Nearly 50 jobs are on the line at a hotel in Shetland after French energy giant Total decided not to extend its seven-year accommodation contract.
Worley has been branded a “disgrace” by union bosses after terminating workers without furlough at a Shetland oil and gas terminal.
Offshore union RMT has claimed the government is “ignoring” oil and gas workers during the “national crisis” of the coronavirus outbreak, and written to the Chancellor for action.
Workers have voted “emphatically” in favour of strike action at the Sullom Voe terminal in Shetland.
A preliminary hearing for a fatal accident inquiry into a helicopter crash off Shetland in 2013 begins in Aberdeen today.
A global oil and gas consultancy with a base in north-east Scotland has blamed stiff competition for a near doubling of its pre-tax losses.
North Sea oil and gas companies are dodging responsibility for the well-being of offshore workers at the expense of profit, according to a damning new helicopter safety report.
Ofgem has said it is "unable to approve" SSE Network’s current plans for a £709m subsea electricity link from Shetland to the Scottish mainland.
The Crown Office has said it is in the “final phase” of preparing an inquiry into a fatal crash involving a Super Puma helicopter off the coast of Shetland.
The north exit of Lerwick could have another large wind turbine among its landscape as a local company looks to go even greener.
A new £140,000 initiative has been launched to help tackle fuel poverty in vulnerable homes in the north of Scotland.
Sectors such as renewable energy, shellfish, finish and seaweed farming have shown interest in using Sullom Voe harbour in Shetland.
Campaign group Sustainable Shetland has called on local councillors to impose a moratorium on all local wind farm developments and instead explore finding the “best environmentally sustainable” energy solutions in the isles.
Fifty small-scale, single wind turbines scattered across Orkney, Lewis and Shetland have changed hands as part of a £50 million deal.
The UK Government has agreed to pay up to £400million in oil and gas decommissioning relief to one of Japan’s largest trading companies.
The 20-year campaign to utilise the renewable energy assets of Shetland and the Western Isles to benefit the entire UK may be approaching end-game with outcomes still wide open.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she is “very concerned” after Ofgem signalled that it will reject proposals for a 600MW cable linking the Western Isles to the Grid.
Plans for a subsea electricity cable linking Shetland to the mainland have been provisionally approved by the energy regulator.
As many as 500 jobs are expected to be created through a new scheme to tackle fuel poverty in the northern and Western Isles.
Growing confidence in the Atlantic Frontier is generating a ‘gravity-shift’ towards a Shetland supply chain willing and able to capitalise on its geographical advantages.
Siccar Point Energy’s boss said the private-equity backed oil firm plans to be a fixture in the waters around Shetland for the long haul.
The UK’s oil sector regulator has presented a bold vision of what the future might hold for a major terminal in Shetland.
Shetland’s hopes of securing a bigger slice of the multi-billion pound North Sea decommissioning market have received a boost.
Lerwick Port Authority (LPA) chief executive Sandra Laurenson is to retire in November after more than 40 years’ service at the UK’s most northerly commercial harbour.