Decommissioning the North Sea could cost an estimated £59.7bn but the UK Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has set the goal of completing the work for less than £39bn.
An oil services firm has made a “positive start to the year” despite seeing its backlog of work slip and remaining under investigation by Britain’s fraud squad.
Two East Anglian companies, which together operate more than 30 Burger King outlets across the UK, are likely to have left unsecured creditors short by almost £20m, documents have revealed.
A new strategy has been revealed to better exploit gas fields in the Southern North Sea (SNS) – with the hope it could provide a boost to the industry on the East Anglian coast.
The five Norfolk and Suffolk branches of Swinton Insurance have been spared from closure, following a company review.
A Great Yarmouth engineering company has been awarded a contract to decommission seven wells in the North Sea.
A charity-run skills and activities centre in Great Yarmouth has teamed up with a local technology firm.
Energy leaders hailed the prospect of jobs for generations to come as the turf was cut for an £11.4m energy skills centre.
Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft firms were among the exhibitors at Europe’s largest offshore wind energy conference.
Young people from across the region will be able to learn skills putting them at the “cutting edge” of the energy industry after a multi-million pound centre was given the green light.
A communications and telecoms group has snapped up a Norfolk rival as it targets continued growth.
Renewed efforts to upgrade Norfolk and Suffolk’s neglected infrastructure were demanded as businesses gathered to discuss the region’s economic future.
East Anglia’s growing importance to the offshore energy industry has been boosted after a global marine specialist announced plans to set up in Great Yarmouth.
Innovators in offshore wind energy must continue work to drive down costs as the sector asserts increasing dominance over the East of England coast.
Two Great Yarmouth technology firms are joining forcers to create one of the region’s largest IT support companies.
A major energy sector employer is set to expand further within the Great Yarmouth area with the construction of one of the largest buildings of it kind for the borough.
A team which promotes innovation in renewable energy will be showcasing what it does in the region at a London show.
The “special relationship” between the US and the UK could extend to East Anglia’s offshore wind industry, through a partnership struck by the East of England Energy Group.
A row has broken out between Gorleston’s most famous hotel and the council after the firm behind the hotel went into liquidation.
Scores of Norfolk businesses are owed tens of thousands of pounds after the company behind one of Norfolk’s most iconic hotels brought in liquidators.
The closure dates for the East Anglian branches of Norwich and Peterborough Building Society have been confirmed.
A business centre which has helped 230 firms to find their feet has marked 15 years supporting the energy sector on the Norfolk coast.
Protective technology designed by a Great Yarmouth company is being put through its paces by the energy giant behind the East Anglia ONE offshore wind farm project.
Nearly 1,000 children have been inspired by the wonder of wind power in a series of hands-on science workshops.
A Norfolk food producer is pushing forward with an ambitious investment plan after bringing its balance back into the black.
Thirty jobs have been saved after a caravan park group, which operates sites in Norfolk and Suffolk, was bought out of administration.
A boat building company has celebrated the launch of the first of three pilot vessels it has been contracted to construct.
A construction firm which works with blue chip housebuilders has invested £1m to relocate closer to Norwich as it aims to grow.
A theme park has had a roller-coaster ride after posting losses despite a growth in turnover, as the business aims to reduce its costs.
A 28-year-old man who fell from the back of a pick-up truck in Bradwell last week has died in hospital.
A 28-year-old man who died after falling from a pick-up truck in Bradwell has been named locally as Scott Baisley.
It is a postcode district which is home to some of the most sought-after addresses in the capital.
A woman has been jailed for 14 weeks for a string of crimes.
A man suffered minor head injuries after being attacked in a Great Yarmouth robbery, which saw his mobile phone and cards stolen.
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