North Sea workers will vote on strike action after rejecting a revised pay offer earlier this year.
A new mammoth offshore wind project has applied for Marine Scotland consent off the east coast of Scotland.
An Aberdeenshire MP has said a public inquiry into offshore helicopter travel is “not necessary” amid union concerns over safety.
Oil giant Shell said today that it will ditch three week offshore rotas on its central North Sea platforms next year.
Further talks will be held today which will determine whether a programme of strike action will go ahead in the North Sea.
A “hard Brexit” could lead to the shutdown of North Sea oil and gas platforms, Oil and Gas UK has warned.
BP has released video footage of the process of dismantling its Miller platform in the North Sea.
Talks with mediator service ACAS are due to get underway to end strike action on three North Sea platforms.
Inspectors have condemned a “significant failing” by Apache to meet health and safety standards in the use of trainees offshore.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) yesterday made public a prohibition notice served to Shetland-based company Ocean Kinetics for a safety breach while working at Aberdeen Harbour.
Workers union Unite has confirmed today that it will suspend planned industrial action on three North Sea rigs operated by French oil giant Total.
Employment in the North Sea industry will increase this year, according to new findings from Oil and Gas UK (OGUK), as the worst period of job losses is “behind us”.
The contractor behind the harbour expansion at Nigg Bay has confirmed drilling and blasting work has started on the £350million project.
The Unite and GMB unions have called off strike action on Equinor’s Mariner platform after accepting a new pay offer.
Shell has said it could still be operating in the North Sea for another 50 years, as some other majors eye an exit.
North Sea strike action will continue until the end of October if a resolution cannot be met, according to a union boss.
Four workers on Odfjell’s Deepsea Aberdeen have become internet sensations after writing a song about “Rig Life”.
The UK Government has approved Shell’s plans to remove the topsides for the iconic Brent Alpha, Bravo and Charlie platforms in the North Sea.
BP’s boss has praised the oil major’s “steady progress” as profits soared in the first-half of 2018.
Increasing incidents of North Sea strike action risk project delays and putting off new investment, according to BMI.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has confirmed that it intends to take “no further action” in its probe of the Ninian Southern rig, which had to be down-manned last week amid concerns over faulty lifeboats.
The North Sea will be able to maintain its current output levels for nearly a decade, according to one of the most influential oil consultancies.
A video has emerged online of an Orange March taking place on a North Sea platform.
There has been a call for clarity on the status of EU workers in the oil and gas sector after a Brexit blueprint was published by the UK government.
An investigation has been launched after a North Sea operator was forced to evacuate staff due to concerns over faulty lifeboats.
Peterhead was the site of a world first yesterday as the Hywind floating wind farm was hooked up to a battery storage system capable of receiving grid connection.
The North Sea industry has risen to the challenge of lowering decommissioning costs, a regulator said today.
A former soldier, who developed post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), has said the offshore sector needs to have the “guts” to talk about mental health.
An Aberdeen Olympian with a rare learning disability, who lost his job amid the oil downturn, has issued a “desperate” plea to find work.
The world’s most powerful offshore wind turbines were commissioned yesterday and are now fully confirmed for use on the 100 turbine Moray (East) Wind Farm development, due to begin construction in 2022.