An innovative North Sea equipment sharing scheme devised to save companies time and money on ordering new gear could be revived next year.
The Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard said, “Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.”
The UK North Sea has the tools to be a front-runner in the energy transition, a new report said.
Energy Voice and Granite PR have held their first co-branded Gateway event in Abu Dhabi, with a pre-conference breakfast involving ADNOC, where the importance of innovation and co-operation was high on the menu.
Craig Shanaghey, President, Operations Services, Europe & Africa at Wood, has been announced as the chair of a new task group set up to champion diversity and inclusion in the oil and gas industry.
The Oil & Gas Technology Centre is planning to set up a Net Zero Solution Centre with a view to making the UK Continental Shelf the first net zero oil & gas basin globally.
OGUK’s Economic Report 2019, which launches this week at Offshore Europe, will reinforce the importance of the UK’s oil and gas industry, a sector that is critical in meeting today’s energy needs and one that will be a key contributor to tomorrow’s energy mix.
North Sea oil and gas industry veteran Paul de Leeuw will take part in a panel debate on the sector’s biggest challenge to date — the energy transition.
UK oil and gas industry workforce numbers have stabilised as confidence gradually returns to the basin, according to a new report.
Shock findings have revealed that men still dominate the boardrooms of almost all of the leading businesses based in the north and north-east.
Offshore helicopter safety will be under the spotlight at an event in Aberdeen next week.
Oil and gas chiefs are today to hold crisis talks in an effort to bring to an end a “dangerous” stand-off between climate activists and oil giant BP.
A key industry report detailing the cost of decommissioning on the UK Continental Shelf and the progress being made by industry, government and regulators to reduce costs by more than 30 per cent will be unveiled at OGUK’s upcoming business breakfast in London.
Governments ministers and a climate change expert will take the stage at a major oil and gas industry conference in Aberdeen this week.
With a theme of ‘An Industry in Transition’, next week’s OGUK Industry Conference will consider the industry’s active involvement in enabling the transition towards a lower carbon energy mix.
The southern North Sea (SNS) is well placed to support the transition to a low carbon future while meeting higher energy demand, an industry chief will say at a conference in Norwich today.
Efficiencies gained in the North Sea during the oil and gas downturn are “unsustainable” in the long-term, industry leaders from around the world heard yesterday.
Leading figures from the North Sea’s oil and gas industry will take centre stage at the launch of a key industry report next month to discuss how changing skills requirements will impact on the industry over the next six years.
A “significant” percentage of women are opting out of the offshore energy sector in Aberdeen, despite an industry push to boost numbers.
A new report shedding light on the skills the UK oil and gas sector requires over the coming years will be published in Aberdeen next month.
Several high-profile speakers have been announced for the launch of a major industry report next month.
Ineos’ investment in the Forties Pipeline System (FPS) was hailed as a show of faith in the North Sea’s future by industry leaders.
An “ambitious” oil and gas sector deal will be crucial to protect the north-east’s status as a global energy powerhouse, a new report said.
Two years ago, following fantastic collaborative efforts from 70 people in 31 companies, Oil & Gas UK’s Efficiency Task Force (ETF) team published the first Subsea Standardisation guidelines and the signs are they’ve been put to good use.
A leading figure in the battle to reduce hydrocarbon escapes in the oil and gas industry has been announced as a panellist for The Press & Journal’s next Morning Briefing.