The Fatal Accident Inquiry (FAI) into a North Sea helicopter crash in 2013 has been delayed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
An Aberdeen oil and gas contractor has sacked a number of North Sea workers due to a drop-off in demand related to the coronavirus outbreak.
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Workers have said they have been “hung out to dry” and “abandoned” by Bilfinger Salamis after their jobs were cut without the option to use the Government’s coronavirus support scheme.
A family-run Aberdeen business is facing closure next week due to the effects of the coronavirus on air travel.
Ithaca Energy has been warned by the UK’s safety watchdog after exposing workers to “risk of serious personal injury or death from fire and explosion” on a North Sea vessel.
Energy giant Ineos has announced it is to postpone the planned shutdown of its Forties Pipeline until August.
Oil and gas operator EnQuest is understood to have multiple suspected coronavirus cases on board a northern North Sea platform.
Bristow Helicopters has used modified three former search and rescue (SAR) helicopters to bring North Sea workers suspected to have coronavirus to shore.
A group of North Sea operators have struck a deal with a helicopter operator to bring confirmed and suspected Covid-19 sufferers back to shore.
French oil and gas giant Total has confirmed it has limited the air travel of its employees to an “absolute minimum” as the threat level from coronavirus continues to rise.
A senior diving boss has described how his son has been “crippled by incompetence” while preparing an oil rig for work in the North Sea.
More than 60 North Sea workers have been evacuated after a “power generation issue” at BP’s ETAP installation last night.
A preliminary hearing for a fatal accident inquiry into a helicopter crash off Shetland in 2013 is due to begin in January, the Crown Office has confirmed.
An asset integrity firm with bases in Aberdeen has come under fire for claiming it “unintentionally” underpaid workers at a giant Scottish wind farm project.
A North Sea union has condemned Wood over plans to cut sickness pay by more than 75% for contractors on CNOOC platforms.
A lightning strike in Aberdeenshire has caused the temporary shutdown of a major North Sea pipeline.
Production has been resumed at the largest-producing oil field in the UK following a shut down.
A new “roadmap” has set out the UK oil and gas industry’s ambition to transform the North Sea into a basin with net-zero emissions.
Awilco Drilling has reported a set of losses as one of its two rigs has remained unused for nearly four years running.
An oilfield services firm has been forced to leave Aberdeen after more than 30 years in the city.
Investigators have said engineers’ “lack of experience and fatigue” contributed to the collapse of a North Sea helicopter’s landing gear.
North Sea decommissioning cost forecasts have dropped because companies are “holding up a mirror up to themselves” and sharing lessons, according to a top industry boss.
The oil and gas sector needs to “avoid annihilation” in the climate change debate and stop apologising for its products, an industry veteran said yesterday.
Dana Petroleum has been fined £6,000 for accidentally releasing materials into the sea.
Strike action has been averted for dozens of Petrofac staff on BP platforms in the North Sea.
North Sea oil firm EnQuest has confirmed it will change rota patterns for hundreds of its offshore workers.
Air accident investigators have launched an inquiry after a helicopter landed on the wrong North Sea platform this week.
Strikes involving more than 200 North Sea workers have been called off.
North Sea pilots are in a pay dispute with CHC Helicopter.
Hundreds of workers who are part of North Sea diving crews have rejected a revised pay deal made on behalf of six employers.