The boss of Shell (LON: SHEL) has given an update on the supermajor’s plans for decommissioning the iconic Brent Charlie platform.
With the Charlie platform being the only installation still in the famous Brent field, Shell’s (LON: SHEL) decommissioning construction manager says, “the end of an era is now quickly approaching".
Fresh questions have risen on whether Shell will be allowed to leave the huge legs of the Brent field in the North Sea.
Medics working on several Shell platforms in the North Sea are to be balloted on strike action after knocking back a “real term” pay cut.
Verification agency Bureau Veritas (EPA: BVI) has won a multimillion-pound deal to support dozens of Shell platforms in the UK.
It is understood that the sailaway for the floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel for the Shell Penguins field has been delayed.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is investigating an incident involving three offshore workers and the release of inert gas from a high-pressure hose during decommissioning work on the Brent Charlie platform.
A North Sea oil and gas worker has emerged through an “up and down journey” of furlough and frustration to being nominated at a national awards for Scotland’s top apprentices.
Shell has released a new documentary marking the life and final days of production on the Brent Charlie platform.
Shell has moved to reassure offshore workers that they will receive their full day rate, even if they’re forced to return home due to Covid-19 concerns.
Shell has announced plans to begin testing North Sea workers for Covid-19 before they head offshore.
A decision on whether Shell will be allowed to keep the giant legs of the Brent field in the North Sea forever has been “postponed”.
The Shell Penguins redevelopment is making progress with the arrival of three huge subsea structures in Invergordon.
Bristow Helicopters has used modified three former search and rescue (SAR) helicopters to bring North Sea workers suspected to have coronavirus to shore.
A worker who has shown symptoms of the coronavirus has been placed into quarantine on Shell’s Brent Charlie platform in the North Sea.
Archer said yesterday that it is looking for opportunities to redeploy crew after Shell decided to terminate early a North Sea well decommissioning contract.
Shell has confirmed that all crew returned to the Brent Charlie platform yesterday.
Inspectors forced Shell to shut down a North Sea platform in June after discovering pipework was in a dangerous condition.
Shell was hit with a prohibition notice earlier this year over safety concerns on the Brent Charlie platform.
Shell has said production is likely to be back up in the "next few days" on Brent Charlie after a power failure led to 29 workers being downmanned last week.
A power failure on board Shell's Brent Charlie platform led to 29 oilworkers being downmanned.