Unions from the UK and Norway have met in Aberdeen to formalise a collaboration to improve helicopter safety across the North Sea.
A North Sea union has condemned Wood over plans to cut sickness pay by more than 75% for its workers on CNOOC platforms.
An offshore union has accused Oceaneering of using “aggressive” tactics to force Aberdeen workers to accept less favourable contracts.
Energy services firm Aker Solutions has announced plans to cut nearly 100 jobs in Aberdeen.
Workers at Sullom Voe Terminal have rejected plans by EnQuest to restructure the firm, Unite union has said.
A survey from the UK’s largest offshore union has found high levels of job insecurity among the contractor workforce in the North Sea.
US energy major Conoco Phillips has been accused of leaving an “appalling legacy” as it exits the North Sea after 50 years.
Strikes have been averted at a major gas terminal in Aberdeenshire after discussions “allayed” workers’ fears on health and safety.
Unite is seeking to re-establish negotiations with a “breakaway” group of drilling firms after workers last month rejected a “derisory” pay offer.
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.
Scores of offshore drillers have rejected an "inferior" pay offer from a group of companies accused of snubbing a collective agreement.
A group of Scottish trade unions have served the boss of EDF Renewables with a letter calling for him to face locals in Fife.
North Sea drillers have said they are willing to take strike action over a long-standing pay dispute.
Energy giant SSE is planning to cut more than 400 jobs in its retail sector covering smart meter installation because of a lack of take-up for the devices from consumers, according to a union.
A new report sets out that the UK oil and gas industry needs to attract 25,000 workers in the next six years, including thousands in brand new roles.
A leading Aberdeen trade unionist has said he will continue to campaign for an independent probe into helicopter safety in the oil and gas industry- even though the government has rejected calls.
A consultative ballot is to be carried out by the Unite union amid a pay dispute for North Sea drillers.
Owners of troubled Scottish firm Burntisland Fabrication (BiFab) have claimed the company was effectively shut out of a £200 million wind turbine contract – despite being the lowest bidder for the project.
Strike action has been averted for dozens of Petrofac staff on BP platforms in the North Sea.
The amount of local content provided by Scottish offshore wind infrastructure projects was deemed “insufficient” by politicians and union representatives last night.
Workforce concerns around the need for an offshore helicopter inquiry have been raised at the Scottish Trade Union Congress (STUC) in Dundee.
In 2009, all fourteen passengers and two crew died when a Super Puma came down in the North Sea close to Peterhead. Since then a further 17 families have lost loved ones who stepped aboard a Super Puma helicopter. So, it seems not only a rhetorical question but an insulting one to ask whether the lessons from ten years ago have been learned by the industry.
A north-east MSP will formally ask the Scottish Government to reverse its decision not to back an offshore helicopter safety inquiry later.
Offshore union Unite has launched a petition calling for support after the Scottish Government rejected calls for a public inquiry into helicopter safety.
A trade union boss has slammed Shell for awarding its boss an “outrageous and undeserved” pay package in 2018.