There’s never been a more exciting time on the UK Atlantic Frontier.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) is working to solve an “infrastructure puzzle” for what is considered to be the most prospective region of the UK North Sea.
The west of Shetland region may have challenging deep waters, 40m waves and fierce gales but with increasing activity levels and access to infrastructure in place, current and future fields are being brought within easier reach.
In the era of Trump and Brexit it’s a risky business trying to second guess what the future might hold, especially when it comes to the UK ‘s often volatile oil and gas sector. There are, however, some developments we can look back on from the last 12 months in trying to assess what might lie in store over the course of 2019.
A huge refurbished dry dock in the Highlands has landed its first major contract, playing host to the world’s largest semi-submersible offshore drilling rig.
Any buyer of Chevron's North Sea Rosebank stake will "need to have very deep pockets", according to a Wood Mackenzie (Woodmac) research chief.
Siccar Point Energy’s boss said the private-equity backed oil firm plans to be a fixture in the waters around Shetland for the long haul.
Private equity start-ups are causing a stir in the North Sea, a new report said.
The Erland Wild West 3D seismic survey project has started today in the west of Shetland region of the North Sea.
There is "still a lag" between awarding licences and "tangible drilling" in the North Sea, an energy research group warned in a report today.
Aberdeen oil firm Siccar Point Energy today completed the sale of a stake in the Jackdaw discovery in the central North Sea.
Oil firm Siccar Point Energy has applied to the UK Government for permission to drill the Lyon well west of Shetland.
Oil firm Siccar Point Energy said today that it had booked a rig for drilling the Lyon well next year.
US major Chevron is getting ready to launch a fresh tender for a floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel for its giant Rosebank project in the UK North Sea.
Private equity is not a major player in oil and gas yet, but recent entries could signal a shift in the funding of companies and projects, a corporate lawyer has said.
Energy Voice has taken a look through this year's archives to bring you the top stories from 2016.
On November 8, we broke the news that Siccar Point Energy was buying the UK assets of Austrian company OMV.
A North Sea newcomer made its second move into the basin, snapping up the UK division of OMV in a deal worth up to $1billion (£805.5million).
UK oil & gas independent Siccar Point Energy is buying the UK assets of Austrian company OMV for an undisclosed sum, it was today confirmed.
Two investment companies led by Centrica veterans have “expressed an interest” in the North Sea assets Shell has put up for sale, a news report said.
New generation UK independent Siccar Point Energy, a joint venture owned by Blue Water Energy and funds managed by Blackstone Energy Partners, has confirmed its acquisition of an 8.9% interest in the Greater Mariner Area from JX Nippon Exploration and Production (UK).
A new generation UK oil & gas junior is in the final stage of buying its way into the Mariner heavy oil field having agreed to purchase a chunk of JX Nippon Exploration & Production UK’s 28.89% stake.