Dozens of jobs are at risk at Aberdeen engineering firm TDC, despite the company’s hope to stave off redundancies.
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The Scottish and UK Governments have been urged to work together to introduce an exemption to coronavirus rules that mean offshore oil workers are required to self-isolate on the mainland.
Genny Hire is a well-established plant hire company which has continued to develop and expand since first opening its doors in 2008.
Organisers of Subsea Expo have opted to postpone the 2021 showcase due to the recent tightening of Covid-19 restrictions.
The Covid-19 pandemic has been one of the most impactful influences on the global workplace in recent years. Not since the advent of PCs and the introduction of the internet and email have organisations from every sector felt such a dramatic change in the way they work.
Global oil demand is expected to peak at just over 102 million barrels per day (bpd) by 2028, two years earlier than originally thought.
Oil kicked off what promises to be a turbulent week of trading by plunging to a five-month low as a continued increase in Libyan crude production coincided with a wave of new virus-lockdown measures in Europe.
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.
Oil futures bounced back from session lows as stronger-than-expected US economic growth data and signs that Europe may get more stimulus offset some of the fallout from renewed lockdown restrictions.
Electricity demand is unlikely to return to normal levels even after the development of a coronavirus vaccine, according to a new report by scientists from Columbia University.
International energy services provider Hunting has made further job losses as it continues to battle the dual impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and the oil price slump.
Energy giant BP returned to profit in the third quarter of 2020 as the firm benefitted from the absence of the huge write-offs and impairments which dented its previous results in August.
Industry body Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) said today it is seeing “very worrying signs” for employment in the North Sea sector.
Shell has announced plans to begin testing North Sea workers for Covid-19 before they head offshore.
Aberdeen faces a “tough winter ahead” as new figures show job opportunities in the city are the worst in the UK.
A restructuring specialist has warned more North Sea oilfield service firms are “operating in crisis mode” and that he expects to see higher levels of insolvencies next year.
Billions of pounds of extra help has been announced for firms and workers hit by coronavirus restrictions.
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Trade union chiefs said yesterday that offshore workers have “a lot of concern” about North Sea firms’ ability to keep a lid on Covid-19 while increasing crew numbers on platforms.
The UK’s workplace safety watchdog has accused two offshore energy sector firms of putting crew at “serious risk” of catching Covid-19.
North Sea safety bosses have insisted the oil and gas industry is “still in control”, despite a recent resurgence of Covid-19 offshore.
Workers have been flown off a platform in the Central North Sea over fears about an outbreak of Covid-19 on board.
More than a dozen workers have been removed from a North Sea platform after a colleague tested positive for Covid-19.
As the days get shorter and the weather gets colder, the signs are all there that we’re heading into winter, whilst also facing a spiralling pandemic.