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

Scotland provides £5m for oil and gas decommissioning

The Decommissioning Challenge Fund has been re-opened for a third round of funding

BP and ConocoPhillips swap North Sea and Alaska assets

The deal is subject to regulatory approvals and is expected to be completed later this year

New investment from Equinor ‘to double Norwegian field’s remaining reserves’

The £224m is expected to boost resource recovery from the North Sea’s Fram field

UK is ‘leading the way with planned North Sea projects’

It has 10 planned projects, followed by Norway and the Netherlands with five and one respectively

North Sea decommissioning costs ‘to double to £80bn’

New research suggests it is estimated to cost the younger generation around £3,000 each

Oil and gas contracts worth $230m signed for North Sea

A Norwegian oil and gas operator has awarded approximately $230 million (£165m) worth of subsea contracts for the North Sea’s Nova field. Wintershall Norge has awarded two major subsea contracts – the Subsea Production System (SPS) contract has been awarded to Aker Solutions, while the Pipeline and Subsea Construction (PSC) contract has been awarded to […]

BP announces two North Sea discoveries

BP has announced two new oil and gas discoveries in the North Sea, which could lead to a major expansion of its production. They are Capercaillie in the Central North Sea and Achmelvich located in the west of Shetland. The energy giant owns 100% of the former well while the latter well (52.6%) is in […]