Production on one of Ithaca Energy’s North Sea platforms has been shut down due to a Covid-19 outbreak on board.
US oilfield equipment and services firm Weatherford this morning confirmed plans to shut down its Aberdeen-based manufacturing facilities.
Tougher new restrictions have begun in Scotland today as the government aims to stop Covid from spreading quicker.
As we enter another period of full-scale lockdown, the normal rhythms of life will be disrupted, just as they were back in March.
Energy giant BP has partially down-manned its Clair platform, about 45 miles west of Shetland, due to an “electrical fault”.
A further 934 people have tested positive for Covid-19 across Scotland in the past 24 hours.
Scotland is in for a festive season like no other in living memory as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Using the latest information from the Scottish Government, we've created this easy to use searchable table and map to help you find out what level 3 will mean for the north-east
There have been 80 new confirmed cases of coronavirus in the north-east, according to the latest figures from the Scottish Government.
BP is moving out of its current North Sea offices to set up a new regional headquarters in Aberdeen, which will be half the size.
More than 110 people in the north-east have tested positive for Covid-19 in the past 24 hours.
Four people have died and nearly 70 more people have tested positive for Covid-19 in the north-east in the past 24 hours.
Nine people have died and nearly 100 more people have tested positive for Covid-19 in the north-east in the past 24 hours.
A trade union boss warned last night that thousands more jobs have been lost in the North Sea oil and gas sector as a result of the latest downturn than has previously been predicted.
All council areas in Level four have been moved down to Level three in the latest round of changes to Scotland's Covid-19 restrictions.
A further 65 coronavirus cases have been confirmed in the north-east in the past 24 hours.
A further 48 coronavirus cases have been confirmed in the NHS Grampian area in the past 24 hours.
A further 69 people have been diagnosed with coronavirus in the NHS Grampian area in the past 24 hours.
A worker has died at the Aberdeen offices of US energy services firm Oceaneering, police have confirmed.
Every local authority area in Scotland has been assigned a level which will set the Covid-19 restrictions in place for businesses and residents in that area.
A further 37 people across the north-east have tested positive for coronavirus in the past 24 hours.
A further 47 people across the north-east have tested positive for coronavirus in the past 24 hours.
A maximum of eight people from three households are allowed in a Christmas bubble, with social distancing rules to be followed. The limits do not apply to children under-12.
A £200 million North Sea project that environmental activists repeatedly tried to thwart has delivered first oil.
Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen will remain under level two restrictions.
A Moray man reported missing has been traced safe and well. Police appealed to the public as they tried to find 61-year-old Whinton Nicol. He was last seen around 10.50am this morning. The force has now confirmed Mr Nicol has been traced safe and well.
A North Sea trade union boss has warned the oil industry is “teetering on the brink” due to a lack of activity and investment in the basin.
Gary Barlow’s UK tour is being rescheduled – including his date at Aberdeen’s P&J Live.
A north-east man who had been reported missing has been traced safe and well. Officers appealed for help to trace Ronald Watson, who was last seen in the Kellands Road area of Inverurie at 1.15pm on Saturday. Police have now confirmed he has been traced safe and well.
A further 52 people in the Grampian health board area have tested positive for coronavirus in the past 24 hours.