A vessel owner has been ordered to up its game after a raft of issues related to the monitoring and managing of alarms were uncovered on a North Sea ship.
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‘I honestly can’t believe no one has been killed’: Whistleblowers raise serious HSE concerns over Valaris rig project
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is investigating after workers at a yard in Seaton Carew flagged a series of severe incidents during upgrade work on a Valaris rig.
Perenco has been pulled up by the safety watchdog over its decommissioning of a Southern North Sea platform.
Perenco has been issued with a notice to improve after Health and Safety Executive (HSE) inspectors found more than 400 overdue repairs orders, over 200 of which were safety and safety-critical items.
Dana Petroleum has been warned by the safety watchdog after it found employees were put at risk of exposure to legionella bacteria on its Triton FPSO.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has warned Repsol Sinopec Resources UK (RSRUK) after hundreds of kilos of equipment fell dangerously close to offshore workers during a lifting operation on the Claymore platform.
Ithaca Energy has received a warning from the safety watchdog after being caught with several years-late integrity checks on its Alba oil storage vessel and a crack in a cargo tank.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has warned TotalEnergies over a series of failures in its maintenance processes on the Gryphon Alpha, leading to risks of “fire and explosion”.
A project to remove an “eyesore” from the Cromarty Firth has stalled, having been plagued by business disputes and a flurry of health and safety orders.
Investigations are ongoing after an accident on an onshore wind farm construction site in Shetland that resulted in the death of a worker.
Operator CNR International has been slammed by the safety watchdog after it was found to have delayed 36,000 hours of North Sea maintenance.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is investigating an incident involving three offshore workers and the release of inert gas from a high-pressure hose during decommissioning work on the Brent Charlie platform.
Shell has been landed with a warning from the safety watchdog after it found there were no lifeboats available on one of its North Sea platforms.
BW Offshore has been ordered to improve after workers were put in serious danger on Harbour Energy’s (LON: HBR) Catcher field.
Able UK fined £200k after worker sustained life-threatening injuries while dismantling the Brent Bravo platform
A civil engineering company has been sentenced after a worker suffered life-threatening injuries while working to decommission a former North Sea oil and gas installation.
Valaris has been criticised by the safety watchdog after a North Sea supply ship sustained "significant damage" after crashing into one of its offshore rigs.
EnQuest has been pulled up by the offshore watchdog after a fire and explosion risk was identified on one of its North Sea platforms.
Investigations are ongoing into a series of oil and gas releases at Harbour Energy’s problem plagued Tolmount project.
The number of unplanned hydrocarbon releases on platforms in the UK North Sea fell by around a quarter last year.
Operator Apache (NASDAQ: APA) has been reprimanded following an incident on one of its North Sea platforms that could have caused “death or serious injury”.
A North Sea operator has been given a slap on the wrist after an “uncontrolled hydrocarbon gas release” occurred on one of its platforms.
‘Potential for a major accident’: HSE slams Shell as three-tonne object dropped 50-feet on North Sea platform
Shell has been slammed by the safety regulator after a three-tonne object was dropped more than 50-feet on board a North Sea platform.
For well over a year now, North Sea oil and gas workers have had to comply with numerous measures designed to stop the spread of Covid-19.
The HSE has issued a warning after an emergency stop prevented a collision between an offshore supply ship and a Perenco platform in the North Sea.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has condemned Repsol Sinopec following a gas leak and shutdown of the Piper Bravo platform, which came after failing to carry out major repairs.