Malaysian operator Hibiscus Petroleum has picked Worley to provide engineering and design services for its Marigold project in the UK North Sea.
Trade union members have voted in favour of a new collective bargaining agreement covering thousands of North Sea workers.
Energy service firm Stork has become the latest company to pledge its support for a newly-drafted collective bargaining deal for North Sea workers.
Trade unions have launched a survey seeking feedback from members on a “ground-breaking” collective bargaining agreement that would cover thousands of North Sea workers.
Hibiscus Petroleum has said it has now entered into “exclusivity arrangements” on an FPSO for its Marigold project in the North Sea.
Employers and unions have given themselves extra time to conclude a new collective bargaining agreement for thousands of North Sea workers.
A trade union boss has hailed the progress made by the oil and gas industry in its quest to create a new collective deal covering thousands of North Sea workers.
A new deal covering thousands of North Sea workers could include a “rate adjustment mechanism” linking pay with oil and gas prices, a key figure behind the talks said.
Efforts to create a new collective agreement for North Sea workers are understood to be “proceeding”.
More than 20 North Sea oil industry big hitters are rallying behind a new collective deal for workers ahead of a critical deadline this week.
A proposed new North Sea collective bargaining agreement will level the playing field for service companies and give workers more protection during turbulent times, industry chiefs said.
Five more energy service firms have agreed to help develop an alternative to a key UK North Sea collective bargaining agreement that is being scrapped.
The Voyageur Spirit floating production unit has arrived at the dry dock in Kishorn on the west coast of Scotland, pictures published on social media show.
The Voyageur Spirit FPSO is on its way to the Kishorn Drydocks after leaving Premier Oil’s Huntington field in the North Sea.
Premier Oil has lost a $12.1m (£9.5m) legal dispute over a contract for the FPSO on the North Sea Huntington field.
An investigation has been launched after a cover hatch failure resulted in a vessel taking on water at a BP-operated field located west of Shetland.
Production on a North Sea vessel has been shut down in response to the removal of a crew member with “flu-like symptoms”.
A workers who was airlifted from a UK North Sea platform has tested positive for the Covid-19 virus.