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.
Staffing levels are increasing at LNG Canada following a COVID-19 outbreak in November and December.
As cases of COVID-19 surge, companies with essential workers and operations are starting to realise that living - or working - with a pandemic is now the reality. As such, there are several fundamental practices companies must embrace in order to manage a workforce’s health and safety during a pandemic and beyond.
An Aberdeen-headquartered shipping agency has revealed that crew change costs rose fivefold last year due to complications caused by Covid-19 restrictions.
Oil dropped the most in two weeks with OPEC+ yet to resolve an impasse on whether to keep raising production at a time when the pandemic threatens demand.
It’s hard to think that this time last year, at the very start of 2020, we had little idea what was to come and could never have imagined how much our lives would be turned upside down.
Oil climbed as the UK is poised to grant regulatory approval to another Covid-19 vaccine and as the US passed its stimulus bill into law.
Families across the UK are preparing for a Christmas like no other. With the announcement earlier this month of a ‘Christmas bubble’ –the forming of up to three households, who can stay together from 23 to 27 December, as agreed by all four UK nations, families up and down the country are deciding who to include.
Oil fell after posting a seventh weekly gain on concern a mutation of Covid-19 discovered in the U.K. could speed transmission of the virus and lead to more lockdowns.
The UK Government has been urged to give “more detail” on planned support for the oil and gas industry in order to give the sector greater confidence.
The UK Government will continue the furlough scheme until the end of April 2021 in an effort to ensure firms are able to survive the continued economic disruption.
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