The five-year average fatal accident rate per 100,000 flying hours for offshore helicopters has fallen to zero for the first time in 17 years.
Offshore oil and gas representatives have set out plans to try to reduce emissions as part of Scotland’s net-zero target, while warning a no-deal Brexit could cost the industry £500 million a year.
Plans have been submitted which could see a first for the UK North Sea for oil platforms being converted to support offshore wind farms.
A trade union boss said he was “astonished” by Sparrows Group’s decision to exit the UK representative body for offshore oil and gas contractors.
A director of Moray Offshore Renewables claimed last night that the new £12 million deal with Global Energy Group (Geg) could herald a “significant pipeline” of offshore wind work in the Highlands.
The longest vessel to ever dock in Aberdeen has arrived to help carry out work on the £350 million expansion of the city's port.
Oil giant fined £1.2million after pipe rupture exposed staff to ‘unacceptable risk’ of ‘death from fire and explosion’
Offshore giant Marathon Oil has been fined more than £1million for health and safety failings which put workers at "unacceptable risk" from an explosion.
Work has been completed at the largest offshore windfarm in Scotland.
Workforce concerns around the need for an offshore helicopter inquiry have been raised at the Scottish Trade Union Congress (STUC) in Dundee.
A “significant” percentage of women are opting out of the offshore energy sector in Aberdeen, despite an industry push to boost numbers.
North Sea oil firm EnQuest has confirmed it will change rota patterns for hundreds of its offshore workers.
Westminster and the Scottish Government are to lead a summit into the awarding of contracts to the offshore wind supply chain as foreign firms continue to cash in on UK work.
After weeks of delays, the Transocean Leader rig is now heading to the Greater Warwick Area (GWA) west of Shetland for Spirit Energy.
Offshore workers who went for days without fresh water, amid fears it was affected by a contagious bug, have had their supply restored.
A security consultancy is launching a new data system which it said will “protect lives” of workers offshore.
Maersk Drilling has been hit with a safety notice after two stands, weighing 1,300kg each, fell on an offshore rig.
Offshore union Unite has confirmed its members at the Shetland Gas Plant will carry out the first of a series of 24-hour strikes tomorrow.
A new offshore wind sector deal will be launched by the UK Government tomorrow in an effort to increase jobs and grow the number of women in the industry.
Dutch marine firm Boskalis has set up a new subsea services base in Aberdeenshire.
A former Aberdeen football legend will use what he learned under Sir Alex Ferguson to tackle leadership in offshore training.
Scottish offshore wind bosses have told those working in the oil and gas supply chain to “do their homework” before pitching business to the sector.
A North Sea drilling crew has rustled up a rap video to highlight safety offshore.
Aberdeen-based Attollo Offshore has announced it will create 20 jobs through a new project to enhance the use of technology offshore.
A North Sea offshore supplier has denied exploiting non-EU workers – despite paying some little more than £3 an hour.
Offshore support vessel operator Sentinel Marine has announced it will create 80 new jobs with the order of three new ships.
An offshore medic has been recognised as a exceptional caregiver. Bob Gardiner, an offshore medic and occupational health advisor, has been awarded the title of Queen’s Nurse. Mr Gardiner was nominated for providing “high quality, compassionate care”, alongside 20 other community nurses across the UK. To read more on Energy Voice, click here.
An offshore worker recovering from cancer has been fined for behaving in a "threatening manner" towards his wife after returning home from an operation.
An offshore worker turned drug dealer yesterday blamed the oil downturn for his spiral down into criminality.
A Garve man who was involved in a disturbance outside a Dingwall pub and then resisted arrest was fined a total of £720 yesterday.
The new owner of Survivex said yesterday that growth was on the cards for the north-east offshore survival trainer.
First power has been reached from what is expected to become the world’s largest floating windfarm. The developers for the Kincardine Offshore Windfarm Ltd (KOWL) made the announcement in Aberdeen yesterday at the Floating Offshore Wind UK conference. To read more on Energy Voice, click here.
Offshore services firm Bilfinger Salamis said it completely rejects claims that union representatives were removed from the North Sea Culzean project.