Westwood Global Energy reports that at the end of April, three exploration wells were active, with two in the West of Shetlands and one in the Central North Sea.
West of Shetland
BP has revealed it paid ConocoPhillips £1.3billion for its stake in the Clair field West of Shetland.
Energy giant BP boosted its pre-tax earnings in the first three months of 2019, which it said showed "resilience" in a "volatile period”.
Exploration and production firm Spirit Energy generated almost £500 million worth of profit in 2018 − its first full year in business.
After weeks of delays, the Transocean Leader rig is now heading to the Greater Warwick Area (GWA) west of Shetland for Spirit Energy.
The water supply on BP’s Clair platform, west of Shetland, has been restored after contamination fears were dismissed.
The idea of returning from maternity leave to a promotion sounds a bit fanciful. But that’s exactly what happened to Carla Riddell, of Spirit Energy.
North Sea industry received a shot in the arm yesterday as oil and gas companies reported progress on major projects.
Bosses at Hurricane Energy said today that they were looking forward to an "exciting" 2019 as the company gears up for first oil from its flagship Lancaster field, west of Shetland.
CNOOC International has contracted Norway’s Island Drilling to drill a well for its Howick prospect west of Shetland.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has warned Teekay following a “major” gas release on the Petrojarl Foinaven FPSO.
After months of setbacks, Hurricane Energy has successfully hooked up its production vessel to its huge Lancaster field west of Shetland.
Plans are in place for a joint licensing round to be launched between the Faroe Islands and the UK North Sea.
Equinor has confirmed it is revising plans to develop one of the largest untapped oil fields in the UK North Sea.
UK oilfield services giant Petrofac has won a £73.5 million deal to provide a range of well services for Siccar Point Energy.
Hurricane Energy has suffered another setback in its efforts to start production from the Lancaster field.
Oil firm Hurricane Energy's efforts to start production from its Lancaster field have suffered a setback.
Norwegian energy giant Equinor said today that it had completed a deal to take control of one of the UK North Sea's largest remaining oilfields.
As we bid farewell to 2018 and look ahead to a new year, we take a look at how West of Shetland’s energy industry has fared and what the outlook for the area is in 2019
The Aoka Mizu vessel was widely expected to have been installed at the Lancaster field by now, with final preparations under way for the long-term oil production trial, beginning in the current quarter.
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.
The production vessel for Hurricane Energy's Lancaster field has left the Port of Rotterdam en route to Scottish waters.
Australian company Spark Exploration could be sitting on oil reserves north of 1 billion barrels in the Rona Ridge area in West of Shetland waters.