Helicopter operator CHC said it believed it was "prudent" to examine technical data and interim measures "first-hand" before considering resumption of H225 flights for North Sea operations.
SNP energy spokesman Callum McCaig has written to the chancellor amid fears the UK Government is “quietly ignoring” the plight of the North Sea oil and gas sector.
The founder of chemical giant Ineos said fracking in Scotland could have the potential to boost the country’s economy where the North Sea oil and gas industry is “leaving holes”.
A man was airlifted to hospital in Aberdeen from a North Sea oil platform after suffering a cardiac arrest.
The global oil and gas downturn has claimed another North Sea casualty as Canadian firm Antrim Energy follows through with a decision to voluntarily wind itself up.
An internal investigation by Statoil into the cause of a helicopter crash which killed 13 people has warned safety must not be compromised as operators focus on cost savings.
Unite members have voted to accept Wood Group’s fresh proposals on changes to their contracts. The move comes after weeks of talks following the first strike action in more than a generation. Hundreds of workers backed industrial action across seven of Shell’s North Sea assets. More on this story on Energy Voice.
The result of a ballot on whether to accept fresh proposals form Wood Group is expected to close today.
French oil services giant Technip has held a meeting with its Aberdeen staff over a third round of job losses from the company which could see up to 130 job cuts.
A plane spotter has captured what could be the final flights of EC225’s taking workers to and from the North Sea.
The number of hours flown by Sikorsky S-92 helicopters in the North Sea has gone up 50% since Super Pumas were grounded following a fatal crash in Norway.
Offshore workers will be balloted again next week over North Sea strike action after negotiations brought a fresh proposal form unions and Wood Group.
A man today told how he was battered by waves as he desperately tried to save people from the North Sea.
An offshore worker has been airlifted from a North Sea rig in a serious condition. The worker was taken from a rig by coastguard helicopter after the service was alerted to the issue at about 8.50am. For more on this story visit EnergyVoice.com
Industrial action by North Sea workers in a dispute over pay has been suspended to allow fresh talks.
Oil major Shell has been hit with an improvement notice for its Clipper asset in the Southern North Sea after it was found some inspections had not been carried out for at least 12 years.
Oil major Shell said stocks have been replenished on one of its strike hit North Sea assets.
A union has called for fresh talks to try to avert more strikes by North Sea workers in a long-running dispute over pay.
Stocks including fresh water are said to be running out on a North Sea platform hit by strike action.
The RMT Union has announced nine 24-hour strikes will be held between August 15 and 31. A total of 12 six-hour stoppages will also take place between August 16 and September 3. The move comes as further strike action is expected tomorrow with two three-hour stoppages. For the full story, visit Energy Voice.
Oil major Shell has completed improvement notices from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) after an incident led to the loss of containment of more than 800kg of gasoline.
More and more Aberdonians are being forced to ask for state handouts as the impact of the oil and gas crisis deepens.
Offshore safety has continued to improve, according to a new industry report.
A wildlife photographer captured the images of a lifetime after spotting a humpback whale off the North-east coast.
A union boss has said he is “bitterly disappointed” talks have broken down over proposals to cut offshore workers’ pay.
Redundant North Sea oil workers have been encouraged to seek employment in the wider engineering sector - including building new nuclear power stations in England and Wales.
EnQuest has confirmed an oil discovery at its Eagle exploration well in the North Sea.
An inquiry into a council leader abandoning a trip to a North Sea jobs conference due to the standard of accommodation will report back in July.
Sir Ian Wood has told of the need for an "urgent focus" to support the oil and gas sector after a North Sea summit was held in Aberdeen.
A new report has revealed the gearbox of a helicopter that crashed in Norway killing 13 men was previously involved in a road accident.