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.
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BP has announced it will start drilling in the Loyal Field, West of Shetland, North Sea, with the newly built semi-submersible, Deepsea Aberdeen
Element Materials Technology, has announced an innovative subsea pipeline installation simulation initiative, for Aberdeen, to be called ASPIRE.
Technip, the French based energy industry project manager, has won a brownfield subsea contract for Dana Petroleum’s UK North Sea, Triton FPSO.
Canadian oil and gas company Iona Energy Inc. has stated that its North Sea Huntington Field is ready for full ramp-up once CATS restrictions are lifted.
PricewaterhouseCoopers warns North Sea oil & gas businesses that hasty decision-making in response to lower oil price risks industry’s future
Noreco, the Norwegian Energy Company, has been given approval to raise its production levels at the UKCS Huntington field, to 1,900 barrels
Ramboll has been awarded the contract to design both process and accommodation jackets, for the new Maersk’s new HPHT Culzean Field, UK North Sea.
This week’s UK industry talks in Aberdeen have seen Ed Davey, the UK Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change, meeting with industry leaders
British Prime Minister has pledged support from the government for Britain’s oil and gas industry, saying that he is prepared to do everything he can.
The former energy minister, Charles Hendry, has warned that the UK government is currently relying on sheer luck to ensure the country’s gas supply
BP has begun production from its Kinnoull field, located in the central UK North Sea, developed within the Andrew field rejuvenation programme
RWE, the German energy company, has provided safeguards to reassure the UK government that its planned sale of gas fields to a Russian buyer
PWC’s oil and gas desk claim greater efforts to slash the average cost of oil production to £14 from £17 a barrel to maximise efficiency and safeguard jobs.
CNR International VP, James Edens, has warned the UK’s Chief Secretary to the Treasury, that planned changes to UK tax is not quick enough