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This is North Star Group’s fourth service operations vessel (SOV) contract for Dogger Bank Wind Farm.
The stunt in Glasgow took aim at a new oilfield in the North Sea.
The proposals would give voice to the communities in the northern parts of the country.
July 6 marks 33 years since 167 men died in the Piper Alpha disaster.
The Brae Bravo platform is being decommisioned with two of the world's largest semi-submersible crane vessels.
The 33rd Oil and Gas Survey was conducted by Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by accountancy giant KPMG.
The Ocean Quest sank 70 miles north east of Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, on August 18 2019.
Fighter jets from RAF Lossiemouth tracked the aircraft across the North Sea.
New deal will see up to £16bn of investment in cleaner energy technology to support jobs and cut pollution.
Lifeboat and coastguard helicopter went to the scene off the coast of Shetland on Thursday morning.
11 members of staff on the Gryphon floating production and storage vessel have tested positive for the virus.
An FAI has been told it would not be realistic to expect the same levels of safety from offshore helicopters as jet aircraft.
Unite said it had been unable to convince Archer to use the UK Government’s Job Retention Scheme.
The decision was taken because of ongoing government restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The company is concerned about bringing staff together to work on the upgrade during the coronavirus outbreak.
BP confirmed it has flown one suspected case off the Clair Ridge platform.
The rare visitor was identified swimming through an offshore wind farm 17 miles off the east coast.
Proceedings were disrupted twice by hecklers in the gallery, who were led away by police.