Investigations are continuing six months after worker Jason Thomas went missing from the Valaris 121 North Sea oil rig.
Police told Energy Voice there are not believed to be any suspicious circumstances surrounding Mr Thomas' disappearance last month.
Police have named the man who went missing from an oil rig in the North Sea last week as 50-year-old Jason Thomas from Wales.
Police officers will board an oil rig in Dundee this week after a worker went missing in the North Sea.
Assaults were the most common recorded criminal offence occurring on North Sea platforms over the past five years, according to police data.
Investigations are ongoing after an accident on an onshore wind farm construction site in Shetland that resulted in the death of a worker.
A YouTuber has been branded “beyond reckless” after scaling a North Sea oil rig laid up in the Cromarty Firth.
Extinction Rebellion says Police Scotland use of saw ‘dangerous and disproportionate’ in oil club protest
Extinction Rebellion has claimed Police Scotland was “dangerous and disproportionate” in using a circular saw to help remove protestors from a Scottish Oil Club event.
Police Scotland has been offered use of an idle oil rig in order to train against a recent wave of protests in the North Sea.
A worker has died at the Aberdeen offices of US energy services firm Oceaneering, Police have confirmed.
BP Chargemaster has been awarded a contract worth up to £21 million by Police Scotland to supply electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure across its estates.
Medical services have descended upon petrochemical giant Ineos' Grangemouth Refinery following an incident at the plant.
Bomb disposal experts were called in after a suspicious package was found on an offshore platform near the Fife coast.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has revealed it was hit by fraudsters last year resulting in the loss of £25,000 in funds.
A recent North Sea protest row that erupted between BP and Greenpeace cost the taxpayer nearly £140,000 due to Police Scotland clocking up hundreds of hours of overtime.
Scotland’s energy sector must take heed of cyber-attacks on oil and nuclear facilities in Ukraine, Iran and Saudi Arabia, according to a top detective.
Police Scotland are targeting former energy workers to join the force.