BP has been granted approval to develop the Alligin field in the North Sea, targeting 20 million barrels of oil equivalent.
A global consulting firm has created a “roadmap” for North Sea decommissioning, as operators become “seriously concerned” over its costs.
An oil and gas services company has said up to 30 jobs could go in the north-east.
Offshore contractors for a major energy company have expressed their anger at severe pay cuts proposed amid plans to change rotas.
Offshore contractors working for Wood on Shell platforms have expressed “disgust” at severe pay cuts proposed amid the operator’s plans to change rotas.
Norwegian energy giant Equinor has agreed to buy into one of the UK North Sea’s largest undeveloped oil fields.
An oil and gas body has appointed a team of decommissioning experts.
Two lifeboats are carrying out a search of the North Sea after a person was reported missing.
A north-east oil and gas careers advice event is to take place next month.
US oil firm Apache Corporation has become the latest company to scrap unpopular, three-week rotas in the UK North Sea.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has given BP its blessing to develop the Vorlich field in the central North Sea.
Speculation about a potential North Sea exit for Chevron mounted yesterday after the US firm said it had received a bid for its stake in the Rosebank field.
BP has been granted approval to develop the Vorlich Field in the North Sea, targeting 30 million barrels of oil equivalent.
Unite workers on three North Sea platforms have accepted a pay deal, bringing an end to a protracted strike dispute.
North Sea workers will vote on strike action after rejecting a revised pay offer earlier this year.
Oil firm Verus Petroleum has agreed to buy stakes in a number of North Sea fields from a Japanese corporation for £300 million.
Oil giant Shell has announced plans to change its “hated” rota system for North Sea offshore workers.
Oil giant Shell said today that it will ditch three week offshore rotas on its central North Sea platforms next year.
Oil giant Total has submitted a “final offer” to disgruntled workers in an attempt to halt further strikes on three of its North Sea rigs.
Further talks will be held today which will determine whether a programme of strike action will go ahead in the North Sea.
Scottish oil and gas sales saw an 18.2% increase to £20 billion in the last financial year.
Unite workers have “emphatically rejected” a pay offer from Total, which were aimed at averting further North Sea strikes.
A “hard Brexit” could lead to the shutdown of North Sea oil and gas platforms, Oil and Gas UK has warned.
The North Sea’s largest producing oil field has been shut down amid planned maintenance, according to a report from Reuters.
BP has released video footage of the process of dismantling its Miller platform in the North Sea.
A man has been taken to hospital by helicopter after a medical issue onboard a Danish fishing vessel.
French oil giant Total has confirmed it hopes to avert further strike action on three North Sea platforms with the offer of an e-ballot to workers.
Talks with mediator service ACAS are due to get underway to end strike action on three North Sea platforms.
An offshore union boss has described a safety breach discovered on the Beryl Bravo platform as “a reflection is what is actually happening offshore”.
Inspectors have condemned a “significant failing” by Apache to meet health and safety standards in the use of trainees offshore.