BP has chartered an accommodation vessel to provide gangway connected operations at one of its North Sea platforms.
Nearly 120 people have now been linked to a Covid outbreak on board the Shell Shearwater production hub in the North Sea.
Shell has flown 85 workers to shore following a Covid outbreak at the Shearwater production hub in the North Sea.
Dozens of North Sea workers have been flown home after an outbreak of Covid-19 on an accommodation vessel.
Further Covid-19 cases have been recorded on a North Sea accommodation vessel following outbreak earlier this week.
Shell has said it is taking “all appropriate precautions” after a handful of Covid-19 cases were detected aboard an accommodation vessel stationed on one of its North Sea fields.
Shell will "compensate" vessel accommodation owner Prosafe for a 10-month deferral of a UK North Sea contract.
Offshore vessel owner Prosafe has revealed it will shed up to 150 jobs through voluntary redundancy in a effort cut operating costs.
BP has awarded Prosafe a £14.3million contract to charter the Safe Zephyrus accommodation vessel at the Clair Ridge platform.
Prosafe has revealed it is to receive a $30million sellers credit on its new accommodation rig Safe Zephyrus from Jurong shipyard in Singapore.