Workers at an offshore supply chain firm in Glenrothes will begin a 24-hour strike on Wednesday, in a dispute over pay and conditions.
Scrapping unpopular “three on, three off” rota patterns will not solve the North Sea skills shortage alone, according to offshore workers.
Unite says its members will stick to their guns as a new round of work stoppages commence on North Sea assets, in what the union has called an “increasingly bitter dispute” over pay and conditions.
Petrofac workers stationed across several North Sea assets have confirmed their intent to strike throughout November in an escalating dispute over pay and conditions.
Another Baker Hughes (NASDAQ: BKR) base could be hit by strikes soon as employees prepare to vote on whether to down tools.
Baker Hughes workers have voted to pursue strike action over alleged “fire and re-hire” tactics at sites across Angus, despite company claims it has not proposed headcount reductions or redundancies.
Negotiations between Unite the Union and Lerwick Port Authority (LPA) to avert a hugely damaging strike at the harbour on Monday seem to have collapsed.
Updated: Methil wildcat strikes brought to an end with Harland and Wolff and unions poised for talks
Workers taking part in wildcat strikes at the Methil fabrication yard have stood down with negotiations due to start shortly.
Scores of North Sea caterers have voted against a pay offer, potentially opening the door for strike action in the future.
Proposed strike action by North Sea pilots has been averted after union members voted to accept a pay deal.
Planned strikes and a rejected pay offer could plunge North Sea operations into turmoil with further industrial action on three offshore platforms due to bite on today.
Thousands of nuclear workers at sites across the UK are to be balloted for strikes in a row over pensions.
Strike action in Norway has led to 1700 job cuts, according to reports.
Oil major Shell said it "commends" both unions and Wood Group after they came to an agreement on fresh proposals.
Talks between the Norwegian Oil Industry Association (NOIA) and more than 600 union members have broken down with the threat of strike action looming.
Helicopter pilots have shown “overwhelming support” for a vote on strike action in a move that could cripple the struggling North Sea oil and gas industry. More than a third of pilots operating in the North Sea nailed their colours to the mast at a meeting convened by their representative body in Aberdeen late on Thursday. It came after two of the sector’s main offshore transport providers announced plans to axe dozens of jobs in response to low oil prices.
The average price of petrol in Scotland has broken the £5-a-gallon mark for the first time as a result of the strike action at Grangemouth, according to a price-comparison expert.