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.
The chief executive of Aberdeen’s Gordon Highlanders Museum has said a jump in oil price has helped keep business going in the face of closure.
Canadian oil firm CNR International said late last night that it was taking almost 60 people off one of its North Sea rigs due to a “potential lifeboat capacity issue”.
Today marks the 30th anniversary of the Piper Alpha disaster.
A survivor of the Piper Alpha disaster which killed 167 men has spoken of how writing a book uncovered the true impact on his family.
A memorial ceremony paying tribute to the 167 men who tragically lost their lives in the Piper Alpha disaster is to take place in Aberdeen tomorrow.
A new North Sea wind farm is up and running.
A huge swing in North Sea oil revenues suggests the sector is “alive and well”, an industry chief said.
A suspected depth charge near a North Sea platform has turned out to be nothing more than a harmless, degraded float or buoy.
A man reported missing from a North Sea ferry has been named by police.
A group of Total employees are understood to have reacted angrily to the firm’s plans to hold a barbecue while they are locked in a dispute over rotas.
North Sea workers are expected to go on strike next month in a dispute with Total over pay and working hours.
Three north-east lifeboats and a helicopter have suspended their search for a missing man in the North Sea.
The North Sea industry has risen to the challenge of lowering decommissioning costs, a regulator said today.
GE has announced this afternoon that it will sell off its 62.5% stake in BHGE and GE Healthcare, putting them outside the business.
Three people appeared in court today accused of arranging to meet an Aberdeen oil worker at a children's playpark before murdering him by battering and stabbing him, transporting him to a nature reserve and setting him on fire.
Oil giant Shell has announced today that it will invest in the Fram gas and condensate field in the UK North Sea.
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.