First oil produced from North Sea development

The Garten field is producing more than 16,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day

Scotland awards £2.5m for oil and gas decommissioning

The decommissioning market is forecast to be worth up to £17bn by 2025

Picture of oil and gas platforms in the UK North Sea.
First oil flows from BP’s giant North Sea development

It is seen as a significant moment for the oil and gas sector in the UK

BP granted approval for new North Sea oil field

The Alligin development is targeting 20 million barrels of oil equivalent

Giant Norwegian oil field to keep emissions down with power from shore

The new solution is expected to make Johan Sverdrup one of the world’s most carbon efficient oil fields

Oil & Gas UK sets up decommissioning team

The North Sea market is forecast to be worth £1.8bn a year on average over the next decade

Total makes major gas discovery offshore UK

Recoverable resources at the field are estimated at around one trillion cubic feet

Norway’s ‘largest and longest’ oil pipeline in place

It is 283 kilometres long and extends from the Mongstad oil terminal to the giant Johan Sverdup field in the North Sea

Could floating wind turbines power Equinor’s oil fields?

It is exploring the possibilities of directly connecting a wind farm to the Gullfaks and Snorre platforms

Neptune Energy to buy stakes in two UK North Sea fields

First production in the Seagull development is expected before the first quarter of 2022