A report issued today by Oil & Gas UK calls out for the new of fresh investment in the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) to maintain its competitive environment.
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Oil & Gas UK, the organisation representing the UK offshore oil and gas industry, has responded to the Scottish government’s statement on oil and gas production in Scotland during the 2015-2016 fiscal year.
British oil and gas trade association, Oil & Gas UK, has released a statement following with vote by the UK to leave the European Union.
By the end of this year, an estimated 120,000 jobs will have been lost in the UK’s offshore oil and gas industry, according to a report by Oil & Gas UK.
The current ban on the type of helicopter involved in last months fatal crash, has been widened by UK and Norwegian authorities to include similar models.
Urgent tax cuts required says Oil & Gas UK, adding that the UK offshore oil and gas industry is now entering a new phase of ‘super maturity’.
The decommissioning of offshore oil and gas assets within UK waters is continuing to grow, with spending set to reach £17 billion (US$26 bn) within the next decade.
Provisional figures released today by the UK’s offshore oil and gas trade association, ‘Oil & Gas UK’, show the UK’s offshore production up.
Safety critical maintenance work to the UK’s offshore oil and gas infrastructure has a ‘growing backlog’ according to the industry body Oil & Gas UK.
Oil and Gas UK, the UK’s industry body has announced a package of measures designed to improve the situation for the UK’s ageing fields.
Industry body Oil & Gas UK has this week published their latest copy of the Business Sentiment Index, showing plummeting optimism in the industry
UK offshore oil & gas safety organisation ‘Step Change In Safety’ has formally split from Oil & Gas UK, due to ‘confusion’ over functions, roles and relationships
Malcolm Webb, CEO of Oil & Gas UK, has been in talks with Chancellor George Osborne and Danny Alexander MP about risks facing the UK North Sea
The latest Oil & Gas UK industry report has found that the UK’s North Sea will require £1 trillion in investment to fully recover remaining resources.