An abrupt management shakeup at CHC has raised questions over turbulence at the North Sea helicopter operator.
Longboat Energy (LON: LBE) has struck a deal to secure a rig, opening the door for the spudding of a North Sea exploration well.
Dozens of companies have applied for acreage in the latest oil and gas exploration round in Norway, though it is the lowest figure in recent years.
Operator ConocoPhillips (NYSE: COP) Skandinavia has concluded the spudding of a wildcat well in the Norwegian North Sea.
The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) has given Aker BP (OSLO:AKRBP) consent to use the Maersk Invincible rig for drilling activities on the Norwegian Ivar Aasen field.
Repsol Norge has reported damage to parts of the process pipe system on the Yme field, ceasing production for up to six weeks.
The ONS conference in Stavanger has drawn in a whopping 61,000 visitors, but not quite matched the number of attendees pre-Covid.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has brought energy security into the spotlight and Norway is stepping up to meet demands while providing stable finances for producers and leading the way in decarbonisation.
Equinor and Wintershall Dea have partnered up in the development of a Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) value chain connecting continental European CO2 emitters to offshore storage sites on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
Aberdeen-headquartered Wood has hailed its $230 million business on the other side of the North Sea.
Shell has contracted Northern Ocean’s Deepsea Bollsta to carry out drilling offshore Namibia under a 12-month contract.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services giant Wood (LON: WG) has landed a design deal on the 100 million-barrel Halten East development.
With ONS 2022 starting today and making an in-person return after four years, the energy industry is excited to see what the conference has in store.
Aberdeen will play host to the Norwegian Crown Prince and Princess next month as they lead a trade delegation to the UK.
With conflict in Ukraine and sanctions on Russia continuing to exacerbate supply issues, rising energy prices are fuelling new opportunities for private equity in the European oil and gas industry.
The distinctive green and white livery of Norwegian airline Widerøe is a familiar sight for anyone working in North Sea offshore oil and gas.
The UK is planning for several days over the winter when cold weather may combine with gas shortages, leading to organized blackouts for industry and even households.
It’s very difficult for me as a supporter of Scottish independence to write about Norway – or Denmark and some other small countries for that matter – without becoming extremely hot under the collar.
For the last few decades the ONS conference in Stavanger has focused on the energy industry’s direction from the perspective of North Sea exploration and production business – this year, ONS 2022 will focus mainly on energy transition.
Just as oil and gas has borne decades of partnerships between the UK and Norway, Britain's ambassador wants to see similar team-ups as offshore wind booms.
In September 2014 and in the face of mounting uncertainty over Russian gas supplies continuing to be available because of the then conflict over Ukraine, then European Energy Commissioner, Guenther Oettinger, suggested that Norway could play a fundamental role in shoring up EU energy supplies then and into the future.
Across the globe, digitalisation has been crucial in revamping the energy landscape and enabling a swifter transition towards improved energy efficiency and security.
“Trust” is the theme of this year’s ONS conference, Stavanger’s biennial mecca for the offshore energy industry.
The Norwegian sovereign wealth fund; the envy of governments the world over.
TotalEnergies has reported net income of $5.69 billion, up more than two and a half times from the first quarter, driven largely by its downstream and chemicals operations.