A further two energy events have been forced to alter their plans due to the ongoing spread of Omicron across Europe.
Organisers have postponed the Offshore Europe exhibition next month amid rising Omicron cases in the UK, dealing a blow to the events industry in Aberdeen.
Only 15% of the exhibition space remains available across three halls as companies sign up to be part of the first major face-to-face European offshore energy event since 2019, organisers have said.
EnQuest has stated a “great future” is in store for its Magnus platform after severing ties with West of Shetland gas.
“Corporate Darwinism” could come to the fore as the energy industry tries to overcome challenges by finding new and innovative ways of working.
The chief executive of the OGA has said he is frustrated by companies “mucking around in commercial disputes” while a climate emergency is ongoing.
A senior executive at Baker Hughes and chair of this year’s Offshore Europe has told the conference that the industry is well aware of its “responsibility” to net zero and “didn’t need COP26 to prick our conscience”.
The oil and gas industry is “not doing enough” to fight climate change, according to the UK Government’s top adviser on the issue.
Success in the ScotWind offshore leasing round for BP will be worth up to £40million annually to the local Aberdeen economy and create up to 120 jobs, the company has claimed.
The UK will fail to reach net zero by 2050 without a drastic change to the way low-carbon technologies are funded, a new alliance of energy experts has warned.
New export markets in renewables are on the cards for Balmoral Group, typically known for its oil and gas buoyancy tech, as its product offering “evolves”.
Energy transition topics will take centre-stage at the SPE Offshore Europe 2021 virtual conference taking place from September 7 to 10.
Organisers of Offshore Europe have decided to delay the in-person event until next year due to ongoing “health and safety uncertainties”.
Organisers of Offshore Europe, Scotland’s largest energy exhibition and conference, are running the rule over whether it should be postponed until next year.
Offshore Europe organisers pushing on with event, say it’s unlikely to be derailed by use of P&J Live as vaccination centre
The north-east has been dealt a significant boost after organisers of a huge oil and gas conference confirmed it is still on track to go ahead as planned later this year.
More than half of exhibition space for Offshore Europe, due to return to Aberdeen in 12 months’ time, has been sold, despite Covid-19.
The next phase has been announced of a world-first project to see autonomous robots working on offshore oil and gas installations.
The head of Bilfinger has said an industry labour shortage, which could materialise in “two or three years”, is among his main concerns for the oil and gas sector.
The North Sea is producing more commercial innovations than any other part of the world, according to a boss at Baker Hughes GE (BHGE).
More than 38,000 people visited Offshore Europe last week, an increase of 3,000 on the 2017 event.
The world’s most profitable company told Offshore Europe delegates last week that “everybody” will eventually be hit by a cyberattack.
School pupils raced salt-water-fuelled cars, operated drilling simulators, calculated their carbon footprints and donned “smart goggles” at Offshore Europe in Aberdeen today.
A fighter jet engineer told the offshore industry yesterday of the need to standardise its processes to improve costs and safety.
M&A activity in the North Sea has picked up again after a slow down in the wake of the oil price crash. Private equity has penetrated the market and provided the catalyst for multiple deals to be done.
Cities will be the key drivers of change in the transition to a low-carbon economy, Aberdeen’s Lord Provost said yesterday.