Offshore helicopter flights are cancelled today as strong winds and snow buffet the north-east.
North Sea helicopter flights have been disrupted by the arrival of Storm Caroline.
A helicopter has been given a clean bill of health following claims that one of its doors opened mid-flight.
A North Sea oil and gas helicopter boss is swapping aviation for a maritime role as the new chief executive of Aberdeen Harbour Board (AHB).
Centrica has enlisted Babcock International to help it plan the decommissioning of the Rough 47/8A platforms and infrastructure in the southern North Sea.
A North Sea helicopter landed on the wrong offshore platform after one of the crew punched in the wrong code during flight planning, it has emerged.
The substation topside for E.ON’s Rampion wind farm project has made the voyage from Rosyth to the south coast of England.
A project launched this week could see Orkney become a hub for liquefied natural gas (LNG) supplies in the north of Scotland.
Persistence paid off for NHV yesterday when the Belgian helicopter operator officially unveiled its heliport in Aberdeen, several years after deciding to come to Scotland.
The number of hours flown by Sikorsky S-92 helicopters in the North Sea has gone up 50% since Super Pumas were grounded following a fatal crash in Norway.
Babcock has been awarded a contract to build two offshore transformer modules for SSE's Beatrice windfarm off the Scottish coast.
Wood Group has landed a $120million contract with Babcock International.
Ongoing nuclear decommissioning work at Dounreay has boosted sales at Babcock International.
A major milestone has been reached in the delivery of 73 subsea structures for BP’s Quad 204 offshore development project. Babcock International Services has completed two manifolds – the largest and most complex constructions within the project – at its Rosyth facility on the Forth. The structures, which were manufactured, painted and outfitted at the site, were transported to Lerwick by freighter and then transferred to a dedicated heavy lift vessel for installation at the Schiehallion and Loyal oil and gas fields.
Babcock International’s David Goodfellow is leading the defence giant’s move into North Sea oil and gas at what could be considered an interesting time for the sector. At Rosyth Dockyard, Babcock International is almost three-quarters of the way through building 74 subsea structures that will extend the life of BP’s Schiehallion and Loyal fields West of Shetland. The £30million contract on BP’s “Quad204” project was one of the largest of its kind, and it is a deliberate move by Babcocks into diversifying its order books.