UP TO 80 oil sector jobs are at risk after a cost cutting review.
Stork has announced it anticipates it will cut 65 to 80 jobs in the UK.
The international company’s biggest UK base is at Dyce, with nine smaller sites around the country.
Stork employs thousands in Aberdeen out of a total global workforce of around 13,400.
A Stork spokeswoman said: “As a result of the ongoing challenging market conditions, Stork UK has reviewed its cost structure over the past several months.”
Adding: “We anticipate that this will result in a reduction of approximately 65 to 80 positions across the UK.”
The company said it could not confirm when and where the jobs would go.
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