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.
A new collective bargaining agreement covering thousands of North Sea workers will deliver a 2.32% pay rise from the start of next year.
The UK Government has pledged to support the advancement of both green and blue hydrogen as part of plans to create a “thriving” low carbon sector.
A new collective bargaining agreement covering around 5,000 UK North Sea workers is now in force at all signatory companies.
Unions are threatening strikes after talks stalled on an IR35 pay dispute for Bilfinger Salamis workers on North Sea assets.
Trade union members have voted in favour of a new collective bargaining agreement covering thousands of North Sea workers.
Energy service firm Stork has become the latest company to pledge its support for a newly-drafted collective bargaining deal for North Sea workers.
Trade unions have launched a survey seeking feedback from members on a “ground-breaking” collective bargaining agreement that would cover thousands of North Sea workers.
Scottish manufacturing firm Burntisland Fabrications (BiFab) has been placed into administration, the company has confirmed.
The company that owns Burntisland Fabrications (BiFab) was "shocked" and "incredibly disappointed" when Scottish Government ministers pulled the plug on providing further financial support for the business, MSPs have been told.
Thousands of British Gas workers are to be balloted on strikes in a dispute over new contracts.
The Scottish Government cannot legally provide any more financial support to the struggling BiFab yards, Economy Secretary Fiona Hyslop has said.
The Economy Secretary is being urged to be transparent over the decision making process which led to the Scottish Government withdrawing its support for Burntisland Fabrications (BiFab).
The Scottish Government has been urged to “pick up the phone” to Westminster and ask for support to secure the future of Burntisland Fabrications (BiFab).
A former UK energy minister has called on the Scottish Government to “come clean” about the terms of a lease agreement for a mothballed BiFab yard on the Isle of Lewis.
More than 20 North Sea oil industry big hitters are rallying behind a new collective deal for workers ahead of a critical deadline this week.