Energy giant BP has seen profits slide in the first quarter after it was hammered by falling oil and gas prices.
Strike action has been averted for dozens of Petrofac staff on BP platforms in the North Sea.
A worker has died following an incident on a BP platform in the North Sea.
The 2009 Super Puma tragedy that left 16 men dead has led to a “renewed vigour” in aviation safety, a health and safety boss claimed today.
Dozens of Petrofac employees on BP platforms in the North Sea have voted to go on strike.
Environmental protesters are planning to target a British Museum exhibition backed by BP over claims of colonialism and “dirty” sponsorship deals.
Offshore union Unite has served notice to Petrofac that it will ballot its contractors stationed on BP platforms in the North Sea for industrial action.
School pupils from across the north-east have put their maths skills to the test.
Pupils from north-east schools have triumphed in this year’s Stem in the Pipeline competition.
Seconday pupils across the north-east will present their solutions to an energy industry challenge next week.
Energy giant BP today delivered a huge boost to North Sea industry after announcing first oil from its Clair Ridge mega-project.
UK energy major BP said its “strong operating performance” had helped it lift pre-tax profits by more than 80% in the third quarter of 2018.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has given BP its blessing to develop the Vorlich field in the central North Sea.
BP has released video footage of the process of dismantling its Miller platform in the North Sea.
BP’s boss has praised the oil major’s “steady progress” as profits soared in the first-half of 2018.
BP has said it is “focussed” on growing its North Sea business as it celebrates 20 years of production from one of its most ambitious projects.
North-east pupils have received first-hand experience in energy industry training.
An Aberdeen MP has written to BP asking for “urgent clarity” on whether North Sea jobs will be lost in its latest round of cuts.
BP has confirmed it plans to cut around 540 jobs from its global upstream business.
An oil firm is set to create around 40 jobs for its new Aberdeen office off the back of a major North Sea deal with BP.
A North Sea union boss lashed out after it emerged BP chief executive Bob Dudley’s pay package for 2017 soared by more than £1 million to £9.5m.
Workers have been removed from a North Sea platform after diesel contaminated its water supply.
BP chairman Carl-Henric Svanberg has announced plans to step down from the oil major. Mr Svanberg, who took up the role in January 2010, will remain until a successor can be found. He will chair the company’s annual general meeting (AGM) in May next year. For more on this story visit EnergyVoice.com
A report into a North Sea oil spill has been sent to prosecutors for consideration.
Bob Dudley signed up to big oil for one “simple” reason. “It’s really simple,” he said. “I just wanted to see the world. I was an engineer and I thought oil and gas was the most global industry I could be in. For more on this story visit EnergyVoice.com
Oil giant BP has ruled out using controversial offshore helicopters in the North Sea until a root cause is discovered for a fatal crash off Norway that killed 13 people.
People attending an open-air opera performance next week are being encouraged to travel to the event on public transport.
More than 70 workers have been transferred off the Bruce platform east of Shetland following a loss of power late last night, the coastguard said.
A bid to increase the size of a planned boutique hotel at a North-east Jack Nicklaus golf complex has been rejected.
Energy giant BP has slashed chief executive Bob Dudley’s annual remuneration by almost $8 million in order to avoid a fresh shareholder rebellion.