Workers on a number of installations in the northern North Sea have been told to stay alert after a Greenpeace ship was spotted in the area.
US oilfield services giant Halliburton has confirmed it will close its main UK office in Aberdeen.
Repsol Sinopec Resources UK (RSRUK) has been hit with a safety warning after an object fell more than 200ft from a crane on the Piper Bravo platform.
Private equity-backed operator Neptune Energy has announced proposals to cut 400 jobs globally, representing around a fifth of its workforce.
More than 4,500 “heartbreaking” North Sea job losses have already taken place in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak and oil price rout, it is understood.
An oil and gas sector deal could ensure any further BP-scale job losses are “headed off at the pass”, according to a north-east MP.
French energy giant Total has announced the purchase of a majority stake in a giant Scottish wind farm project.
Oil prices rose past $40 per barrel mark on Tuesday amid speculation that quotas for international production cuts could be kept higher for longer.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has reported that four workers have contracted Covid-19 as a result of occupational exposure offshore, with more expected to follow.
Offshore workers have said they’ve been “dumped” by a major recruitment firm after it decided not to offer the UK furlough scheme due to holiday pay concerns.
Drilling contractor Archer is to cut between 12-15% of its global workforce of 5,000 as a result of the oil price crash and Covid-19 pandemic.
A group of workers have been evacuated from a Valaris drilling rig working in the North Sea due to concerns over an outbreak of Covid-19 onboard.
Around 200 North Sea workers have been evacuated with suspected Covid-19 symptoms over the last six weeks as the sector has attempted to manage the spread of the virus.
More than 650 workers have completed a transfer to a brand new consortium in Aberdeenshire for the start of a five-year contract with Total.
More than 500 jobs are at risk at Aberdeen-based energy services firm Bilfinger Salamis, which has started a redundancy consultation with its workforce.
The struggling UK oil and gas sector was dealt another blow on Tuesday as EnQuest confirmed it expected to cut 530 positions.
The chief executive of BP has said “job security is going to be a major concern” amid the Covid-19 pandemic but gave no answers on any potential cuts the energy giant might make.
Energy services giant Worley has revealed it has cut 3,000 jobs in response to the coronavirus pandemic and oil price crash.
Offshore unions have claimed more than 3,500 UK workers “could be displaced by September” amid the oil price crisis and called for an urgent summit with Westminster politicians.
A trio of offshore unions are in dispute with Petrofac after workers were left without answers on being granted the government’s coronavirus furlough scheme.
Offshore platforms in the UK North Sea “face the risk of production shut-ins” due to oil storage constraints, according to leading analysts.
Incredible footage has been captured of a pod of whales near a North Sea oil platform.
The Deepwater Horizon disaster forced the UK North Sea to “sharpen up its act”, reminding the sector of the “consequences of getting things wrong”, according to industry leaders.
Delays to onshore work should not affect the schedule of Scotland’s largest planned offshore wind farm and will be “full steam ahead” after Covid-19 restrictions lift, according to the project boss.
A number of staff at an Aberdeen oilfield equipment firm have been terminated following its decision to furlough hundreds of workers.
Worley has been branded a “disgrace” by union bosses after terminating workers without furlough at a Shetland oil and gas terminal.
An oil worker with suspected coronavirus symptoms has died at home after being airlifted from a North Sea platform earlier this week.
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.
Coronavirus: ‘Disgust’ over claims Aberdeen firm terminated workers without option for Government’s support scheme
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.