
Associated British Ports says it is investigating an area near Nigg Energy Park.
Diamond Offshore (NYSE: DO) has announced it has kicked off a new contract in the UK with Repsol Sinopec after its rig was released early last year by Apache.
A former North Sea floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel owned by Altera Infrastructure is set to be redeployed to Africa as part of a 15-year agreement.
Subsea services provider DeepOcean has completed a "significant" decommissioning project on the Dunlin Alpha platform.