Airport bosses insisted it was “business as usual” in Aberdeen on Friday despite hundreds of staff downing tools in a dispute over pay and pensions.
Petrofac chief executive Ayman Asfari saw his take-home pay increase by 15% last year, pocketing £1.7million.
Strikes involving more than 200 North Sea workers have been called off.
North Sea pilots are in a pay dispute with CHC Helicopter.
Dozens of Petrofac employees on BP platforms in the North Sea have voted to go on strike.
Union members at the Shetland Gas Plant have started the first of a series of 24-hour strikes today.
Unite workers on three North Sea platforms have accepted a pay deal, bringing an end to a protracted strike dispute.
Offshore union Unite and energy giant Total have announced talks to avert further North Sea strike action have today broken down.
Strikes are due to continue today on three North Sea platforms operated by Total for a 24-hour period.
North Sea strike action will continue until the end of October if a resolution cannot be met, according to a union boss.
Looming strikes at the north-east’s biggest airport could be averted after workers were offered an increased pay deal.
More workers at the Sellafield nuclear site are to be balloted for strikes in a row over pay.
Offshore workers could take "sustained" North Sea strike action this summer after a pay deal was rejected by trade unions.
Labour's shadow Scottish Secretary will meet with shop stewards from the North Sea oil and gas industry as strike action rumbles on across seven of Shell's North Sea assets.
Norwegian oil workers have declared their support of a UK North Sea strike.
Offshore union workers have agreed to press ahead with the first North Sea strike action in a generation.
Air strikes on a fuel market in a village in northern Syria have killed and wounded dozens of people and destroyed several tanker trucks, according to opposition monitoring groups. Activists said war planes also struck another market in the northern village of Maskaneh which is under the control of Islamic State, killing at least 12 people and wounding many others. It was not immediately clear whose war planes carried out the strikes, although the monitoring groups said the Russians targeted both markets.
Russia’s defence minister said its military had launched the strikes in Syria for the first time from a submarine stationed in the Mediterranean. The move was made as the country continues to target oil hotspots being used by Islamic State as it looks to profit from crude oil in the region.
Nigeria’s two oil unions are set to meet with government officials for talks today as an indefinite strike aimed at curbing local fuel supply and exports entered a third day in Africa’s biggest crude producer. The impact of the strike has been restricted to domestic fuel supply with oil lifting and export terminal operations unaffected at the moment, Francis Johnson, president of the Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria, or Pengassan, said from Lagos, the commercial capital. Union leaders will hold talks with the authorities today in Abuja, the capital, he said.