The former chief executive of Wood Group and a number of other prominent industry members have stepped down from their posts with the Energy Jobs taskforce after a committee reshuffle.
Bob Keiller, who stepped down from his role with the company in 2014, had been part of the Scottish Government taskforce until earlier this year.
According to documents of the minutes from a meeting held in Aberdeen, he stepped down from the post alongside Global Energy’s Roy McGregor and Gordon Ballard of Schlumberger.
The former boss of BP’s North Sea operations Trevor Garlick agreed to continue on with the group while new members were appointed including David Clark, Ray Riddoch of Nexen and Russell Borthwick.
Other outgoing members of the taskforce included former Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce chief executive Bob Collier and Aker Solutions Matt Corbin.
In minutes from the meeting the head of the taskforce, Lena Wilson, thanked the former taskforce members for their contribution since its set-up.
The taskforce was created as a result of the continued decline in global oil price to help support both workers and business affect by the change in oil price.
A meeting was held of the Energy Taskforce was held earlier this week in Aberdeen and came on the same day as production figures were given a boost.