The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) will make a new batch of data available to help revitalise exploration in the UK Continental Shelf.
Making North Sea oil last “an additional generation” is key to meeting the UK’s climate change targets, a new report says.
Energy giant BP has used technology designed to maximise oil production offshore for the first time, as it began pumping oil from a new development west of Shetland.
The volunteer crew at RNLI Arbroath Lifeboat Station felt a chill run down their spines when they received a call to aid a ‘ghost ship’ seen bobbing around off the coast on Halloween.
A new report has set out recommendations for the management and development of North Sea oil wells.
Up to £330 billion could be spent on oil and gas extraction in the UK Continental Shelf over the next 32 years, according to a new study.
BP has been granted approval to develop the Alligin field in the North Sea, targeting 20 million barrels of oil equivalent.
BP has been granted approval to develop the Vorlich Field in the North Sea, targeting 30 million barrels of oil equivalent.
Offshore workers are to be balloted on industrial action in a dispute over pay.
Oil giant Shell has announced plans to change its “hated” rota system for North Sea offshore workers.
A floating wind turbine is being reconstructed at Dundee Port prior to being relocated to the North Sea.
RAF fighter jets were travelling towards Dundee this morning to intercept Russian plans off the Scottish coast.
New understanding of the “dangerous phenomenon” of unusually large ocean waves could help inform the design of oil platforms and other offshore structures, researchers have said.
A North Sea oil platform has been shut down following a gas leak.
The crew of a Scottish cargo ship are reportedly being paid £2.56 an hour.
Haddock from the North Sea and West of Scotland have been taken off a list of “fish to eat” in the face of new scientific advice, the Marine Conservation Society said.
Council chiefs have vowed to make Dundee the “capital” of decommissioning work in Scotland as part of their vision for the city over the next two decades.
Dundee is ready to take on North Sea oil field decommissioning work, according to the leader of the city council.
A Dundee oil worker who survived a North Sea helicopter disaster has won about £300,000 as part of a £3 million compensation payout to those involved in the tragedy.