Italian engineering firm Rosetti Marino said today that its selection by Shell for an early phase design contest showed the firm was “competitive” in the UK.
BP is seeking other buyers for its stake in the Shearwater field after talks with Shell fell through, according to a news report.
Shell's boss said yesterday that the energy major will invest "billions of dollars" in the UK North Sea in the coming years.
Shell is in talks to acquire BP’s stake in the Shearwater gas hub in the North Sea, according to a news report.
Shell said it “has its eye” on more tie-back opportunities for its central North Sea gas hub.
BP is considering selling its stake in the Shearwater assets in the North Sea as it focuses on new projects in the area and expands in U.S. shale, according to people familiar with the matter.
Energy service giant Subsea 7 has won the contract for a major North Sea infrastructure project with Shell.
Energy giant Shell has green lit a scheme to reroute gas from its Shearwater hub to St Fergus in Aberdeenshire.
Shearwater GeoServices has agreed to buy the marine seismic acquisition assets of Schlumberger's geophysical services subsidiary WesternGeco.
Shell has confirmed that it is mulling whether to send gas from the Shearwater platform via the Segal pipeline system.
Shell has said it could still be operating in the North Sea for another 50 years, as some other majors eye an exit.
Shell will make a decision by the end of the year on whether to change its offshore rotas, amid questions around its effects on mental health.
Serica Energy’s boss said yesterday that the oil firm is “recruiting like mad” as it prepares to open new operational headquarters in Aberdeen.
Oil giant Shell said today that it will invest in the Fram gas and condensate field in the UK North Sea.
Serica Energy has decided to connect its North Sea Columbus field to Shell’s Shearwater platform.
Exclusive: Rota changes taking toll on mental health of North Sea workers and families, leaked report says
Offshore rota changes are taking their toll on the mental health of North Sea workers and their families, a leaked report suggests.
Shell today confirmed that it will apply to increase production from the North Sea Shearwater field.
Shell's Shearwater platform is expected to resume production after being shutdown for nearly three weeks.
A Shell spokesman confirmed its Shearwater platform could be shut-in for weeks as it tries to resolve an issue with the HPHT well.
Production has resumed on two of Shell's seven assets which had been affected by North Sea strike action.
Semi-submersible provider Prosafe has signed a $24million contract with Shell for its Regalia accommodation vessel at the Brent C platform in the UK sector of the North Sea.