An offshore worker has been hospitalised after sustaining a “crushing injury” at a North Sea oilfield.
First oil from Equinor’s giant Johan Sverdrup field is to be shipped to China, the Norwegian operator has announced.
Aberdeen is to be better connected to Norway with the launch of new flights from the north-east.
Energy service firm DOF Subsea confirmed today that it expects to lay off a number of employees in Aberdeen and Bergen.
VIDEO: Helicopter crash involving three Brits was caused by fuel cover tangling in blades, AIBN reveal
A horror helicopter crash involving three Britons off Norway was caused by a loose tarpaulin getting tangled in the blades, it has emerged.
One person has been seriously hurt and two more injured after a helicopter from Shetland crashed off the Norwegian coast.
Ports in the north-east of Scotland have denied charging oil support vessels over the odds for harbour berthing spaces and services.
More than 50 jobs are expected to be lost in Bergen, Norway, following shipping firm Stolt-Nielsen’s takeover of a rival business, a local media report said.
A Statoil boss in Bergen said he believes the company could start hiring again soon.
The disbelief in my initial reaction, to yet another tragic helicopter accident, was surpassed quickly by an overwhelming and heartfelt sadness that, once again, we had lost more colleagues as they simply travelled home from another offshore trip.
More than 23,000 people have so far signed a petition calling for the Civil Aviation Authority to permanently remove the Airbus EC225 Super Puma from service.
The names of eight people on board a North Sea helicopter crash have been revealed by Norwegian Police.
The doomed Super Puma EC225 had its gearbox and rotor head replaced within the past four months according to the Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority.
Norway's largest trade union has called for the immediate retirement of the Airbus EC225 helicopter following the Bergen helicopter tragedy.
A search for the passengers and crew on a North Sea helicopter flight which crashed into the North Sea has been stood down.
Aker Solutions has closed its fabrication operation at Agotnes, near Bergen in Norway, with the loss of 60 jobs.
Songa Offshore said it plans to issue a convertible bond of $100million with an option to increase it by a further five million as it looks to complete comprehensive refinancing.
A rig which was battered by huge waves in the Norwegian North Sea leaving one worker dead and two injured had not been tested for the impact of a wave.
COSL Drilling said an investigation launched by the Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority will aim to answer whether the death of an offshore worker could have been prevented. Rune Morten Narvag was killed when a massive wave hit the COSL Innovator in the Norwegian North Sea. The rig was on contract to Statoil in the Troll field west of Bergen when the accident happened.
Norwegian shipping heavyweight GC Rieber has agreed to take early redelivery of the survey vessel Polar Duke from Dolphin Geophysical as part of an overall restructuring agreement to improve Dolphin's competitiveness in a challenging market.
Bergen Group said the sale of the company's rig-service activity has fallen through. Last month, the company had signed a deal with Semco Maritime for the operational activity at the Hanotangen yard and with Hellick Teigen for the real estate there. The deal was planned to close by April 30.