The Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior ship will be back in Aberdeen on Saturday to host a panel discussion on the need for a “just transition” for oil workers.
UK and Norwegian unions are taking Stena Drilling to an employment tribunal on a workers’ rights case stemming from “mass layoffs” on a North Sea rig.
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.
Trade unions and climate campaigners have called for the creation of an “offshore training passport” to help workers move between the oil and gas and renewables sectors more easily.
A trade union boss has said the Ninian Northern platform, which had its legs blown off as part of a decommissioning project, now looks “really scary” and at risk of “falling over at any time”.
Unions are threatening strikes after talks stalled on an IR35 pay dispute for Bilfinger Salamis workers on North Sea assets.
A trade union claims it has uncovered a case of the minimum wage law being “flouted” in the UK offshore renewables sector.
A union boss has joined calls to stop “degrading” treatment of women working offshore in the North Sea.
Investigators have raised safety concerns after discovery of a gearbox failure on a CHC helicopter in Aberdeen after a “crunching sound” was heard.
With just hours until the Chancellor’s Budget, the RMT Union has called for creation of a £220million annual “Just Transition Fund” for offshore workers.
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.
Several crew members on an Aberdeen registered vessel were left needing hospital treatment after a Covid-19 outbreak on board.
An offshore supply vessel which was recently detained in Aberdeen harbour over unpaid wages is in hot water again – this time in the Netherlands.
North Sea operators have shelved more than half a billion pounds of decommissioning spending, according to a new report from Oil and Gas UK (OGUK).
More than half of the estimated £50bn investment for the UK government’s offshore wind plan is expected to go to overseas companies.
A North Sea trade union boss has warned the oil industry is “teetering on the brink” due to a lack of activity and investment in the basin.
A trade union boss has hailed the progress made by the oil and gas industry in its quest to create a new collective deal covering thousands of North Sea workers.
A union boss has said the extension of the UK furlough scheme comes “too late” for thousands of lost jobs in the North Sea oil industry.
Shell has moved to reassure offshore workers that they will receive their full day rate, even if they’re forced to return home due to Covid-19 concerns.
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.
The family of a north-east woman who died in the Sumburgh helicopter tragedy say they have received “no closure” from the results of the fatal accident inquiry.
Schlumberger has completed its plan to cut 21,000 jobs in response to the oil downturn, according to its latest accounts.
A ship currently detained over unpaid wages is expected to set sail from Aberdeen Harbour despite still owing workers up to £150,000.