The run of positive well results may are de-risking and value-adding, but, there are signs that Horse Hill’s partner politics could be heading for a ‘coalition of chaos’.
Hurricane announced what appears to be the largest undeveloped oil discovery on the UK continental shelf, just days before Theresa May triggered Brexit.
Green light or fracking ban: Falcon has had great success but the future is binary (and politically charged).
Britain currently depends on foreign energy supplies, as the Brexit approaches the country will need to make he most of its domestic resources like shale gas.
Premier Oil and Cairn are developing the Catcher field and Ithaca’s Stella field is forecast to start producing later this year.
Sound Energy Plc's latest deal in its evolution, as it continues to focus on assets that can be quickly developed to gas production.
If you don’t yet have a horse in the race, here are the runners and riders.
Imminent new offshore licence awards may see sceptics revisit old assumptions about Ireland's oil industry.
The property market was a lazy analogy during the shale boom, but now, amid oil’s collapse, it may never have been more fitting.
The proposition of extracting oil from Britain’s colonial waters in the South Atlantic somehow seems closer than ever.
The fact that escalating problems in the Middle East haven’t lifted prices is the kind of reality check nobody really wanted.
Enthusiasm and investment in electric motoring is at odds with OPEC’s crude outlook, so does Saudi Arabia have its head in the sand?
Westminster has been busy dismantling the barriers and obstacles that it feels have stalled the development of shale.
The OPEC December 4 meeting was a rancorous affair when not only were no production cuts made, but the output ceiling of 30mln barrels a day was officially lifted.
Toyota has advanced hydrogen car technology with the Miral, which in Japanese means “future”.
The climate change conference in Paris started to great fanfare earlier this week - but what does it mean for our oilers and coal consumers? Here Stewart Dalby takes a closer look at the ramifications.