UK inflation slowed last month on the back of falling motor fuel and computer game prices, official statisticians have revealed.
The Scottish Government has rejected that new offshore wind jobs figures published by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) reflect a decline in sector employment.
Energy service giant Wood believes there is a “lot of room for growth” in Norway and could double its headcount in the Scandinavian country in the next five years, a company boss said.
Digitalisation and innovation manager for ASCO Norway, Christopher Hoftun, says the offshore supply chain industry is now ready to be digitally transformed, as industry leaders gather in Norway for the 22nd biennial ONS conference.
Neptune Energy’s boss said talks are under way to solve regulatory issues that are hindering production from the giant Cygnus gas field in the southern North Sea.
Norway is hosting ONS, its oil exhibition, conference and festival, in Stavanger from August 27 to 30. It’s a short trip there from Aberdeen and, with more than 65,000 visitors last time round, one that will be made by many from the oil industry here.
UK North Sea oil field projects commanding capital spending of almost £2 billion have already been sanctioned this year, representing a big increase on 2017 levels, the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has said.
Faroe Petroleum's Edinburgh field could contain upwards of 200 million barrels of oil per day, the firm's boss said yesterday.
An Aberdeen-headquartered oil well integrity firm is re-entering the market in Norway, the country of its origin.
The UK North Sea has enjoyed a “mini-boom” in final investment decisions (FIDs) this year, an analyst has said.
Norway's offshore industry is leading the oil and gas supply chain's "cautious and gradual" recovery, an analyst has said.
The boss at energy service giant TechnipFMC said yesterday that the North Sea is a “tremendous laboratory” for testing new ideas and technology.
Equinor has picked energy service giant Wood for the task of modifying the Mongstad refinery near Bergen.
The Norwegian continental shelf is awash with “optimism” as the biennial ONS rolls into Stavanger.
Swiss technology firm ABB has launched guide for oil and gas operators transitioning to a new energy mix through digitalisation.
Energy service giant Wood has clinched a new four-year contract with Total for the Tyra redevelopment project off Denmark.
With the ONS Innovation Awards 2018 fast approaching, executive director of the International Association of Oil & Gas Producers (IOGP) and panel judge at this year’s event, Gordon Ballard caught up with Energy Voice to discuss what he hopes to see in Stavanger, Norway.
A more “determined” attitude is replacing the mood of cautious optimism in the offshore oil and gas sector, a top Aberdeen lawyer said yesterday.
This year's ONS created a record amount of headlines for Energy Voice. Shell and BP squared-off in renewables, the Norwegian Prime Minister had some stern words for the industry and Statoil achieved a North first, which prompted its CEO to put his hand over his heart and exclaim "My God".
When an individual as astute as Lord Browne of Madingley is prepared to stand up at one of the world’s leading oil & gas conferences and basically tell Big Oil that the time has come to evolve from petroleum to energy by taking on the low carbon challenge, it really is time that Aberdeen woke up.
ONS 2016 has exceeded our expectations. I am very pleased that we managed to gather so many people in Stavanger this year. The high participation demonstrates an optimism in the industry and confirms that ONS is a key meeting place for fostering new business in a time of transition.
Supply companies are being forced to innovate their way around a maintenance pause button.
Oil and gas industry chiefs from the north-east have lauded the Offshore Northern Seas (ONS) conference in Norway as the perfect tonic at a difficult time for the sector.
The head of Norway’s offshore safety watchdog said it was her organisation’s job to fret over the future of the oil industry.
Wintershall’s success with its Maria project proves the company wasn’t crazy to take it on, according to the firm’s executive director of exploration and production in Europe.