Oil and gas operations in Shetland are expected to be “severely impacted” with workers at the islands' main port poised to re-start industrial action.
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Dozens of workers employed at supermajor ExxonMobil’s Fawley refinery and petrochemical complex could soon down tools as part of a dispute around pay.
A leading union has appealed to the Scottish Government over the introduction of mandatory vaccinations by a North Sea operator.
At this time of year you reflect on the past 12 months, and look to what the future holds. We started 2021 on a peak in Covid cases, and it looks like we will end the year in the same way. But even in another year dominated by the pandemic, there have been positive points to remember.
A union boss has voiced concerns that Shell’s choice to withdraw from Cambo could put a dent in plans for a 'just transition'.
North Sea strikes involving hundreds of workers will kick off from today
Scores of Petrofac workers have voted in favour of strike action in an ongoing dispute over pay.
Leading trade unions have reacted to reports that oil and gas giant Shell is considering a “jab or job” policy for employees.
A union chief has slammed the UK Government’s flagship green recovery blueprint, describing it as “10 times too unambitious”.
Unite is to ramp up its endeavours to secure a collective bargaining agreement for Altrad workers.
Offshore contractor Bilfinger Salamis has indicated it is open to the possibility of trade union recognition, around five years after it allegedly stopped acknowledging them.
A leading trade union has labelled Boris Johnson’s plans to make the UK a world leader in clean energy as “hollow words”.
A redundancy deal for the crew of an Odfjell Drilling rig should be the “benchmark” for the North Sea, according to a union boss.
Aberdeen-based oil and gas support vessel operator North Star Shipping has told crews it plans to make around 100 people redundant.
North Sea wind projects alone “will not support” a vibrant home supply chain and jobs, according to the boss of Scotland’s biggest offshore wind developer.
A bitter war of words has broken out as two Scottish trade unions have accused the Scottish Government of inaction over jobs at troubled firm Burntisland Fabrication (BiFab).
The Scottish Government has revealed that it sought to "assist" a troubled wind energy manufacturer prior to job losses that could see up to 80 redundancies at the firm.
Scores of engineers have been locked in a bitter pay dispute with employer CHC Helicopter for 18 months.
CS Wind's plans to shed 80% of its workforce are "unlikely to change" it has revealed, as a meeting between unions, the Scottish Government and management broke down today.
More than 70 staff are to be made redundant at a Scottish wind firm, according to workers union Unite.
A "breakaway" group of drilling contractors looking to offer different terms to workers have been condemned by a trade union.
Scottish supply chain firms "cannot reasonably compete" for renewable energy development contacts, two major UK unions warned last night.
North Sea workers have accepted a revised pay offer from the Offshore Contractors' Association (OCA), bringing down the curtain on the prolonged dispute.
The offshore industry has faced some extremely challenging times in recent years.
Union officials said today that the Offshore Contractors' Association (OCA) would make a revised pay offer for North Sea workers.