Oil firm Total has insisted in an internal memo that its case for changing North Sea workers’ shift patterns is “strong”.
A group of workers at a major gas plant in Shetland have voted overwhelmingly in favour of strike action in a dispute over rotas.
We’ve taken a look back through our archives and found these images showcasing the history of diving in the North Sea over the past few decades.
An Aberdeen Olympian with a rare learning disability, who lost his job amid the oil downturn, has issued a “desperate” plea to find work.
Aberdeen City Council has moved forward with a bid to take part in an international energy conference.
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.
US operator Apache has been hit with a safety notice for operations on one of its North Sea platforms.
A photographer aiming to create an archive gallery of every lifeboat station in the UK has made his way to the north-east.
Work is finally under way to remove an unexploded device located near a North Sea oil platform.
“Infuriated” workers on three of Total E&P UK’s North Sea platforms have launched a ballot on industrial action.
Sir Ian Wood has warned that the industry will “need to do something dramatic” if it hopes to recover the 20billion barrels of oil remaining in the North Sea.
The Crown Office has confirmed that no criminal proceedings are being brought after a gun was used to relight a flare on a North Sea platform.
We’ve taken a look back through our archives showing how the fishing industry in the north-east used to look.
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Scotland’s energy minister has said the industry owes it to the families of Piper Alpha victims to make the North Sea the safest place in the world for oil and gas operations.
The man whose report into the Piper Alpha disaster led to sweeping reforms in the oil and gas industry has warned that signs of danger are often there beforehand – but can also be ignored too easily.
Schlumberger said today that it had scrapped plans to reduce bonuses for workers at its testing services division in the north-east.
New standards in offshore health and safety need to be reached 30 years on from the Piper Alpha disaster, Scotland’s Energy Minister has said.
A north-east lifeboat was launched after a emergency beacon was triggered in the North Sea.
The last of the 11 turbines for a major wind farm project off the coast of Aberdeen has been installed.
A video has emerged online of two men taking a speedboat underneath two oil rigs at the port of Dundee.
A north-east helicopter operator has secured a three-year contract extension transporting offshore workers to the Southern North Sea.
A North Sea oil producer said today that it would make 70 employees redundant in Aberdeen.
The latest offshore licensing round shows exploration is still “alive” in the North Sea, the industry’s regulator said today.
Oil and gas technology firm Verum Solutions will look to create up to five jobs in Aberdeen and is “exploring” opening premises in the Granite City.
Oil giant Shell said it would consider changing North Sea shift patterns as part of a wider review aimed at making its offshore operations “sustainable and competitive”.
Workers at a division of Schlumberger are facing hefty pay cuts after the US oil service firm announced plans to slash bonuses.
A scrap metal company that supplied 15 miles of old North Sea pipes for the new Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) has called for incentives for the oil and gas industry to increase the amount of reused material from decommissioned assets.
The director of Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm project has said the development will look to take on up to 20 full-time workers to operate and maintain the site once completed.
A spectacular video showing Orcas breaching in the North Sea has been posted.