Unite and RMT union members employed by the Wood Group are to take strike action on July 26, the first in a generation on the North Sea.
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The LNG Canada Joint Venture (JV) announced today it has decided to delay the final investment decision (FID) on the Canada LNG project.
As the Nigerian oil and gas sector believed it was entering a thirty-day truce with the terrorist group Niger Delta Avengers (NDA), attacks have resumed.
Shell and Equatorial Guinea have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to reinforce cooperation in future oil and gas projects in the West African country
Shell has reportedly decided to delay the decommissioning of its Brent Delta platform by one year, and planning to leave the platform’s base in situ
PACC Offshore Services Holdings Ltd has been awarded a contract to support Shell’s Prelude floating liquefied natural gas facility FLNG, the world’s largest
Shell is to restart offshore drilling operations in Canadian waters, with the Stena IceMAX drillship, after authorities gave the green light following a recent incident.
BP and Shell have announced two separate projects in Russia this week, after having signed agreements to cooperate with two Russian major oil and gas companies.
Repsol has handed over the last of its 93 leases in the Chukchi Sea, offshore Alaska, leaving Shell as the only leaseholder in the area.
InterMoor announced it has successfully completed the final tensioning and chain cutting operations on the Shell Turritella FPSO.
Oil supermajor Shell launches its updated strategy with a focus on stable businesses, growth, shales, new energies and capital investment of US$30-US$40bn.
Shell has awarded HNZ Group Inc. with two separate contracts, worth $60 million, to provide offshore oil and gas helicopter support.
Royal Dutch Shell is to cut at least 2,200 additional jobs following its takeover of the BG Group and the continued downfall in crude oil prices.
Two investor advisory firms have recommended Royal Dutch Shell shareholders oppose the CEO’s, Ben van Beurden, 2015 remuneration.
A fleet of vessels has been deployed in the Gulf of Mexico and repairs are underway in response to Shell’s spill of 2,100 barrels of oil.