Mega-projects in the North Sea are pushing the UK higher up Equinor’s list of priorities, according to bosses at the Norwegian energy giant.
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The general secretary of OPEC, Mohammed Barkindo, will give the keynote speech at this year’s Dundee Energy Forum next week.
Choosing to open a consultancy office in Aberdeen in the midst of a downturn in the oil and gas sector may have seemed like a bold move, but it is one that has proven to be a sound investment for the integrity heavyweight Rosen Group as they continue to grow and expand the pool of technical knowledge and expertise available to clients based here in the Granite City.
Employees are a company’s most valuable asset so it makes sense to look after them.
The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) has launched its new three-year strategy, which aims to steer companies through the growing challenges that lie ahead from now to 2022, and beyond.
Over the next 10 years Aramco plans to invest US$500bn in the global energy market, presenting an unparalleled opportunity for the UK supply chain to win significant work on worldwide projects with one of the largest operators in the world.
First production from one of the UK’s largest gas fields is due in “a few days’ time”, according to the North Sea boss of Total.
Energy giant BP has agreed to sell off its mature assets in Egypt’s Gulf of Suez for an undisclosed fee.
Investing in technology and boasting a wealth of highly competent inspectors and technicians, Bilfinger Salamis UK’s inspection department delivers quality services to clients across north-west Europe.
Verus Petroleum has toasted a “transformational year” as it saw profits increase six-fold in 2018.
International growth and a boost from the oil and gas market helped profits jump more than 20% in 2018 for an Aberdeenshire gas turbine company.
A group of MSPs have called on the Scottish Parliament to end its investment in fossil fuels.
Texo Group, which formed in August 2018, has announced it is on target to exceed all of its budgeted expectations for its first year.
The US Department of Energy has appeared to rebrand the country's natural gas as "molecules of freedom".
A recruiter, who was made redundant five times in the last downturn, has set up an event to help address the “PR” problems being faced by the oil and gas industry.
Production has been restored at three North Sea platforms which were shut down due to pipeline repairs.
Aberdeen Harbour has welcomed the longest ever vessel to visit the port in its near 900-year history.
The head of Whalsay Energy has said the North Sea oil industry needs to address high spending on “pseudo-dead” facilities after they stop producing.
A top lawyer has urged the oil industry to be mindful of the fallout from Shell’s Brent Spar project when considering decommissioning.
An American football team has lost a legal fight against BP for damages following the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Total has paid £750,000 to Jersey Oil and Gas over a North Sea licence it dropped in 2015.
Aberdeen-headquartered oilfield services firm Coretrax has announced a merger with a company in the US.
With just under one month to go until the Energy Exports Conference in Aberdeen on 18-19 June, International Trade Secretary Dr Liam Fox MP opened the Hub Energy Exports Tour in Glasgow on 24 May to share exporting opportunities with Scottish energy businesses.
An Aberdeen-headquartered firm and its partners have been awarded £33million following a long-running legal battle over a major North Sea pipeline system.
EnQuest has seen a 25% yearly boost to its oil and gas production thanks to strong performance from its North Sea operations.