Oil services firm Aker Solutions has confirmed 30 jobs are at risk in the north-east.
The company is ceasing fabrication services in the area, meaning hardware will no longer be produced in Aberdeen or Aberdeenshire.
Aker Solutions said it means up to 30 jobs are at risk, primarily in Portlethen.
A spokesman said: “Aker Solutions last week informed employees of an intent to cease local fabrication services in Aberdeen.
“This proposal is likely to result in a redundancy process affecting approximately 30 employees, primarily based in Portlethen.”
Aker Solutions employs around 2,500 people across Aberdeen, Reading and London.
Jake Molloy, the regional organiser for trade union RMT, said: “It’s more bad news for workers in the sector.
“It will of course come as a blow to those involved, but also to the wider offshore sector.”
It’s the latest round of cuts at the energy services firm, which in August announced management jobs were at risk as a result of “restructuring”.
The firm also said in August that up to 150 staff could be cut from a yard in Norway for its subsea services business due to “challenging market conditions”
That news came following an £8million upgrade to a facility in Dyce in April to target the growing subsea market.
Last year Aker Solutions said it would be making a number of job cuts across its operations, letting go around 650 staff in India, the UK and Norway.
Earlier this year North Sea operator ConocoPhillips announced plans to scrap 450 onshore and offshore jobs in the UK by 2020.