Supply chain costs for oil and gas firms in north-east Scotland are expected to drop as a result of the newly-opened Aberdeen bypass, according to transport bosses.
Bosses at a redeveloped Highland port have hailed the “culmination of ten years’ work” as they welcome the arrival of the world’s largest semi-submersible drilling rig.
A North Sea offshore supplier has denied exploiting non-EU workers – despite paying some little more than £3 an hour.
A new research base with the power to transform the UK into a global leader in oilfield demolition opened in a tiny Aberdeenshire village this morning.
The £2.2 billion acquisition of Amec Foster Wheeler at the end of 2017 has opened up a host of new opportunities for owners Wood.
DNO could become a “more dominant player” in the North Sea with its takeover of Faroe Petroleum, according to an analyst.
Faroe Petroleum’s board has conceded defeat in its fight against a takeover bid by Norwegian oil explorer DNO.
The Scottish Government is being pushed for answers on whether it will back a public inquiry into helicopter safety offshore.
Unite union members have voted to accept a pay offer from the OCA, according to a offshore union representative.
Turbine blades at Aberdeen Bay windfarm clocked record speeds during yesterday’s gale force winds, according to the project operator.
A strike ballot on one of the UK’s largest offshore gas projects has been forced to be cancelled.
Offshore support vessel operator Sentinel Marine has announced it will create 80 new jobs with the order of three new ships.
EnQuest has announced plans to review offshore rotas for workers on several of its North Sea assets.
Prosafe has confirmed it is seeking to reduce the number of its offshore staff in a bid to cut costs.
United Arab Emirates-based firm Lamprell has been handed a £160 million fabrication contract for the Moray East Offshore Windfarm.
More than 300 jobs have been saved at an Aberdeen-based energy services firm.
More than 100 workers at a major city firm have been told they are out of a job just days before Christmas after their employer went into administration.
Changes to off-payroll working rules will “acutely impact” the North Sea oil and gas sector, a tax expert has warned.
Speculation arose last night as two oil and gas operators emerged as potential bidders for a package of Chevron’s North Sea assets.
Weak management has been identified as a significant factor for many North Sea leaks, according to a review by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
Petrofac has launched a new facility to take advantage of the “enormous potential” of digital technology to benefit the North Sea and wider oil and gas sector.
Energy giant Shell has green lit a scheme to reroute gas from its Shearwater hub to St Fergus in Aberdeenshire.
Shell UK has said it still has “some way to go” in improving gender balance as it reported an average pay gap of 18.6% for 2018.
Crunch talks between North Sea trade unions and the Offshore Contractors’ Association (OCA) scheduled to take place today have been cancelled.
The oil and gas industry was last night warned it will feel the hit of increased costs in retaining skilled workers as a result of Theresa May’s “unclear” draft Brexit deal.
Private-equity backed Azinor Catalyst said today that it had discovered oil at the Agar-Plantain well in the North Sea.
Keeping old oil and gas platforms in place could be a “triple win” for the North Sea, creating a fresh wave of employment, according to a conservationist group.
Smaller oilfield services firms in Aberdeen could miss out on work in Iran due to newly-imposed US sanctions, an analyst said yesterday.
The UK is now “on the road” with decommissioning, and as such costs are slowly but surely becoming more certain, according to the new chief executive of Decom North Sea.
Scottish Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse avoided a bumpy ride yesterday when he cast off in a new air-cushioned offshore wind vessel.