The boss of troubled Super Puma maker Airbus has insisted that the helicopter has an important role to play in the future of the North Sea.
Scottish fishermen will be vigilant over any attempt to sell off their industry during Brexit negotiations.
In order to maximise economic recovery from the UK continental shelf (MER UK), the OGA has spoken of the need to ensure that “the right assets are in the right hands”. In other words, for producing fields, potential new developments, exploration opportunities and infrastructure, to lie in the hands of those who will manage and steward them well and invest to realise their remaining potential.
A stalwart of the North Sea oil and gas industry who championed offshore safety around the world will be remembered for his “love of life, his quick laughter and his mean swing on the golf course”.
US safety chiefs have slashed the time that Sikorsky S-92 aircraft are allowed to stay in the air before undergoing mandatory checks.
Work on the £350 million expansion of Aberdeen Harbour is set to begin next month.
North Sea workers have been left stranded on a platform after issues with a helicopter.
Aker Solutions said it would be making further job cuts across its operations.
A North Sea flight tilted 45 degrees unexpectedly as it made a journey between two platforms, investigators have found.
A number of helicopters remain out of service as S-92 safety check deadline passes for North Sea flights
Checks on S-92 have still to be completed after a deadline of midday passed following a global recall of the Sikorsky helicopters.
A phased return of helicopters in use in the North Sea was expected today following the recall of Sikorsky helicopters.
All North Sea helicopter flights have been grounded today over safety fears.
Centrica is to cut 90 jobs from across its European operations.
The SNP has been accused of being "clearly embarrassed" by the collapse in North Sea oil revenues after it emerged it had failed to publish an analysis of the industry for 18 months.
Investigators looking into a North Sea helicopter crash which killed all 13 people on board said yesterday they see “no correlation” between a previous incident and the vehicle’s gearbox.
Schlumberger said it hopes to bring back “as much talent as possible” as a deadline looms for employees who were given an incentivised leave of absence scheme.
The majority of offshore workers believe health-and-safety standards have dropped in the last six months, according to a survey.
Ferry operators are anticipating high winds will force cancellations to North-east services.
Petrofac today said it expects to record $410million in net profit for 2016.
A small earthquake has been recorded in the North Sea. The small 2.4 magnitude tremor happened at about 130 miles north-east of Aberdeen, according to the British Geological Survey. It happened 14km below sea level at around 3pm.
The UK Government is facing calls to provide new support for the oil and gas sector after BP unveiled plans to double North Sea production.
BP’s top boss said the oil major would double its North Sea production as he hailed the region as one of the company’s “crown jewels”.
A trawlerman has called for an extension of a campaign which has hauled 1,000 tonnes of litter from Scottish waters.
North Sea job losses have not slowed down over the past year, but there are signs that industry has turned a corner, the 25th Oil and Gas Survey said.
BP today confirmed it has acquired interests in two North Sea exploration prospects as a “further demonstration of the organisation’s commitment to the basin”.
A recovering alcoholic has launched the first programme focused on dangerous drinking among North Sea oil workers.
Three of the four main fishing ports in the North-east have seen their fish landing stocks fall.
Thirty-three workers were evacuated from a drilling rig in the Norwegian Sea yesterday after a fire broke out in one of its engine rooms.
Oil workers have rejected proposals from the Offshore Contractors Association regarding their current contracts.
The North Sea arm of French firm Total could become the new occupier of the west campus building in Westhill, Aberdeenshire.