It was great to have Offshore Europe return to Aberdeen for the first time in four years at the start of September.
Aberdeen cross-industry gender equality group AXIS Network has published a scathing assessment of the lack of diversity shown at Offshore Europe, held in Aberdeen this month.
For the first time since before the Covid pandemic, Offshore Europe returned to Aberdeen this week to mark its 50th anniversary with delegates and exhibitors singing the praises of the industry event.
A “colossal” £200bn could be spent in the UK North Sea by 2030, but about half of that is in investment doldrums over political uncertainty.
This year has seen the UK’s political parties go toe to toe in the debate surrounding energy transition, however, OEUK’s Jenny Stanning asks are party views “really that different?”.
EnQuest (LON: ENQ) CEO Amjad Bseisu has warned that the UK is “completely uncompetitive” for upstream oil and gas investment.
A mammoth North Sea electrification scheme – targeted for start-up in 2028 - is proving a tough nut to crack.
Columnist Dick Winchester questions what is in store for SPE Offshore Europe following its 50th anniversary.
Offshore Europe has made its much-anticipated return to the Granite City with exhibitors bringing their A-game to attract attention.
‘And John Lewis will come back into town…’: Ithaca boss talks up high street boost of Cambo and Rosebank
The chair of Ithaca Energy has talked up the economic benefits of backing the Cambo and Rosebank projects for local economies, including a potential high street resurgence.
But he wouldn’t comment on Equinor’s Rosebank oilfield, which is still awaiting government approval.
Aberdeen business and political leaders underlined their support for the city’s oil and gas industry as the Offshore Europe conference officially kicked off.
The Scottish Labour leader is facing calls to attend the major industry event following concerns over Labour's plan to end North Sea exploration.
It’s hard to believe it’s been four years since Aberdeen last hosted Offshore Europe. Since 2019, we’ve weathered a global pandemic, witnessed the impact of Putin’s invasion of Ukraine and seen energy become a hot topic in political and public debate.
It’s almost upon us! No, not Xmas - Offshore Europe is arriving in Aberdeen. The team talk projections of £50m economic value for the city and give their tourism tips for the north-east.
UK managing director Nicolas Payer on TotalEnergies' multi-energy plan for the region, and having 'no regrets' on sharing footage of the Storm Otto safety incident on Elgin-Franklin.
For the last fifty years, the North Sea energy industry has been synonymous with endeavour, innovation, and achievement.
Those attending the landmark Offshore Europe conference in Aberdeen this week are being urged to keep the mental health of workers at the forefront of their minds.
Fifty years ago, Offshore Europe first came to Aberdeen, and this month, the world renowned exhibition and conference marks its special 50th birthday.
“The debate shouldn’t be oil and gas versus renewables. It should be oil and gas plus renewables."
A renowned business event that celebrates links between the North East of Scotland and Norway will mark its tenth anniversary on the eve of the forthcoming 50th Offshore Europe.
The long-awaited return of Offshore Europe is not just impacting energy firms, local business experts say the event will bring "more than £50 million" to the Granite City.
The firm's energy industry experts, led by Bob Ruddiman, are 'match-fit and turbo-charged'.
Meanwhile, north-east transport body Nestrans encourages 'sustainable travel options' for the showcase.
With just days to go until the 50th anniversary edition of SPE Offshore Europe 2023 launches, excitement is building for the milestone event.