Energy giant Taqa said yesterday an oil leak at its Cormorant Alpha platform in the North Sea had contributed to a 70% slump in profits.
Oil and gas company Chevron said yesterday its pre-tax profits fell 15% year-on-year to £6.6billion for the first quarter of 2013.
Wood Group announced yesterday that it had secured 11 new contracts in Africa worth around £158million.
The UK well-intervention arm of oilfield service business Aker Solutions has reported a drop in profits, despite rising demand at home and abroad.
Renewed fears of a triple-dip recession failed to hold back progress on the London market today as the FTSE 100 Index edged further above the 6,500 barrier.
Scottish engineering firm Weir Group reported a jump in turnover and profits yesterday, thanks to demand for its pumps from mining companies.
London's blue chip share index made further gains today as it continued its return to form after Monday's 100-point slump.
North Sea helicopter operator CHC Scotia said yesterday that rising oil and gas activity had helped it to record an 11% increase in turnover and return to the black.
Aberdeen-based Hydrasun saw a jump in turnover to £84.24million during the year to March 31, 2012 - up from £64.65million in 2010-11.
The FTSE 100 Index closed at its highest level since March today as traders bet on more stimulus measures to help the US economy.
Uncertainty over progress between Democrats and Republicans in finding a solution to the pending US fiscal cliff hit London's leading shares index today.
An Aberdeen subsea business said yesterday it had more than doubled turnover and was targeting further growth.
Oilfield technology firm Plexus Holdings says it expects to benefit from the energy industry's move into "ever-more-complex environments".
Oil service firm Hunting said yesterday it expected growing momentum in North Sea activity to contribute to another strong year for the company.
The FTSE 100 Index continued its poor performance today and closed down 24.1 points at 5,719.5 as hopes the US Federal Reserve would signal more stimulus measures tomorrow continued to fade.
Awilco Drilling made pre-tax profits of £3.64million during the three months to June 30, the Aberdeenshire-based rig operator's latest accounts show, against losses of £12.36million a year earlier.
Aberdeen-based Dana Petroleum had pre-tax profits of £467million in 2011 -- the first full year in which it was owned by Korean national oil firm KNOC.
Increased speculation that Spain will be forced to take an EU bailout and fresh worries over China's growth saw the London market close deep in the red today.
Premier Oil and SIG yesterday joined the growing list of companies suffering unrest at their annual meetings.
The national oil company of Kuwait has walked away from takeover talks with North Sea-focused oil and gas explorer Ithaca Energy, a report in the Middle East has said.
US oil firm Apache today announced a jump in its North Sea production.
Banks led a rally on London's leading shares index today after Lloyds Banking Group's first quarter trading update cheered investors.
Faroe Petroleum chief executive Graham Stewart earned pay, bonus and other benefits worth £628,000 in 2011, up from £571,000 the year before, the Aberdeen oil company's latest annual report shows.
Helius Energy said its Rothes biomass processing plant was still on track and revealed yesterday it had moved into the black. The renewable-energy firm is developing the Moray project as part of a joint venture with the Combination of Rothes Distillers (CoRDe) group and said it was on schedule to start operations in the second half of this year.
Hope that more stimulus measures would be ordered to boost the world's biggest economy helped lift London's leading shares index through the 5,900 mark today.