A shortage of spare parts poses "significant safety and operational risks" for a key offshore oil and gas helicopter type, a leading trade body has warned.
The storm that has prompted a red weather warning in the north-east of Scotland has caused flights from Aberdeen heliport to offshore installations to be cancelled.
Offshore Helicopter Services, which was taken over by a South African firm in January, blamed the windfall tax and lower client activity.
In oil and gas, the American Institute Chemical Engineers found corporate memory of an incident was almost completely gone after three years.
The Aberdeen-based helicopter operator CHC has launched software to cut customer emissions and Shell was amongst the first to try it out.
Dyce-based helicopter operator, CHC, has secured a multimillion-pound contract with energy supermajor Shell (LON: SHEL) to support its operations in the North Sea for five years.
Offshore Helicopter Services, formerly known as Babcock's North Sea business, has been formally acquired by South Africa's Ultimate Aviation.
Helicopters travelling across the North Sea are facing delays this morning as snow hits the region.
As 20,000 homes have been left without power in the wake of Storm Otto, North Sea flights from Aberdeen and Shetland are being cancelled and delayed.
CHC Helicopter has named the former head of Maersk Drilling as its new CEO.
Across Aberdeen and Sumburgh, 30 helicopter flights have been either cancelled or delayed this morning due to heavy snow.
The veil of snow cloaking the north-east of Scotland has brought many services to a halt in Aberdeen and offshore bound helicopters are no exception.
An abrupt management shakeup at CHC has raised questions over turbulence at the North Sea helicopter operator.
CHC helicopters general manager Per Andre Rykhus has stepped down from his role at the company, creating a "brief operational pause in Norway".
Helicopter operator CHC has been ordered by the UK's competition watchdog to sell off its newly-acquired Babcock North Sea business.
‘Failures and contradictions’: CHC lands scathing attack on competition watchdog over Babcock findings
CHC has launched a scathing critique of the competition watchdog for what it calls “incomplete, selective and deficient” analysis of its takeover move for Babcock.
The market watchdog has said that the takeover of Babcock Aviation by CHC Helicopters would lead to a “significant loss” of competition in the North Sea, as its final decision looms.
Dozens of flights going to and from North Sea oil and gas installations have been impacted as Storm Eunice hits the region.
Offshore Helicopter Services, the new name for the former Babcock Aberdeen business, has landed a new North Sea contract with Well-Safe Solutions.
CHC has told competition authorities that its takeover target of Babcock Aviation is “not a particularly serious competitive threat” to the company.
Helicopter operator CHC has landed a contract to transport workers for the Capricorn Energy (formerly Cairn Energy) Diadem drilling campaign in the North Sea.
CHC helicopter has been given five days to address “concerns” raised by the competition watchdog over its takeover of rival Babcock before an investigation is escalated.
The Babcock oil and gas helicopter operation in Aberdeen is to be renamed while the competition watchdog mulls a takeover by rival CHC.
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Babcock International has announced the completion of the sale of its oil and gas aviation business to CHC Helicopters.