Inspectors have condemned a “significant failing” by Apache to meet health and safety standards in the use of trainees offshore.
Offshore union Unite and energy giant Total have announced talks to avert further North Sea strike action have today broken down.
Employment in the North Sea industry will increase this year, according to new findings from Oil and Gas UK (OGUK), as the worst period of job losses is “behind us”.
The Unite and GMB unions have called off strike action on Equinor’s Mariner platform after accepting a new pay offer.
Increasing incidents of North Sea strike action risk project delays and putting off new investment, according to BMI.
A Piper Alpha survivor is facing a new struggle after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease.
Oil firm Total has insisted in an internal memo that its case for changing North Sea workers’ shift patterns is “strong”.
“Infuriated” workers on three of Total E&P UK’s North Sea platforms have launched a ballot on industrial action.
The boss of the Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm has said that he believes the development could “change the history” of the city.
The oil and gas sector shouldn’t be quick to draw a link between mental health issues and offshore rotas, an industry employment expert has said.
Time-lapse footage provided by wind farm construction firm Vattenfall shows the build of the Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm’s sixth turbine.
Offshore union Unite is threatening an industrial ballot over “delayed” payments to workers by Sparrows.
Aker solutions has today announced the opening of its upgraded Dyce, Aberdeen site in order to target the growing UK subsea market.
Customs charges due to Brexit could cost the offshore industry £145 million this summer and £120 million every year thereafter, north-east firms have been warned.
An offshore drilling ship has been drafted in to help the search for a toy boat currently on a 3,000 mile journey across the Atlantic Ocean.
Emergency services were called to airlift a man from an offshore installation today. Coastguard services received the call at 8.50am to airlift the man who had sustained an injury. He was taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary by a Rescue Bond 1 helicopter. His injury was not thought to be life threatening.
A union boss has questioned the culture of a North Sea operator, after a worker claimed he was removed from a platform after discovering a “blacklist”.
One of the world’s largest floating cranes has been seen towering off the coast of Aberdeen as work got under way on an offshore wind farm.
Workers have been evacuated from a North Sea platform following an issue with its water supply.
An offshore helicopter that declared “emergency protocol” has landed at Aberdeen International Airport.
More than 100 workers at an Aberdeen-based offshore firm appear set to avoid redundancy after the company “substantially changed” its plans.
Scotland’s world-first floating windfarm has performed strongly despite being hit by a hurricane and huge sea swells.
Oil giant Total said today that it is helping authorities investigate a “firearms licensing matter” on one of its North Sea rigs.
Two vessels were damaged following a “low energy collision” in the North Sea. The UK Health and Safety Executive (HSE) said the incident involved the Foinaven FPSO and an offshore supply vessel. The crash happened on August 22 during “cargo operations”. For more on this story visit EnergyVoice.com
A pipeline which carries 40% of the North Sea’s oil and gas ashore is now “fully operational” after undergoing weeks of repairs.
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Offshore workers were banned from drinking the tap water on their platform after it was found to be contaminated with diesel – but were told to keep showering in it.
Oil firm issued improvement notice after offshore worker suffers ‘serious injury’ during lifting operations
An oil company has been served with an improvement notice after an offshore worker suffered a serious injury on a North Sea platform.
Helicopter manufacturer Airbus is “actively considering” the possibility of putting CEO Guillaume Faury in a offshore H225 work flight situation in response to an online petition.
More than 500 people have joined a call for the chief executive of a helicopter firm to take a flight in a controversial H225 chopper, in the same conditions as the offshore workforce.