EnQuest to cut a quarter of jobs at Shetland oil terminal

© SuppliedSullom Voe Terminal
Sullom Voe Terminal

Oil firm EnQuest said today that about 80 employees would lose their jobs at a major terminal in Shetland by the end of 2019.

The company claimed the move was “essential” to keep Sullom Voe Terminal “competitive” and help it retain and win new business.

A spokesman said EnQuest would offer voluntary redundancies in an effort to limit the number compulsory job losses required.

London-listed EnQuest took over from BP as operator of the facility in December 2017.

The company managed to reduce operating costs by a 25% to £150 million last year.

Read the full story on the Energy Voice website. 

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