A motion has been tabled in Westminster calling for a full public inquiry into helicopter safety in the North Sea oil and gas industry.
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A major conference on oil and gas in Iraq has been postponed until next year in the wake of the violent scenes at the Rumaila oilfield last week.
Oil services firm Baker Hughes said its force majeure remains in place in Iraq after the religious violence in the country last week.
A new project aimed at providing advice on alternatives to helicopters for delivering North Sea staff to their platforms has launched.
Aberdeen-based oil and gas industry training body Opito has announced the full line up of speakers for its international safety competency conference in Abu Dhabi next week.
Schlumberger has suspended its operations in Iraq after a British worker was attacked at their camp in Iraq over an alleged religious slight.
Danish oil giant Maersk is to launch a new training programme in a bid to minimise human errors at sea.
Lloyd's Register has been awarded a supply chain excellence award for its blow-out preventer (BOP) risk model programme.
A new campaign aimed at improving North Sea helicopter safety is officially being launched in Aberdeen today.
The findings of an inquiry into helicopter safety in the North Sea oil and gas industry are due to be published within weeks.
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The expertise of the American offshore oil and gas industry outmatches the federal agency that oversees it.
The body of a welder who sparked a massive search operation after falling into the sea from a platform in the Gulf of Mexico has been recovered by rescuers.
Private-equity firm Lonsdale Capital Partners has snapped up a majority stake in Aberdeen company Oteac.
THE last survivor to escape from the wreckage of a helicopter that plunged into the North Sea has revealed he still has nightmares about the disaster.
"Don't just tell me - show me" is the leading theme of this year's international Opito Safety and Competency Conference.
An MP has criticised plans to hold five separate inquiries into North Sea helicopter safety as a “piecemeal” approach that will “do nothing” to allay offshore workers’ concerns.
The United Arab Emirates’ Minister of Energy to open the OPITO Safety and Competency Conference 2013 later this year.
Offshore staff are to receive training in dealing with suicide threats, hostage situations and protesters.
A seminar aimed at improving the occupational health of oil and gas industry workers will take place in Aberdeen this week.
The six finalists for this year's oil and gas safety awards have been announced.
Scottish firm Sabre Safety has grown turnover by 86% and more than doubled the size of its workforce in just three years by helping to clear the air on oil and gas installations offshore.
A Norwegian lifeboat maker has broken a 14-year record for free-fall after dropping its craft into the water from 66.8m
New measures to improve skills on well-control operations are expected to reduce the risk of another Macondo-type well blowout such as happened in the Gulf of Mexico.
The use of walk to work systems in the North Sea has received a boost after another major oil company announced plans to use it.