Oil and gas firms Neptune Energy and Spirit Energy have patched up their differences over the Pegasus West discovery in the southern North Sea.
Jersey Oil and Gas (JOG) has taken further steps to underline its ESG credentials with a new “carbon policy”.
London-listed Premier Oil’s reverse takeover by Chrysaor is on track to complete on March 31.
Regulators have given oil and gas firm Tailwind Energy the green light to press ahead with its Evelyn project in the UK North Sea.
US oilfield equipment and service firm Weatherford dealt another painful blow to the Aberdeen oil industry yesterday by confirming plans to shut down its manufacturing facilities in the city.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has set an example for industry by cutting its own carbon emissions by 13% - but still clocked up almost 850,000 miles in business travel in 2019-20.
Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) said two discoveries it picked up in the 32nd licensing round show “good synergies” with its core portfolio in the southern North Sea.
Exploration and production firm CNOOC has turned to an online resource managed by the UK oil sector’s regulator for help unlocking a North Sea project which is at risk of being left “stranded”.
An in-depth feasibility study to identify the value of creating an energy hub on the Norfolk coast has been launched.
Adopting a campaign approach to well decommissioning in the UK North Sea is the way forward, according to the sector’s regulator.
Two oil and gas chiefs have been recognised for their contributions to industry in the Queen’s Birthday 2020 Honours List.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has awarded a carbon dioxide appraisal and storage licence to Eni UK.
A proposed new North Sea collective bargaining agreement will level the playing field for service companies and give workers more protection during turbulent times, industry chiefs said.
The UK's energy minister has said the oil and gas industry will “need to change” to help the country meet its net-zero emissions target by 2050.
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Deltic Energy said the company is largely “insulated” from the impact of Covid-19 thanks to the financial benefits of Shell farm-outs last year.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has offered for award 113 licence areas over 259 blocks or part-blocks to 65 companies in the 32nd Offshore Licensing Round.
Dana Petroleum is going back out to its supply chain for help plotting the way ahead for a UK North Sea development project.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has hosted the first in a series of talks on using green power for Central North Sea platforms.
Union Jack Oil has increased its stake in the Biscathorpe onshore prospect after receiving approval from the Oil and gas Authority (OGA).
Scottish energy minster Paul Wheelhouse is set to lead strategic task force meetings on the future of the North Sea workforce during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Offshore platforms in the UK North Sea “face the risk of production shut-ins” due to oil storage constraints, according to leading analysts.
A key climate summit in Glasgow has been postponed until next year due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Climate activist group Greenpeace has been given the legal right to challenge oil giant BP over a North Sea drilling permit on the eve of the firm appointing its new chief executive.
The UK oil and gas industry must not “revert back” to pre-downturn inflation, its regulator warned yesterday after a new report showed costs were on the rise.