Dozens of contractors are today launching a fresh round of strikes at the Mossmorran Natural Gas Liquids plant in Fife.
More sociable hours for offshore workers may mean a different rewards structure compared to the oil and gas industry.
Around 85 Petrofac (LON: PFC) workers will strike for six days after rejecting a pay deal the union claimed would amount to a £6,000 pay cut.
Dozens of North Sea oil and gas workers have ceased a long-running union dispute after securing a pay rise of up to £9,000 each.
Scores of North Sea workers employed by Petrofac (LON: PFC) are to down tools later this month as part of a dispute over jobs, pay and conditions.
Hundreds of Stork workers have secured an improved pay offer as unrest in the North Sea continues to peter out.
Strike action planned for this week by hundreds of Stork contractors has been suspended amid a new offer.
Dozens of workers employed by French supermajor TotalEnergies (PARIS: TTE) have overwhelmingly voted in favour of an improved pay offer.
A trade union officer has poured cold water on optimism that an end to industrial unrest in the North Sea could be in sight.
“Grabbing the headlines is easy, developing a serious plan for more renewable energy is not."
Hundreds of offshore workers employed by Bilfinger UK have rejected new pay offers as a bitter dispute over wages and working conditions rumbles on.
Trade union Unite is hailing a “significant” milestone after signing a recognition deal with a major North Sea operator.
Union bosses call on Global Wind Organisation (GWO) to change tack, lest government is asked to intervene.
Unite has revealed the dates on which a “tsunami” of industrial unrest will hit the North Sea, with hundreds of workers due to down tools.
According to trade union Unite, this is "the biggest mandate" it has received in the offshore sector for a generation, and could threaten the UK's energy security.
Dozens of offshore drillers, stationed on BP’s (LON: BP) Clair and Clair Ridge platforms, have secured an extra three weeks paid time off.
Multiple strike votes, covering hundreds of oil and gas workers employed by some of the North Sea’s biggest contractors, officially open today.
The wave of offshore industrial unrest that has dogged the North Sea for much of the last year doesn’t appear to be letting up.
Hundreds of offshore workers are to vote on industrial action, in a move union officials claim could force numerous North Sea platforms to shutdown.
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.