Offshore services firm Bilfinger Salamis has made two appointments to oversee plans to double the size of its UK inspection business.
“You will never hear of someone stopping the job because of their mental health,” says Steve Beedie, a wellbeing campaigner for the offshore industry.
RMT plans to launch a mobile app next week which will allow workers to “whistleblow” on offshore safety incidents via their phones.
With North Sea helicopter safety in the spotlight, there will doubtless be many offshore workers once again spooked by having to commute to their places of work using a mode of transport that they would not ordinarily choose.
Combining a mixture of clinical and safety responsibilities can, in the right circumstances, be extremely effective and perhaps nowhere is this more apparent than in the offshore oil and gas sector.
The world’s largest offshore drilling firm EnscoRowan has announced plans to change its name to Valaris.
Employees are a company’s most valuable asset so it makes sense to look after them.
Maersk Drilling has delivered a bullish market outlook for 2019, despite a drop in revenues.
A North Sea helicopter had to return to base in Aberdeen after parts fell off during a flight, an investigation has found.
North Sea oil firm EnQuest has confirmed it will change rota patterns for hundreds of its offshore workers.
Offshore renewables schemes tailor made for their locations could be used to help develop industries such as whisky distilling and fish farming in remote coastal areas and islands, according to a new study.
Offshore is ready for the limelight again.
An offshore worker has been fined £300 for head-butting a policeman.
An oil worker is about to embark on an epic 3,500mile solo row across the Atlantic Ocean.
Offshore – dead and buried, thanks to onshore shale? Not quite.
Police are investigating a possible fuel theft from a car parked while its owner was working offshore.
Online data released by the organisation shows the Crown Estate’s full list of offshore infrastructure projects and undersea cabling for the first time.
Premier Oil has spudded its Zama-1 exploration well offshore Mexico - the first exploration well to be drilled on acreage awarded in the country's inaugural international licencing round in 2015.
Unite claims offshore trade unions "must" be represented on the expert panel proposed by the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Iraq is to start offshore exploration in a bid boot its OPEC reserves, the country's oil minister has claimed.
Aberdeen based oil service giant Wood Group claims its reputation has kept business coming through the door during the downturn.
Former offshore workers are being turned down for jobs outside the struggling industry due to their previous lifestyle, according to a north-east MSP.
The Energy Institute (EI) Aberdeen, Highlands and Islands branch will focus on the issue of managing substance abuse offshore at its forthcoming meeting on 7 February in Aberdeen.
The Western Isles will lose hundreds of millions of pounds if the UK government rejects granting subsidies to island wind farms, warns EDF Energy Renewables, as it reveals figures from a new report.
A proposed £2.5 billion windfarm off the Suffolk coast is to create up to 80 new jobs.