Shell is planning 330 job cuts from its UK oil and gas business, the majority in Aberdeen, as part of its global restructuring.
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A North Sea worker has revealed how he made a “miracle” recovery in Aberdeen after his heart stopped for nearly two hours.
A leading expert in clean energy has predicted plans to build a greener economy could spark "a new industrial revolution" in Scotland.
An Aberdeen specialist chemicals firm has appointed a new director.
Due to the overwhelming success of Black Friday weekend discounts, leading training providers Survivex and AIS Training are offering a one-off Cyber Monday deal for anyone who may have missed out.
A North Sea trade union boss has warned the oil industry is “teetering on the brink” due to a lack of activity and investment in the basin.
Douglas Ross has said politicians should be focusing on saving lives and jobs instead of “constitutional division”, after a poll suggested most Scots favoured indyref2 if pro-independence parties win a majority next year.
The Scottish and UK Governments have been urged to work together to introduce an exemption to coronavirus rules that mean offshore oil workers are required to self-isolate on the mainland.
Scottish Tory leader Douglas Ross has called on ministers at Holyrood and Westminster to work together to help find a “more positive future” for the North Sea oil industry.
Shell has announced plans for between 7,000 – 9,000 job cuts from its global workforce by the end of 2022.
More than 80% of UK oil and gas workers are considering leaving the industry, according to a new report from climate action groups.
A study looking at the impact of coronavirus on the oil and gas sector will be carried out.
Super Puma pilots ‘not aware of what the other one was thinking’ before helicopter crashed, inquiry hears
The pilots of a helicopter which crashed in the sea off Shetland in fog were “not aware” of what each other were thinking on the landing approach, a fatal accident inquiry heard today.
Expro, which has regional headquarters in Aberdeen, was named as winners of the prestigious Scotland Trophy.
The boss of an oil and gas trade body has welcomed a UK government review into licensing rounds for the sector.
‘It sounded like something tearing itself to bits, I knew there was only going to be one outcome’: Super Puma crash survivor recalls harrowing experience to fatal accident inquiry
A survivor of the horror Shetland helicopter crash – in which four people died, and a fifth later committed suicide – spoke how submersive training he undertook in Norway was “much more rigorous” than the UK equivalent.
UK oil workers are eligible for an exemption to new rules restricting travel to Norway, the country’s government has advised.
Scottish Labour leader shares ‘great frustration’ on lack of resolution regarding Aberdeen Nine suspension
Richard Leonard said the lack of resolution on the suspension of nine Aberdeen councillors from the Scottish Labour party is of "great frustration" to him.
Environmental activists claim to have found a methane leak in the North Sea that was caused by a “blow-out” during drilling operations 30 years ago.
An offshore safety boss has blamed a local outbreak in Aberdeen for a rise in suspected Covid-19 cases in the North Sea.
A north-east man who was made redundant from his job in the oil industry has started up his own business.
Subsea 7 sank to losses of £751million in the first half of the year as it restructures the business with thousands of job cuts.
Schlumberger delivered another crushing blow to the oil and gas industry today by announcing it was cutting around a fifth of its workforce.
An Aberdeen oil firm has secured a contract with an international drilling company in the Caribbean.
A north-east start-up has been nominated for a top British business award.
What a surprise reminder I received whereupon reading the EE. There was an article concerning North Sea oil (‘MP: ‘Lack of clarity’ over oil and gas deal’, P4, July 22).
An Aberdeen MP says he is "alarmed" by UK ministers' failure to commit to a sector deal for oil and gas.
Aberdeen should use a giant decommissioned oil platform as a “first class tourist attraction”, according to a long-standing city campaigner.
A recent graduate has been recognised with a major honour from Aberdeen University, after balancing her full-time studies with supporting an oil and gas company’s finance team and caring for her young son.
Life on a north sea platform during the coronavirus pandemic has been captured by an oil and gas business.