Dozens of offshore workers are to benefit from a hefty pay increase after a long-running dispute was brought to an end.
Petrofac workers will down tools for 48 hours at a series of BP and Repsol Sinopec assets across the North Sea today, as disputes over pay and rota patterns show no sign of resolution.
A raft of fresh North Sea strikes – that will impact more than a dozen assets operated by Repsol Sinopec and BP (LON: BP) - have been announced.
A bargaining agreement - covering Bilfinger UK's inspection teams working on Taqa’s North Sea assets – has been struck.
Unite has confirmed that its offshore catering members have accepted an improved pay offer worth 10% on basic salaries, ending a long-running dispute.
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North Sea drilling maintenance workers have accepted a 10% increase in their rates of pay, bringing strikes to an end.
More than 100 Kaefer contractors based at the Mossmorran and St Fergus gas plants are being balloted for strike action in a dispute over pay and conditions.
More than 300 offshore workers have voted for strikes across 20 North Sea installations, Unite the Union has announced, causing "major problems" for production.
The Catering Offshore Trade Association (COTA) says it is "extremely disappointed" offshore caterers voted to snub its latest pay offer.
An industrial action ballot of North Sea medics has been cancelled after an improved pay offer was tabled.
Offshore contractors and union representatives warned against the prospect of “unlawful” strike action this week, as workers prepare to down tools in a bid for pay uplifts in the face of rising cost of living.
Unite the union will ballot over 300 drilling workers and contractors over strike action, after members rejected a 5% pay deal.
There are concerns for the safety of crew aboard the Foinaven floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) ship ahead of planned strikes this week.
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.
Baker Hughes has strongly denied claims that hundreds of workers across Aberdeen and Montrose have been told to accept a pay cut or lose their jobs.
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.
Plans have been set out on creation of a “critical” and long-awaited skills passport to help oil and gas workers transition into renewables.
Workers carrying out strikes across the North Sea have been asked to stand down as Bilfinger UK has today joined a collective bargaining deal.
There was widespread disruption on several North Sea platforms on Wednesday after crew members staged unplanned walkouts.
Union leaders say they have not seen a ‘candidate shortage’ for North Sea jobs, but that greater engagement with the workforce and better terms will help remove barriers.
A union dispute which brought strike action by hundreds of Ponticelli and Semco Maritime workers has been brought to an end.
Hundreds of North Sea workers are understood to be transferring to a new joint venture company between Bilfinger UK and Global E&C after a major contract win.