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.
A coastguard helicopter has gone missing off the west of Ireland.
A £60,000 a year offshore oil worker who frightened his neighbours when he turned up at their door armed with a knife avoided a jail sentence yesterday.
An offshore oil worker frightened his neighbours when he turned up at their door armed with a knife.
Oil workers have taken part in the viral video craze the Mannequin Challenge which has been sweeping social media.
An analyst at Douglas Westwood has predicted that fracking will not turn into a thriving industry in the UK.
Huge waves have been captured on film by a North Sea vessel. The footage was taken by Jeffrey Tuckerman while he was working offshore. It comes after Dolphins were spotted surrounding the bow of the same vessel earlier this month. For the full story visit our sister site Energy Voice.
An offshore oil worker was jailed for eight weeks after admitting stealing two bottles of wine from an Inverness supermarket.
This footage gives a glimpse into the everyday life of North Sea offshore workers.
An offshore worker has praised his colleagues who raised to help as he lay “dead” for 20 minutes after suffering a cardiac arrest off the coast of Egypt.
Aberdeen oil and gas leaders yesterday warned the UK Government not to take its “eye off the ball” during Brexit negotiations.
Peterhead fishing skipper Jimmy Buchan is toasting a successful trip after three days on a North Sea accommodation rig showcasing some of his catch.
An offshore worker is being evacuated from a North Sea platform after sustaining an injury.
An offshore supply vessel has been detained in Aberdeen after 15 Indian nationals allegedly unpaid for two months work were found onboard.
BP’s directors today suffered a symbolic slap in the face after shareholders voted against their pay rises. Nearly 60% rejected the directors’ remuneration report that granted Chief Executive Bob Dudley a 20% increase, taking his package to £14million. Read more at our sister website Energy Voice
North Sea chopper forced to drop to 300ft… after air traffic controller failed to mention plane was flying nearby
A North Sea helicopter pilot who feared he would collide with a plane was forced to take evasive action - after a "relatively new" air traffic controller failed to tell him it was flying nearby.
Offshore workers were put at risk when a supply ship crashed into a platform in the North Sea at high speed.
Pupils from Peterhead Academy triumphed in a Scotland-wide competition to design and test offshore robots.
One of the largest offshore unions will ballot workers to decide whether to move forward with strike action.
A North Sea oil and gas company has saved £600,000 by cutting Sky TV services from its offshore sites.
The offshore workplace does not often make for thoughts of blue skies, idyllic sunsets or striking charcoal and grey blended waves. Those outside the oil and gas sector are perhaps more to prone to imagining industry life as dreary or bleak.
An oil worker celebrating his last night on land before heading offshore for three weeks got so drunk he racially abused a police officer in a shopping centre.
Fire brigade chiefs want to base a specialist maritime unit at a top fishing port.
A survival and health and safety training firm is offering passenger measurement solutions, ahead of new regulations set to come into force in April.
An oil worker has been treated for radiation sickness after sleeping through a warning and wandering into a fenced-off radiation zone.
A Norwegian vessel that caught fire in the North Sea is drifting towards an oil platform.
An offshore worker was airlifted to hospital last night after falling on a North Sea platform.
UK ministers have triggered a fresh row over offshore helicopter safety by dismissing calls for a public inquiry - and claims that commercial pressures risk lives.
An injured offshore worker has been flown from a north east platform to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. Shetland’s coastguard helicopter, rescue-102, was called to transfer the injured worker from the platform to ARI earlier this afternoon. The platform he was flown from and the nature of his injuries is not yet known.
Offshore workers have been subjected to violence, threats, extortion and voyeurism.