A fledgling plug and abandonment firm which recently received a £66 million investment has said it “expected” its £2.7m loss.
Offshore workers have been subjected to violence, threats, extortion and voyeurism.
A senior oil executive who falsely claimed £80,000 in expenses from the company he worked for has narrowly avoided jail.
At the end of a fatal accident inquiry into his death yesterday, Sheriff Annella Cowan said the medical evidence led during the hearing was nothing more than speculative.
A young dad who died while hundreds of feet underwater had complained that the equipment around his neck was too tight before embarking on a dive, a court heard yesterday.
A sheriff presiding over a fatal accident inquiry into the death of a young North Sea diver wants to explore the possibility that he may have unknowingly been suffering from diabetes.
The two divers working alongside Russell Robinson at the time of the tragedy were physically and emotionally shattered after the hour-long attempted rescue.
A court was shown the horrific final moments of a dying North Sea diver as colleagues tried desperately to save his life almost 500ft beneath the water's surface.
A peeping Tom offshore worker who used his phone to secretly film a female colleague while she showered has been placed on the sex offenders register.
EXCLUSIVE: Two oil workers with a string of convictions for city centre violence have blamed their criminal behaviour on earning too much money.
A fatal accident inquiry is to be held next month into the deaths of 16 people who were killed after a Super Puma crashed into the North Sea almost five years ago.
A salvage operation is under way after a seafarer was lost when stormy seas swamped his ship at the weekend.
Two Super Puma helicopters were at the centre of fresh safety fears yesterday.
Offshore union representative Jake Molloy said Eurocopter had made a good effort at trying to restore the industry's confidence in the aircraft.
THE crew of a North Sea support vessel have been praised for saving the life of a diver who was stranded nearly 300ft underwater with no air line.
A major oil and gas safety conference is to take place next year to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Piper Alpha disaster.
The leaking Elgin platform was last night labelled "the well from hell" by one environmentalist.
Rural Affairs and Environment Secretary Richard Lochhead last night said: "The Scottish Government continues to closely monitor developments at the Elgin gas installation in the North Sea.
Oil and gas union leaders have called for all platforms within a five-mile radius to be evacuated after fears the gas cloud may be travelling in their direction.
The flare on the oil platform is still burning, it was confirmed last night.