Norway's safety watchdog the PSA has carried out an investigation after five people were exposed to potentially deadly hydrogen sulphide (H2S) gas.
ConocoPhillips said it was in the process of selling its Kenai liquefied natural gas export terminal in Alaska.
A 17-year-old boy was reportedly among those injured after being exposed to gas at a terminal in Norway.
Saudi Aramco said eight of its workers have been injured after a fire broke out at one of its oil terminals.
Iran has said it expects to complete a pipeline and a terminal to export a new grade of crude by the end of the year.
Production has been suspended at an eastern Libyan oil terminal amid a protest over wages at the site.
The Norwegian state's direct financial interest (SDFi) in oil and gas licences on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS) has decreased by more than a third in the past two years as low oil prices have taken a toll.
Oil major BP has put plans to build a £500million gas processing plant at Sullom Voe on hold.
Husky Energy said it has commenced steam operations at the Edam East heavy oil terminal in Saskatchewan.
A key agreement for Petronas’ planned liquefied natural gas receiving and regasification terminal at Lahad Datu in Sabah has been terminated.
ISIS (Islamic State) has attacked installations close to Libya’s Ras Lanuf terminal as it threatened of more attacks in coming days. According to reports from the region, at least two storage tanks from the Harogue Oil Operations company were set on fire near to the country's leading oil terminal.
Trading house Gunvor has struck a deal to sell its last asset in Russia, according to reports. The company plans to get rid of a 50% stake in the Novorossiisk fuel oil terminal to a subsidiary of Kremlin-controlled Transneft.
Talks are being held with Wood Group and Bilfinger Industrial Services staff working at the Sullom Voe Terminal in Shetland over the future of up to more than 200 positions. Wood Group is in discussions regarding around 90 positions at the BP-operated terminal following a review of its personnel requirements brought on by changes being made to work on the site. Meanwhile Bilfinger Industrial Services said it had also initiated consultation due to changes in seasonal workloads and winter working conditions.
Technip has won a €100million contract to build an onshore terminal in India as part of the intergrated development of the Vashishta and S1 fields. The award, from the ONGC (Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited), is one of the critical componenets in the development of the fields. The contract will include basic design, detailed engineering, procurement and fabrication of the new onshore terminal facilities which will be integrated into the existing terminal.