A subsea cable inspection has uncovered a long-lost Nazi warship, attacked by a British submarine off Norway 80 years ago.
Equinor revealed today that several wells on the Martin Linge field, offshore Norway, had barrier “deficiencies” and could no longer be used for production.
Chrysaor, the UK’s largest offshore oil and gas producer, is mulling plans for electrification of its North Sea platforms.
Extending the digital hand of friendship across the North Sea will be the focus of an annual business event which is due to take place next week.
Equinor has claimed a “world first” with the use of a drone to deliver lifeboat system parts offshore, in what could be a sign of future North Sea logistics operations.
Equinor is making job cuts in the UK, Canada and US in response to the oil downturn, with its Aberdeen workforce included in the process.
UK oil workers are eligible for an exemption to new rules restricting travel to Norway, the country’s government has advised.
Royal Dutch Shell Plc is in talks to sell its Norwegian natural gas supplier Gasnor, according to people familiar with the matter, as the energy major continues to selectively dispose of assets.
Organisers of the ONS conference in Norway are mulling their next steps as exhibitors demand refunds for the cancelled event.
Equinor has appointed insider Anders Opedal as its new CEO, replacing Eldar Saetre who is to retire after 40 years in the Norwegian energy company.
Eni SpA is looking to sell assets in Norway and the Republic of Congo as oil’s slump prompts companies across the industry to rein in spending, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Heerema Marine Contractors (HMC) has broken the record for the largest single lift jacket removal.
North Sea workers have made the most of the recent hot weather by finding a unique location to lap up the sun.
The Shell Curlew FPSO (floating production storage and offloading vessel), which had been moored in Dundee for decommissioning work, has left the port.
Norway-based well integrity specialist company HydraWell has set its sights on growth by joining forces with a like-minded business.
Neptune Energy is moving ahead with a side-track well to help assess the size of its newly-announced Dugong discovery.
Odfjell Drilling has put 139 offshore workers at risk of redundancy after completing a drilling contract ahead of schedule.
Neptune Energy and its partners today announced the discovery of hydrocarbons at the Dugong well (PL 882) in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea.
North Sea operators still have the “appetite” for high impact exploration over the coming 12-18 months, according to Westwood Global Energy Group, despite low success rates.
Centrifuges Un-Limited, the Aberdeen-headquartered oilfield services firm, is increasing its headcount as it targets growth in Norway.
No boat? No problem! National Grid powers ahead passing halfway mark to lay the world’s longest subsea cable
Construction of the longest subsea power cable in the world has now passed the halfway point and achieved a major engineering feat to enable Norway’s zero carbon hydro energy to be shared with the UK.
Oil and gas workers have hit out at what they deem to be “ridiculous” Covid-19 quarantine rules that have made a section of the industry “second-class citizens”.
Stena Drilling has appealed a legal decision which found “mass layoffs” on one of its North Sea rigs was in breach of Norway’s employment rules.
Norway has been talking for years about weaning itself off oil, but the Covid-19 crisis has revealed how far it has left to go.
Westwood Global Energy reports that there was one exploration well programme active as of May 27, plus one development programme with an exploration sidetrack planned. One exploration well programme was completed and one exploration well programme spudded in May.