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On August 23 last year four people died when a CHC-operated Super Puma L2 plunged into the sea two miles from Sumburgh Airport.
A leading light of the energy industry today revealed he fears for Scotland's future if it votes for independence and warned it would have just 15 years left before depleting North Sea oil reserves began to hit jobs and the economy.
As part of Energy Voice’s series examining the monumental transformation the offshore helicopter industry is undergoing, The Press and Journal’s energy editor Jeremy Cresswell took a dive to give his own verdict.
US air strikes defending the Kurdish position in Iraq have temporarily settled the markets confident about the short-term supplies from one of the biggest oil producers in the world.
North Sea oil and the key role it will play after Scotland's independence decision has boiled to the top of the debate agenda as the historic vote in September approaches.
Over the past 40 years SPE Aberdeen has evolved into a neutral platform where the industry can discuss, debate and collaborate.
A Scottish renewables trade body has taken a fresh approach to spreading the word about green energy – in a new online animation.
The £15million funding by the UK Government towards the new energy regulator will ensure the body can address the industry's needs as soon as possible, believes a Scotland Office Minister.
North Sea-focused development and production firm Independent Oil & Gas (IOG) is hoping to more than treble its discovered resources following the next round of UK licencing.
Author Loren Steffy once described the North Sea as the stuff of “Gothic legend”.
The problem of growing waistlines among the offshore workforce was the key focus of an inaugural seminar at the Aberdeen Clinic.
Consistency and collaboration will be key to UK retaining its place at the forefront of oil and gas technology, believes the leader of a new subsea institute's steering group.
Money matters relating to the North Sea oil and gas industry have been one of the key issues debated by economists and politicians during Thursday's Scottish Independence, organised by the Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce (AGCC).
The chair of Aberdeen-based Oil and Gas Innovation Centre has been appointed the first director of Robert Gordon University's newest industry-focused initiative.
Oil and gas companies from the north-east will help to lead a $1trillion hunt for lucrative metals at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, the Press and Journal can reveal.
The Beiji plant, Iraq's biggest oil refinery, has become the latest target of the escalating conflict in the country, raising concerns over production in the region.
It is in the interest of all energy operators to work together on improving safety across the sector, a panel of industry representatives.
The biggest asset of the new oil and gas regulator will be its ability to stimulate collaboration, believes Sir Ian Wood.
The UK Government is looking to ease off the tax regime for the oil and gas sector in the coming years to maximise investment and stimulate North Sea economic recovery, claims the Chief Secretary to the Treasury.
The UK Government has assembled all the right tools in place to start taking action towards implementing the Wood recommendations, believes Oil & Gas UK economics director and the report's co-creator.
Oil and gas representatives and government figures discussed the progress the sector has made towards putting the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) activity back on track at the first Oil & Gas UK conference.
The UK Government's penny-pinching is costing the oil and gas industry "vast potential for the future", claims the Scottish First Minister.
More than half a year after the initial move in, the slogan "New in town. Here to stay" celebrated the official opening of Statoil's new Aberdeen office.
Ukraine and Russia failed to reach an agreement on natural gas deliveries during overnight negotiations hosted by the European Union as Gazprom insisted on receiving a debt payment before a deadline today.