Following the first gas from two fields in the UK North Sea, UK company IOG plc has experienced mechanical issues on the producing platform. Meanwhile, a Noble-owned jack-up is almost ready to come back offshore and resume drilling on the third field next month.
About 28,500 workers at Norwegian shipyards, oil industry fabrication plants and other manufacturers will go on strike from April 1, unless labour unions and employers reach a new wage deal, a state-appointed mediator said on Monday.
UK’s petroleum regulator, the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA), has selected three winners for its £1 million offshore electrification competition, aiming to advance oil and gas electrification plans as part of the UK’s decarbonisation efforts.
Following a dispute over cuts related to the terms and conditions of workers, which encompass work allowances, pensions, sick pay and training days along with other allowances, Unite, the largest trade union in Britain and Ireland, has revealed plans for industrial action.