Reserves from the North Sea are sufficient to help sustain oil and gas production for at least the next 20 years, new figures indicate.
Royal Dutch Shell has cheered one of its “strongest ever quarters” as surging oil prices drove earnings up 37%.
A new report has set out recommendations for the management and development of North Sea oil wells.
US president Donald Trump has said Saudi Arabia’s King Salman “might not be there for two weeks” without US military support.
Royal Dutch Shell is pressing ahead with a major liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in Canada as it looks to take advantage of abundant reserves and a shorter route to Asia.
Dundee’s bid to become a centre for large-scale oil and gas decommissioning projects was rejected because the approach to the port is “too shallow”.
London’s blue-chip index was at its highest for almost a month on Thursday, supported by high oil prices.
A long-running dispute between workers on three North Sea rigs and the energy giant Total has come to an end after protracted negotiations.
The man leading Dundee’s decommissioning jobs drive has accused the Scottish Government of endangering the city’s efforts by “throwing taxpayers’ money” at their rivals.
Environmental campaigners backed by Bianca Jagger have been banned from carrying out certain protest activities at two oil and gas drilling sites.
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A Dundee-based developer has released a new game based on the classic Battleships and influenced by Oscar-winning movie There Will Be Blood.
A North Sea oil platform has been shut down following a gas leak.
Dundee hopes to secure thousands of new jobs by “revolutionising” the oil and gas decommissioning sector.
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.
Employers in Scotland expect to increase their staff numbers in 2017, according to a study.
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.