North Sea helicopter operator CHC is poised to lay off more than 20 employees in Aberdeen amid the crude price slump and Covid-19 pandemic.
Engineering service firm Babcock International slumped into the red in 2019-20 after suffering hefty impairments largely pinned on the “deteriorating” oil and gas market.
With the right leadership, the new working norms created by the Covid-19 lockdown can help advance the “inclusion agenda”, oil industry chiefs said today.
Industry chiefs are fighting in Westminster and Capitol Hill to support global helicopter firms that operate in the UK North Sea, warning some “will probably not survive”.
The UK’s crippled offshore helicopter sector faces more financial restructuring, “opportunistic M&A” and possibly even government intervention, according to new analysis.
The deadly Covid-19 outbreak has brought about a "complete one-eighty" for North Sea helicopter operators and changed the lives of pilots -- as well as their families.
A trade union official has said the North Sea is firmly in the grip of coronavirus “fear” and lamented a perceived lack of leadership.
An emergency was declared earlier today at Sumburgh Airport after a helicopter taking off was caught up in a lightning storm.
Exceptional oil and gas companies and their dedicated employees were recognised at one of the industry’s most prestigious award ceremonies on Friday night.
Firms which excel in health and safety and renewables will be recognised at the north-east’s prestigious energy awards next month.
CHC has announced it is on the trail for an acquisition opportunity in the helicopter market.
Helicopter operator CHC Group has announced the resignation of its president and chief executive, Karl Fessenden.
Trade union bosses have issued fresh calls for a public inquiry into North Sea helicopter safety after a report showed fatigue was a factor in a “near miss” at Aberdeen Airport.
The RMT trade union has vowed to step up pressure for a public inquiry into offshore helicopter safety after a report showed engineer fatigue contributed to the collapse of an aircraft's landing gear.
Investigators have said engineers’ “lack of experience and fatigue” contributed to the collapse of a North Sea helicopter's landing gear.
A union boss has criticised “unacceptable” pressure on workers in response to a report into a safety incident on a North Sea helicopter.
The rapid response to a crack found in a North Sea helicopter last week was a “very good example” of the inspection system working well, industry chiefs said.
Offshore helicopter safety will be under the spotlight at an event in Aberdeen next week.
North Sea helicopter pilots working for CHC have voted to take strike action following a pay dispute.
Helicopter operator CHC has announced a new contract win with Capricorn Norge, a subsidiary of Scottish oil exploration firm Cairn Energy.
The parent company of a North Sea helicopter firm, which also carries out search and rescue operations in the UK, is considering taking US-style bankruptcy to end its debt woes.
CHC helicopters and Aberdeen University have won a £54,000 grant for a research project into the psychological factors influencing flight safety.
As the latest recruits make their way at CHC, Eddie Matthews, a helicopter operator in the North Sea, is keeping a watchful eye on their progress.
The glitterati of the oil and gas industry were treated to a spellbinding evening of food, drinks, music and dancing at The Press and Journal Energy Snow Ball on Saturday.
A dozen fresh faced apprentice engineers will be joining the ranks at a North Sea helicopter firm as it looks to strengthen its capabilities in the UK.