An underground pipeline has spewed out thousands of gallons of crude oil near the Southern Californian coast.
Statoil has been hit with a number of improvement points after an audit was carried out on the Johan Sverdrup export pipelines.
A man has died following a gas “blow-out” at one of Europe’s deepest mines.
Norway’s industry safety body has formally imposed an order on BP to act on its crane maintenance and materials handling on the Ula and Valhall facilities.
A Hampshire-based energy company has been fined for releasing natural gas and crude oil.
Union organisation Offshore Coordinating Group said offshore workers remained concerned about any resumption of flights of the Airbus Super Puma H225, following the Norwegian authorities decision to ban all flights, including search and rescue missions.
A number of non-conformities have been raised after an audit of Statoil’s onshore facility at Mongstad in Norway.
Statoil has been given a clean bill of health for its Johan Sverdrup drilling facility after an audit was carried out by the Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA).
A contract worker at a Chemical plant in Texas has died after being injured last month.
An investigation is underway after a fire broke out aboard the Hibernia platform offshore Canada earlier this week.
Workers from Suncor Energy are set to return to facilities closed during a massive wildfire in Canada.
A man working on a Statoil rig in South Korea has died following an incident last month where he was injured.
More than 23,000 people have so far signed a petition calling for the Civil Aviation Authority to permanently remove the Airbus EC225 Super Puma from service.
Brazilian prosecutors have filed a $43billion civil lawsuit against BHP Billiton and Vale for social, environmental and economic compensation in relation to the failure of the Fundao tailings dam at the Samarco iron ore operation in Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Safety and efficiency in marine operations will be the focus of a major conference to be held in Aberdeen next month.
An investigation has been launched after the death of a man working on a ship being operated by Technip in the Cromarty Firth.
Belarusian milk has been found to contain a radioactive isotope at levels 10 times above the nation’s food safety limits.
Pemex has said the death toll from a petrochemical plant blast has risen to 28 workers.
A lessons learned report after a crane accident on CNR's Murchison platform has found it was a "high potential" incident.
The number of fatalities after a leak caused a deadly petrochemical plant blast has risen to 24, officials have confirmed.
Workers on Statoil’s Mariner project have been injured while carrying out construction work for its flagship North Sea Mariner project.
Oil and gas workers are being urged to ensure they have taken precautions against one of the world's biggest killer diseases as they search further afield to find work away from the North Sea.
The Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) has asked companies to assess their rigs following the death of a worker on the COSL Innovator last year.
Iqarus has added the United Nations (UN) and Nato to its client base after completing its second takeover of 2016, the Aberdeen-based occupational healthcare business said yesterday. Bosses at Iqarus said the acquisition of remote medical support provider Exmed would “propel” the company into some of the world’s most difficult operating environments. Iqarus declined to give a price for the takeover of Exmed, which has supported operations as far afield as Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Siberia, but did reveal talks with other takeover targets were at an “advanced stage”.
An investigation is underway by ConocoPhillips after a man fell 2metre on the Ekofisk platform in the Norwegian Sea.