A series of oil and gas operators have been lined up for a major southern North Sea (SNS) supply chain event.
UK-based Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) has contracted Subsea 7 and Wood for work on the Thames Pipeline in the Southern North Sea.
Oil services firm Stork has won a three year contract with Shell for assets in the Southern North Sea.
Premier Oil has announced a deal to sell its assets in the Babbage Area in the southern North Sea to Verus Petroleum for up to £62.9million.
Ineos has submitted decommissioning plans for its Windermere platform in the southern North Sea.
Cluff Natural Resources (CLNR) has announced plans to raise £750,000 through share placing ahead of the next North Sea licensing round.
Work is underway to encourage cross-sector collaboration between the UK and the Netherlands on future decommissioning opportunities.
Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) today snapped-up a critical piece in its Southern North Sea puzzle.
Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) has snapped-up a disused pipeline in the Southern North Sea (SNS).