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.
We know the industry must build upon its efforts to recruit and retain a diversity of new talent if it is to realise its overarching ambition for the future – to add another generation of life to the basin through Vision 2035 – and great strides are already being taken with women across the industry making a positive, lasting impact.
Higher oil prices and industry’s “relentless focus” on efficiency have pushed decommissioning projects further into the future, a flagship report said.
New North Sea projects targeting almost 50 million barrels of oil equivalent (boe) have been approved by the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA).
A report on workforce for the oil and gas sector underlines the need for a new strategy to deal with the required skills needed for the sector.
The industry must “beef-up” guidelines to protect North Sea workers from blacklisting, according to a union official.
Oil & Gas UK’s Share Fair is a major business development event that highlights supply chain opportunities in the UK Continental Shelf.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has been told the industry is taking “perilous” oil and gas releases “seriously” after a warning was issued by the regulator.
The Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) will give evidence to an inquiry into the future of the sector in Aberdeen next week.
Customs charges for the offshore industry worth up to £145million which were set for to start in July have been pushed back by nearly a year.
Oil and Gas UK has appointed three new members to its board to make further progress “on the industry’s road to recovery”.
Oil and Gas UK has issued a call for the men, women and companies going above and beyond to promote safety in the North Sea.
The North Sea supply chain is “still struggling”, though more than half of oil firms expect to take on more new recruits this year.
North Sea industry is in a better place after three tough years, but fresh thinking and new ways of working will be needed to help plot a course to a sustainable future, the head of Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has said.
Have you heard the one where the oil company recovered 4,000 lost working days a year by improving its offshore and site recruitment processes? Or what about the one where an app provides real-time information on vessel sharing?
2018 will be a "critical" year for ensuring progress made in making the North Sea more efficient is not lost, according to Oil and Gas UK (OGUK).