BG Group has been reprimanded after failing to install fire safety equipment on an offshore gas processing platform that was first recommended 14 years ago, it has been discovered.
It sounds like science fiction. Yet a cure for Acute Radiation Syndrome (ARS) may be on the horizon thanks to an Israeli scientist and a team from Pluristem Therapeutics Inc.
Norway's offshore safety watchdog has ordered Maersk Drilling to sort out safety procedures on a rig which is on contract Total E&P.
Two helicopters came within 400ft vertically during a reported near miss in the North Sea.
A subsidiary of oil giant Shell has agreed to pay a $2.4million fine in compensation after a tanker exploded killing more than 200 people.
A Bristow helicopter had all four main rotor blades "destroyed" after hitting the roof of a parked truck, it has emerged.
An AgustaWestland helicopter was ditched in the Arabian Gulf after engine oil temperatures soared to dangerously high levels.
A coal mine explosion in northern Iran has trapped dozens of miners and killed at least two, according to state media.
Former Wood Group chief executive Bob Keiller and Scottish Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse will speak at a safety event in Aberdeen.
The memory of Chernobyl is still strongly retained and solemnly commemorated in Ukraine, where, again, I will spend another Chernobyl Anniversary, on 26th April.
31 years ago today the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine, close to the Belarus border, was hit by an explosion and fire.
Chernobyl 31 years on: ‘Nuclear power is the ultimate unsustainable form of energy’, Friends of the Earth
Environmental group Friends of the Earth Scotland has branded atomic power the "ultimate unsustainable form of energy" on the anniversary of the worst nuclear disaster in mankind's history.
Energy Voice is marking the 31st anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster with a series of articles.
On April 26, 1986 a disaster that would affect the entire Western world unfolded.
Aberdeen-based Cutting Underwater Technologies (CUT) has complied with an improvement notice from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has sounded the call for nominations as it prepares to celebrate the champions of North Sea safety.
Whilst predicting any trends in the current international climate seems to be a difficult task, there are some certainties; healthier staff are more productive, with less sickness absence and improved safety performance.
Royal Dutch Shell’s Nigeria subsidiary “fiercely opposed” environmental testing and is concealing data showing thousands of Nigerians are exposed to health hazards from oil spills, according to a geologist.
A North Sea production vessel contracted on behalf of energy giant Shell was found to have a backlog of nearly 500 mechanical corrosion and defect reports during a recent safety inspection.
Statoil has halted drilling operations on the Gullfaks B after a 17 ton crane crashed 10 meters to the deck, according to Norwegian media reports.
A fire broke out on a North Sea platform after crude oil pumped against a closed valve for nearly an hour - with the temperature rising from 33 degrees Celsius to 344C.
An offshore worker has been killed and five more injured after an explosion on board an ultra deep water service vessel.
Norway's offshore safety body claims cost cutting has impacted safety and more must be done to "reverse the trend".
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has warned EnQuest following a gas leak on its Producer FPSO last year.
Canada's Nexen has been hit with a health and safety enforcement order for failing to maintain an emergency shut-down valve on a North Sea platform.