Amec Foster Wheeler is in consultation with staff as it looks to make cost savings during the oil price decline.
In line with a number of companies, including BP and Shell, the company said a number of its Aberdeen-based employees jobs were at risk.
It is understood that while the company is in consultation with 149 members of staff, the move is likely to affect 64 roles.
A spokeswoman said:”We confirm that we have started a consultation process with our Aberdeen-based employees about the impact on jobs of the downturn of the oil and gas market. The consultation process includes looking at mitigating the impact through a variety of measures, including other cost savings, and moving people to the company’s other diversified operations.”
Both Wood Group and Petrofac have also confirmed they are in discussion with staff over jobs.
Petrofac has said in addition to positions affected by EnQuest’s move to three on, three off shifts earlier this month, it is in discussion regarding a further 21 positions offshore and around 100 jobs onshore – although it is understood the figure is expected to be much less.
Wood Group said it had launched a consultation with about 380 staff in its Wood Group PSN business – 80 of whom are expected to lose their jobs – following an operational review aimed at reducing costs and improving efficiency.
It is anticipated a further 12 roles will go in the company’s Wood Group Kenny subsidiary.