Neptune Energy today announced it has donated 50 laptops to support online learning for pupils at two London schools, following reports of a major shortage of computer equipment for schoolchildren.
BP is reducing the number of workers on one of its North Sea platforms after an increase in the number of Covid-19 cases recorded on board.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson has said oil and gas workers travelling back into Scotland could be granted exemption from enforced quarantine measures.
Covid-19 deaths at Mexico’s state-owned oil giant accelerated last month at the fastest pace since August amid a second wave of infections in the nation.
An Aberdeen charity is quite literally taking stock as many offices in Europe’s oil and gas capital now lie empty.
Workers and unions have accused an Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm of refusing to pay staff that have been forced to quarantine due to Covid-19 concerns.
Ithaca Energy has restarted production on its FPF-1 platform in the North Sea following a Covid outbreak two weeks ago.
The rapid roll out of Covid-19 vaccinations offers some light at the end of the tunnel after a year of restrictions, economic hardship and illness, and has been welcomed by most of the population. However, some remain concerned about the speed at which the vaccines have been developed. Surveys have reported that perhaps a third of UK citizens would be reluctant to receive the vaccine for various reasons including the potential unknown, long-term side-effects.
Several crew members on an Aberdeen registered vessel were left needing hospital treatment after a Covid-19 outbreak on board.
More than a dozen workers have been removed from a North Sea installation after two separate cases of Covid-19 were detected on board.
French giant Total has become the latest oil company to suffer a serious outbreak of Covid-19 on one of its UK North Sea facilities.
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) is calling for North Sea workers to be able to receive a Covid vaccine “as a priority” after a spike in virus-related evacuations in recent weeks.
A Covid outbreak at Score Group has led to 33 employees self-isolating.
Organisers of Subsea Expo said today they had made the “difficult but sensible” decision to call off this year’s event due to the worsening of the Covid-19 pandemic.
More than 300 corporations and NGOs have signed a pledge to tackle the crew change crisis and improve health protocols.
A north-east charity is asking for donations of surplus offshore thermal wear to help its staff and service users keep warm in the depths of winter.
Apache has confirmed that a pair of workers have been removed from the Forties Bravo installation due to Covid-19.
US oilfield equipment and service firm Weatherford dealt another painful blow to the Aberdeen oil industry yesterday by confirming plans to shut down its manufacturing facilities in the city.
The International Energy Agency lowered forecasts for global oil demand as renewed lockdowns to contain the pandemic temper the recovery expected this year.
After a truly challenging 2020, hopefully 2021 will offer something to look forward to.
Big businesses have been told to pay small suppliers within 30 days as the Government strengthened the Prompt Payment Code.
Engineering and consultancy giant Wood said today that its revenues fell by more than a fifth in 2020 due to challenging trading conditions.
Oil demand will grow at “a little over 4 million barrels per day” in 2021, King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Centre (KAPSARC) president Adam Sieminski has predicted.
The environmental watchdog for the UK offshore oil and gas industry has temporarily paused routine offshore inspections due to the worsening of the Covid-19 situation.
Dubai has been added to Scotland's travel quarantine list with travellers returning from the country told to self-isolate for 10 days.