Efforts to create a new collective agreement for North Sea workers are understood to be “proceeding”.
More than 20 North Sea oil industry big hitters are rallying behind a new collective deal for workers ahead of a critical deadline this week.
The global focus and dependency on fossil fuels and shift towards low carbon energy has been building for many years, but only in the last 18 to 24 months has it become a leading agenda item in national and international political arenas.
A proposed new North Sea collective bargaining agreement will level the playing field for service companies and give workers more protection during turbulent times, industry chiefs said.
Five more energy service firms have agreed to help develop an alternative to a key UK North Sea collective bargaining agreement that is being scrapped.
Extraordinary times call for extraordinary solutions. In response to the travel constraints in Europe, BGS Group, the organizer of PRC Europe 2020, has announced the launch of a new virtual platform - BGS online.
There has been a lot of discussion over the last 12 months about how the changes to Off-Payroll rules will impact the UK Private sector, and I have read with great interest some of the comments and foresight on what IR35 is and what it will mean to the UK contracting workforce.
Offshore contracting firms and unions have committed to hammering out a “framework” to replace a key UK North Sea collective bargaining agreement.
One of the offshore oil and gas industry’s most significant business development events is going digital in July when OGUK launches the first of its series of Share Fair Spotlight webinars featuring the forward work plans of Spirit Energy next week.
Andrea Ruotolo, Global Lead, Distributed Energy Systems, Worley, was attracted to the field of engineering by her aspiration to work with NASA.
A decommissioning consortium has found a new member to complete its triumvirate after one of the founding partners pulled out.
Engineering giant Worley has cut another 1,900 jobs globally in response to the Covid-19 crisis.
Px Group, which operates the gas processing plant at St Fergus, near Peterhead, has hired a North Sea veteran to spearhead its push into the upstream oil sector.
Australian energy service firm Worley has clinched two framework agreements to provide services for BP's global offshore developments.
A trade union boss has said offshore contractors’ plans to scrap a blanket deal covering thousands of workers went against “every principle” championed by North Sea industry.
Energy services giant Worley has revealed it has cut 3,000 jobs in response to the coronavirus pandemic and oil price crash.
Worley is the latest energy firm to announce a number of job losses at its Aberdeen base as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
About 200 workers will transfer to Petrofac to help the oilfield services firm fulfil a beefed-up contract with Repsol Sinopec Resources UK (RSRUK).
Worley has been branded a “disgrace” by union bosses after terminating workers without furlough at a Shetland oil and gas terminal.
A deal has been struck to protect hundreds, and potentially thousands, of North Sea jobs during the coronavirus outbreak.
A group of operators is making progress on plans to work together on the decommissioning of oil and gas infrastructure worth billions of pounds that sits east of Shetland, an industry chief said.
Improved market conditions and a major acquisition have boosted Australian energy service firm Worley’s half-year results.
Worley has won two master service agreements (MSAs) from Total for work on the Mozambique LNG project.
Energy service firm Worley said today that its chief executive, Andrew Wood, will retire later this month after 26 years with the firm, including seven at the helm.
A North Sea deal between one of the basin’s biggest producers and a little-known consortium has set “alarm bells ringing” in the UK offshore oil and gas sector, a trade union boss has said.