BP (LON:BP) did breach health and safety rules which resulted in the tragic death of a contractor who plunged through an open hole on one of its rigs, a trial has heard.
BP is on trial for breaching safety rules after Sean Anderson, 43, fell 72ft (22m) through an open grating on its Unity platform in 2014.
A man who fell through an open hole on the deck of a BP (LON: BP) platform had “excellent” work ethic and had offered to tidy up to keep busy just minutes before he died, a trial has heard.
An Aberdeen trial has heard how “safety and cost” were weighed up on a BP (LON: BP) platform where a man died.
An Aberdeen trial has heard how a man who fell to his death through an open hole on deck only had one hour left of his shift.
BP (LON: BP) has gone on trial following the death of an oil worker who plunged into the North Sea almost nine years ago.
Energy services contractor Sparrows has won a multimillion pound deal with Ineos in the North Sea.
Aberdeen-based well integrity specialist Unity has won a seven-figure deal with operator Spirit Energy.
A north-east well integrity specialist is finding strength in union.
Aberdeen-based Well Centric has taken over rival well integrity specialist Simmons Edeco Europe.