More than a dozen job losses are expected to hit the workforce of a Halliburton company in the north-east.
Energy giant Npower has announced plans to restructure its UK business, leading to the loss of up to 4,500 jobs and the closure of a number of call centres.
Energy giant Npower has announced plans to restructure its UK business, which union sources fear will lead to the loss of up to 4,500 jobs and the closure of a number of call centres.
“We attract the best employees and help them learn, grow and realise their dreams through mentoring and other career development assistance,” Aker Solutions says on its website.
Energy giant E.On has said it will axe between 500 and 600 jobs from its UK workforce.
A national union group is calling for north-east workers to give their opinion on how the economy has affected them.
Siemens AG said it will cut 2,700 jobs at its power and gas division, part of a sweeping overhaul announced last month to spin off the embattled business.
Oil firm Repsol Sinopec Resources UK (RSRUK) has confirmed that it will reduce the number of contractors employed on its North Sea platforms.
The chief executive of British Gas owner Centrica pocketed a £2.4 million pay packet last year, despite the firm losing hundreds of thousands of customers as it embarked on a major jobs cull.
Energy service firm DOF Subsea confirmed today that it expects to lay off a number of employees in Aberdeen and Bergen.
US oil firm ConocoPhillips said yesterday that it had started telling Aberdeen employees whether they faced redundancy.
A charity specialising in supporting people with hidden debt expects extra need for its services following a spate of North Sea job cuts.
Energy giant ConocoPhillips said yesterday that it would lay off about 450 workers across the UK, dealing a blow to hopes for a North Sea recovery.
Oil services firm Wood Group has axed around 170 jobs in Houston, Texas.
DOF Group laid off 742 employees last year as part of cost-cutting measures introduced to help the Norwegian vessel owner offset a drop off in demand.
Dozens of jobs have been lost after a Scottish oil and gas safety specialist went into administration due to the Brent crude price plunge.
Norwegian vessel owner Olympic Shipping has said it will lay off about 80 employees as part of its refinancing plans.
GE Oil & Gas has started formal consultations into its proposal to make what are understood to be 32 redundancies at its Montrose sites.
Airbus Group SE announced the first of what may prove to be thousands of job cuts across its business, saying it will eliminate 582 posts at its helicopter arm following a slump in demand from the oil and gas industry and a fatal crash that grounded one of its most popular models.
National Oilwell Varco (NOV) has confirmed it will cut more Houston jobs as it switches locations.
Shell will scoop up the tax breaks on redundancy payments that had been available to departing workers, a news report said yesterday. So-called foreign service relief allows UK workers who have spent parts of their careers abroad to reclaim some of the tax due on severance pay, but Shell has moved to claim the money instead, Reuters reported. According to the report, which cites internal documents from Shell, the company introduced the policy on April 1.
Subsea 7 is to cut its global workforce by another 1,200 and has confirmed up 430 jobs will go in the UK as part of the company’s global resizing and cost reduction measures.
An estimated 120,000 jobs will have been lost by the end of this year as a result of the collapse in fortunes of the UK offshore oil and gas industry.
Engineering services group Amec Foster Wheeler has entered into consultation with employees in its Great Yarmouth offshore services facility with up to 100 jobs potentially at risk.
Two energy giants have distanced themselves from rumours of another $17billion mega-merger as the low oil price environment creates a febrile environment for takeover speculation.