Hundreds of offshore workers are facing uncertainty after Chevron announced plans to sell the majority of its North Sea platforms.
A former soldier has called on offshore leaders to do more to support those with mental health problems.
The Scottish Government has launched a £2 million innovation fund to be directed at the offshore wind sector with the aim of reducing development costs and improving health and safety.
Over the last 3 months, workforce numbers at Nigg Energy Park have increased to more than 700 people on site, including provision from over 120 supply chain companies.
A Scottish centre of expertise for sensor and imaging technology and an English university spinout have teamed up to tackle a problem costing the UK oil and gas industry billions of pounds a year.
Members of the Unite and RMT unions have accepted a pay offer from the Caterers Offshore Trade Association (COTA).
Time-lapse footage provided by wind farm construction firm Vattenfall shows the build of the Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm’s sixth turbine.
Hurricane Energy said today that offshore installation work had begun on the Lancaster field’s early production system.
A trade unionist has confirmed that French oil giant total has entered into discussions with its offshore workforce about a proposed move to a three weeks on, three weeks off (3/3) working rota.
Offshore union Unite is threatening an industrial ballot over “delayed” payments to workers by Sparrows.
The Scottish division of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) has hit out against a study published today on the risk to seabirds through collision with offshore wind turbines, calling the findings a “very optimistic interpretation of data”.
With the first turbine installed at Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm yesterday, developer Vattenfall is claiming a number of renewable energy industry firsts.
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”.
Offshore rota changes are taking their toll on the mental health of North Sea workers and their families, a leaked report suggests.
Scotland’s top oil and gas research and development organisations are to travel to China next month as part of a knowledge share designed to fortify ties and increase business.
An offshore ace made redundant in the downturn has been banned from the roads after his wife reported him for drink-driving.
Overseas expansion is paying dividends for north-east offshore engineering firm Maritime Developments.
Global Marine Group (GMG), of Essex, has launched a new offshore division in Aberdeen in a further sign of growing confidence in the oil and gas industry.
An offshore worker has been fined almost £800 after sending his estranged wife a string of “menacing” text messages following their separation.
Scotland’s transport minister is undecided on whether to support calls for an independent public inquiry into North Sea helicopter safety.
A Canadian operator with a base in Aberdeen, CNR announced earlier today that a team of workers had returned to Ninian South to return power.
The decision to send a group of oil workers ashore after they refused to get into lifeboats on a rig is “outrageous”, a union boss has said.
Norwegian oil giant said today that all workers on the Mariner field are safe after a gangway between installations disconnected late last night. Statoil confirmed that the link between the Safe Boreas accommodation vessel and the Mariner A platform was reported at 11:45pm. Read the full story on our sister site, Energy Voice.
Almost 70 offshore workers have been evacuated from the Ninian South platform due to concerns about the safety and structural integrity of the rig.
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.
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.
Helicopter firm boss challenged to take flight “under the same conditions as the offshore workforce”
The chief executive of a helicopter firm has been challenged to take a flight “under the same conditions as the offshore workforce”.
Controversial offshore helicopters look set to return to skies above the North Sea after aviation watchdogs announced plans to lift a flight ban imposed following a string of fatal accidents.
The funeral of north-east business giant Charles Ritchie, the founder of offshore engineering firm Score Group who died this week, will be held on Wednesday.
An official probe has revealed that two helicopters, which were carrying offshore workers, were forced to take action to avoid a collision off the coast of Aberdeen this year.
A coastguard captain who learned her trade in Aberdeen has died after a Sikorsky S92 rescue helicopter crashed into the Atlantic off Ireland.