A North Sea oil company has rustled up its very own cookbook, with proceeds going to an Aberdeen foodbank charity.
UK oil and gas firm Serica Energy has managed to extend a US sanctions waiver for its Rhum gas field in the northern North Sea.
More oil and gas firms are “pivoting” their business models towards shareholder returns and away from high risk and reward exploration, an analyst has said.
Growth capital investor BGF has completed a multimillion-pound investment in engineering information management software company Datum360.
The coronavirus crisis had a devastating effect on oil-company revenues, but it’s posed a tough human-resources problem too: how to keep workers safe on cramped rigs at sea where social-distancing is impossible.
Serica Energy has started work to boost production at its Rhum field, while the 13million barrel Columbus project has been delayed to the second half of 2021.
Serica Energy chief executive Mitch Flegg has said the North Sea oil and gas firm is on the hunt for acquisitions as majors look to “rationalise” their portfolios.
Serica Energy’s boss said today that maintaining an “extremely low cost base” was a key factor in the company’s delivery of profits in the first half of 2020.
North-east entrepreneur Jeanette Forbes was recognised for her significant contribution to the UK offshore energy sector in a “virtual” awards ceremony tonight.
Serica Energy has released a video showing life on board its Bruce platform amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Serica Energy has announced its maiden dividend to “reward shareholders” despite the challenges of Covid-19.
Serica Energy's boss has said his firm will "weather the downturn" as it executed a deal to bring in an Awilco rig to drill a North Sea field.
RockRose Energy has slashed spending for 2020 by more than £80m in response to the Covid-19 outbreak and cut the number of UK wells it will participate in.
Negative oil prices, ships dawdling at sea with unwanted cargoes, and traders getting creative about where to stash oil. The next chapter in the oil crisis is now inevitable: great swathes of the petroleum industry are about to start shutting down.
Cutting costs has added years to the life of Serica Energy’s Bruce platform, but other operators may need to "hasten" the end of some North Sea assets according to CEO Mitch Flegg.
Serica Energy has hailed “exceptional” results after nearly tripling its pre-tax profits in its first full year of operatorship for its Bruce, Keith and Rhum (BKR) assets in the North Sea.
Oil majors BP and Shell were among the fallers as the FTSE 100 Index slid by 171.80 points, or nearly 3%, to 5,641.03 yesterday.
Serica Energy has restarted its Bruce platform after a five-week shutdown following the discovery that an underwater structure had become “deteriorated”.
Hill of Rubislaw in Aberdeen reflects the changing face of the North Sea oil and gas industry, two of the north-east’s leading commercial property experts said yesterday.
Serica Energy’s boss has said the firm is “well equipped” to withstand the two-month shutdown of its main producing assets in the UK North Sea.
Serica Energy will shut down three North Sea fields for two months after discovering an underwater structure at its Bruce platform had become “deteriorated”.
London-listed oil firm Serica Energy expects to announce its maiden dividend in April following a year of “strong performance”.
North Sea exploration and production companies Serica Energy and Independent Oil and Gas had contrasting fortunes on the London Stock Exchange yesterday after providing market updates.
Exploration and production firm Serica Energy has announced an "out of round" North Sea licence award.