Dozens of North Sea oil and gas workers have ceased a long-running union dispute after securing a pay rise of up to £9,000 each.
A consortium led by Macquarie Asset Management has signed a deal with National Grid to take on a further 20% of National Gas in a move that is leaving “alarm bells ringing” at GMB Union.
The head of the GMB warned of the perils of rapidly shutting down the oil and gas industry during a visit to Aberdeen on Monday.
Gary Smith, the general secretary of the GMB union, has said that the UK needs “plans not bans” when looking at energy policy.
GMB also accused Harland & Wolff of not paying its bills, and even failing to provide toilet paper for workers at the troubled site.
A trade union chief has cast doubt on the Scottish Government’s ability to orchestrate an orderly shift away from oil and gas.
Workers at an offshore supply chain firm in Glenrothes will begin a 24-hour strike on Wednesday, in a dispute over pay and conditions.
A bargaining agreement - covering Bilfinger UK's inspection teams working on Taqa’s North Sea assets – has been struck.
Workers at the ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM) Fawley Refinery, the largest integrated petrochemical refinery in the UK, are voting on strikes over a pay dispute.
Another Baker Hughes (NASDAQ: BKR) base could be hit by strikes soon as employees prepare to vote on whether to down tools.
Offshore contractors and union representatives warned against the prospect of “unlawful” strike action this week, as workers prepare to down tools in a bid for pay uplifts in the face of rising cost of living.
A multibillion-pound project to build a new nuclear power station has been given the go-ahead, more than two years after plans were first submitted.
Fears have emerged that the Foinaven FPSO will head overseas for decommissioning, having been sold by owner Teekay.
Updated: Methil wildcat strikes brought to an end with Harland and Wolff and unions poised for talks
Workers taking part in wildcat strikes at the Methil fabrication yard have stood down with negotiations due to start shortly.
China's Dajin Heavy Industry has signed a contract to manufacture and supply monopiles for the Moray West offshore wind farm.
There are concerns that the rest of the world could again reap the lion’s share of the benefits from Scotland’s renewables boom.
Union leaders say they have not seen a ‘candidate shortage’ for North Sea jobs, but that greater engagement with the workforce and better terms will help remove barriers.
The GMB union has called for a share of North Sea gas production to be reserved for UK households and energy-intensive industries in a bid to tackle spiralling costs.
BP, Wintershall DEA and IOG are among the North Sea firms which are monitoring UK Government sanctions against Russia, and could be impacted as tensions escalate.
The £700million to be raised for Scottish Government coffers through the ScotWind auction “must be used” for jobs and training, a trade union has urged.
Energy Voice’s latest monthly supplement has been published with The Press & Journal.
The GMB union has said that a national hydrogen programme could provide jobs for 100,000 people, as Keir Starmer visits the shuttered Rough storage facility in Yorkshire.
The GMB union has said that rigs must not be towed overseas to be broken up, pointing to UK decommissioning jobs as a “perfect opportunity” for the government’s levelling up agenda.
‘Serious concern’ as PBS redundancy proposals clash with delayed maintenance on TotalEnergies assets
Redundancy proposals by the PBS contractor consortium on TotalEnergies’ North Sea assets have sparked “serious concern” amid a growing backlog of delayed maintenance work.
Major energy services companies in the North Sea have today put in place a joint initiative aimed at blocking unskilled labour in the market.