BP has offered its services to help Aberdeen, the oil and gas capital of Europe, go net zero.
Hurricane Energy has announced its highly anticipated Warwick Deep well has not encountered commercial rates of oil and gas.
Investment in Opportunity North East (One) is to be doubled to £62million over the next 10 years in an attempt to pull the region’s economy away from a “cliff edge”.
Ineos has said that the small crack which shut down the Forties crude pipeline has stopped widening.
Low-cost carrier Flybe has said that it will pull the plug on its flights to and from Sumburgh in Shetland from next month.
Premier Oil and Subsea 7 indulged two young boys by getting their Lego divers to the bottom of the North Sea.
The struggling North Sea has been given a long awaited “signal of confidence” needed to bring back investment following the oil and gas downturn.
An offshore worker has been airlifted to hospital with suspected cardiac issues. The man was taken from a North Sea installation by helicopter this morning. The medevac aircraft landed at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary just before noon. For more on this story visit EnergyVoice.com
Aberdeen has dropped 61 places to 146th on a list of the world’s most expensive cities for expatriate employees, according to a global index.
Energy and services firm Centrica today revealed that it had returned to profit in 2016.
Petrofac’s chief executive today said the service firm now has the “right-sized” business to remain competitive.
A new animation has been released illustrating a proposed £415 million harbour expansion.