The coronavirus pandemic has triggered the “largest drop in global energy investment in history”, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has said, launching its World Energy Investment 2020 report.
Pemex, the Mexican state oil company, has recently called for bids for those interested in exploiting the oil and gas resources of the Chicontepec region of Mexico.
Organisations across the north are among the finalists at awards celebrating Scotland's renewables industry.
Aberdeen-based Mintra Training Portal said yesterday it had signed a string of contracts worth £8million in recent weeks.
The trade body which represents energy companies in the Highlands and islands will meet operators and service companies in the north-east next week.
Dozens of jobs will be created in the north and north-east after three energy operators give final approval to a £1.4billion North Sea development today.
About 1,000 energy leaders from across the world will meet in Aberdeen next month to discuss the growing heavy-oil industry.
Intertek said yesterday it had won more than £5million of contracts at home and abroad for oil and gas technical inspection, training and staffing through its Moody operation based in Aberdeen.
New entrants to the energy industry will debate how the challenges and expectations of the oil and gas and renewable energy industries are being met as part of an introductory course to the energy industry.
The 15th Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce Oil and Gas Survey, sponsored by law firm McGrigors, has been launched.
Despite all the economic doom and gloom of 12 months ago, and ongoing turmoil in much of Europe, investors may be surprised to find that they have made money in 2010.
His has not been a smooth road, but is anyone's?
COLIN Welsh, CEO of energy investment bank Simmons & Company International, is optimistic about the oil-price environment and that this will help the North Sea.
WEATHERFORD International and Baker Hughes both revealed fourth-quarter and annual results yesterday.
SWORD'S view is that a robust supply chain is fundamental to a healthy North Sea - and fundamental to Aberdeen long-term. But he is worried that the birth rate is now too low to enable the next generation of SME babies to come through and survive.
YEAR one at Caledyne was described as "OK", with a "slight loss" recorded.
The appetite for mergers and acquisitions in the global oil & gas industry remained robust in 2007, despite the credit crunch sparked by the US sub-prime mortgage lending debacle.