After five days at sea, the research vessel Skagerak is back home in Gothenburg. The hastily organised expedition to the Nord Stream leaks in the Baltic Sea is over.
£1.2million Extra Cash to Energy Advice Organisations
Ofgem’s newly calculated price cap will be announced today, 26th August to take effect from 1st of October to 31st of December 2022.
The Cost of Living in the UK
Frightening figures from the UK’s Office of National Statistics (ONS) show rises to basic foodstuffs and fossil fuel costs which will affect everyone, but low and middle earners the worst
Campaign Launched to Save Offshore Jobs
“As a nation exploiting the remaining oil and gas reserves from a mature basin we cannot treat a highly skilled workforce as if it were a tap that can be turned on and off as and when needed.”
Financial Support for Offshore Workers
A new agreement has been reached covering offshore workers which will ensure they can benefit from the UK government coronavirus job retention scheme.
Warning Over Disposal of Gas Canisters
Orkney Islands Council is reminding the public about the dangers of incorrectly disposing of gas canisters.
Future Oil and Gas Exploration Despite Climate Emergency
The UK Government sees the production of oil and gas as continuing to be important and this is the 32nd round of licensing.
‘Fatigue Risk’ with New Shift Rotas at Shetland Gas Plant
Offshore operators like Total must take immediate steps to scrap these new rotas and return to safe working practices.”
GMB Warns MSPs against ‘playing fast & loose’ with the livelihoods of workers across the energy sector
On Tuesday 15th of January the Scottish Parliament is to debate ‘Securing a Just Transition to a Carbon – neutral Economy’
Shetland Workers Vote for Industrial Action
Workers at the Total E&P Shetland Gas Plant who are members of Unite the union have voted for industrial action.