A final report is expected later from the AAIB (Air Accidents Investigation Branch) into what caused a fatal helicopter crash in 2013.
One person has been killed and six other injured in an explosion at an oil site in Gabon, according to Sinopec.
An investigation has been launched after a worker died on an offshore oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico.
Norway's safety body the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) has found a number of non-conformities on Transocean rig's emergency preparedness systems.
CNR International said all crane operations on the Murchison platform have been suspended after "significant" damage was caused to a crane yesterday.
An improvement notice has been issued to Teekay for its Petrojarl FPSO (floating, production, storage and offloading) vessel being used on the Foinaven oilfield.
The seventh annual OPITO Safety and Competence Conference - OSCC 2016 - will take place in Kuala Lumpur after making the switch from the Middle East to Malaysia.
The families of three people still missing after part of a power station collapsed have visited the disaster scene as emergency crews admitted it was “highly unlikely” they are still alive.
A new breathing system aims to help improve safety for commercial divers by more than doubling the supply of breathing gas, its manufacturers' claim.
Emergency crews searching for three people missing after part of a power station collapsed said they “haven’t picked up any clear signs of life" overnight.
One person has died and a major search operation is under way for three others after a building collapsed at a power station.
A fuel company has been fined £3 million after gas leaks on one of its platforms over three years ago. ConocoPhillips admitted safety failings at Lincoln Crown Court following two uncontrolled and one controlled gas release 70 miles off the Lincolnshire coast at the end of 2012.
Safety training firm Falck is working together with Airbus Helicopters to help heighten safety in North Sea helicopter operations.
The major Californian gas leak near Los Angeles has raised concerns over the environmental impact and the reliability of technology used in the industry.
A diver has died after suffering critical injuries when he became stuck underwater while carrying out work offshore Norway.
A travel security services provider has told Aberdeen firms not to become fixated on the threat of terrorist attacks when deciding whether to send employees abroad. International SOS, which provides medical advice and referrals for offshore workers and business people travelling to remote locations, said that while the risk of attack has become more prevalent in developed countries, it will never be the biggest danger. Even if you are in a country with a high level of risk, the main hazards will always be petty theft, road traffic accidents and muggings, said Peter Cooper, the company’s regional security manager for the UK and Ireland.
A diver has been flown to hospital with critical injuries after becoming stuck underwater while carrying out work offshore Norway.
Workers had to be evacuated from a drifting installation vessel in the North Sea, according to reports.
Nexen Energy said one person has been killed while another worker has bee hospitalised after an incident at the Long Lake oil sands facility in Alberta.
An explosion at a refinery in California could have been prevented, according to a new government report. The incident at an ExxonMobil oil refinery last year saw an 80,000lb piece of equipment blown clear of the facility.
Officials will discuss the preliminary findings of an investigation into an explosion last year at an ExxonMobil refinery in the US.
Statoil said an earlier gas leak at its Karsto processing plant in Norway has been stopped.
An offshore worker has been evacuated from a North Sea rig.
The Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority has found a number of non-conformities on Statoil’s Valemon platform in the North Sea.
The head of industry body Step Change in Safety urged offshore workers operating in the harsh conditions of the North Sea to use their "stop work authority" if they felt working in severe offshore weather was compromising safety.