Tullow chief executive Aidan Heavey said revenue was lower due to the fall in oil prices and asset sales.

Aidan Heavey, the chief executive of Tullow Oil, said the financial benefits of the company’s recent restructuring plan will become apparent in the se(...)

The Irish company recently reached a $250m settlement in a long-running tax dispute in the key region of Uganda

Irish-founded oil and gas explorer Tullow Oil is due to report half-year results tomorrow, with the market anticipating revenue of $829 million and(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange shortly after the opening bell in New York. Photograph: REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Disappointing earnings results from corporate bellwethers weighed on equity prices in Europe and on Wall Street yesterday. European equities fell in (...)

Earlier this month, Tullow raised its production forecast after a strong performance from its West African fields, including Jubilee

Irish exploration group Tullow Oil has said it is to review its 2015 production forecast for its Jubilee field offshore Ghana due to continued technic(...)

Tullow fell as much as 4.9 per cent in London, and traded 4.8 per cent lower at 304.40 pence as of Tuesday afternoon.

Tullow Oil’s Ghana unit said an unplanned shutdown on a floating production vessel at its Jubilee field offshore Ghana has disrupted exports. Delive(...)

Last year the group recorded a contingent liability of $265 million in relation to the dispute

Irish exploration group Tullow Oil is to pay an additional $108 million (€94.7m) to the Ugandan government to settle a capital gains tax dispute. Ugan(...)

Dr Dorota Wencel, Dublin City University, and Kerry Naughton of BlueBridge Technologies: their project will focus on the development of a critical care monitor for vulnerable patients

The Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Industry Research Fellowship programme offers post-graduate researchers in higher education institutions around I(...)

Aidan Heavey, chief executive, Tullow: “We have always been aggressive in chasing acquisitions in downturns.”

Mark Paul, Business Affairs CorrespondentAidan Heavey, the chief executive of Tullow Oil, says the company has spare financial resources of $1 billion(...)

Aidan Heavey says it’s a ‘buyer’s market’ for farm-ins Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times May 28th-09

Tullow Oil, the Africa-focused oil group that has been a perennial takeover target, is itself seeking acquisitions across the continent after crude pr(...)

Aidan Heavey of  Tullow Oil: executives have been assessing the impact of the ruling on its ability to push ahead with work.  Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

Tullow Oil is assessing the impact of an international ruling made over the weekend suspending drilling at its concessions in Ghana. The Government of(...)