Tributes have been paid to the men killed in the Super Puma disaster in a special service marking 10 years.
The families of those lost in the disaster off the coast of Peterhead gathered for a memorial.
Lord Provost Barney Crockett, representing Aberdeen, laid a wreath at the monument in Johnston Gardens yesterday.
Reverend Gordon Craig, of the UK Oil and Gas Chaplaincy, led the event.
Councillor Crockett, joined by Aberdeenshire Depute Provost Ron McKail, laid a wreath along with Deirdre Michie, Oil and Gas UK’s chief executive.
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The Lord Provost said: “We remember those who have lost their lives in the North Sea and we think about those who have been left behind, their families, and my thoughts are with them at this time.
“This disaster certainly won’t be forgotten by the people of Aberdeen.”
Speaking at the memorial service yesterday, Reverend Gordon Craig said: “For those most directly involved, the 10th anniversary is in a very real way no different to any other anniversary.
“You are always acutely aware of your loss and many of you come here every year to remember and honour the memory of that person who is so dear.”
Passengers killed in the crash were: Nairn Ferrier, 40, Broughty Ferry; Brian Barkley, Aberdeen, originally Ballymoney, Northern Ireland; Vernon Elrick, 41, Aberdeen; Leslie Taylor, 41, Kintore; Gareth Wyn Hughes, 53, Angus; David Rae, 63, Dumfries; Raymond Doyle, 57, Cumbernauld; James John Edwards, 33, Kirkby, Liverpool; Nolan Carl Goble, 34, Norwich; Mihails Zuravskis, 39, Latvia; James Costello, 24, Aberdeen; Alex Dallas, 62, Aberdeen; Warren Mitchell, 38, Oldmeldrum and Stuart Wood, 27, Newmachar.
The disaster also claimed the lives of captain Paul Burnham, 31, of Methlick and co-pilot Richard Menzies, 24, of Droitwich Spa.