Oil workers have been left fearing they will develop cancer after being exposed to radiation while on a North Sea platform.
A BP spokesman this morning confirmed it was evacuating all non-essential personnel after a power cut hit its West of Shetland Clair platform.
Investigations are set to resume this morning after a suspected North Sea leak.
Oil services company Wood Group has reached an agreement to take over rival Amec Foster Wheeler in a £2.2 billion deal.
Aberdeen's oil and gas industry dominated First Minister's Questions at Holyrood, as the possibility of a second independence referendum draws closer.
A North-east oil worker is preparing to take part in a punishing fitness challenge
A new subsea business has opened an office in Aberdeen with the creation of 30 jobs – and another 150 posts in the pipeline by the end of 2017.
Aker Solutions said it would be making further job cuts across its operations.
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.
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.
With decommissioning edging its way to the forefront of North Sea industry minds, yards are already vying for a slice of a pie thought to be worth £50 billion over 30 years.
Scores of people have called for the chief executive of the Offshore Contractors Association to be sacked.
A fresh push on decommissioning to reinvigorate the North-east economy is needed from the Scottish Government, according to Scottish Green co-convener Maggie Chapman.
A union has launched a scathing attack on fresh proposals for North Sea workers which could add an additional 45 hours to their year.
Oil workers are being balloted over whether to agree to changes to their pay and conditions from the Offshore Contractors Association (OCA) including an additional 15 minutes working.
More and more Aberdonians are being forced to ask for state handouts as the impact of the oil and gas crisis deepens.
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.
An enterprising North-east man is hoping to help reinvigorate the oil and gas industry after creating a ground-breaking piece of software.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate today confirmed Statoil’s wildcat has made a North Sea oil discovery.
Oil services firm Wood Group is to consult with around 1,000 UK onshore staff as it seeks to reduce its headcount by 300.
Shell has confirmed it will close the former BG Group’s offices in Aberdeen by the end of the year as it launched a voluntary redundancy scheme for UK staff.
An offshore worker made redundant a day after creating a petition to support staff in the North Sea oil and gas industry has seen his petition reach nearly 1,000 signatures in less than 48 hours.
Despite the oil crisis hitting jobs across the North-east, stats have shown employment is on the rise for women in the region.
Scottish colleges have been invited to bid for a share of the £12million pot Nicola Sturgeon pledged for retraining out-of-work oil and gas engineers.
Workers who have lost jobs as a result of the oil slump can claim discount on courses at an Aberdeen university.
Revellers will raise a glass one last time to a pub which opened more than 100 years ago.
Labour will pile the pressure on the Scottish Government today to release up-to-date figures on job losses in the offshore industry.
Workers who face losing their jobs in the oil and gas sector will be helped to move into other employment in the energy industry and manufacturing through a new £12 million fund announced by Scotland’s First Minister.
A special meeting of the Scottish cabinet is being held today with talks focused on the oil and gas industry.
FORMER First Minister, Alex Salmond says new tax cuts are needed in the spring budget for the crisis-hit oil and gas industry.