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BP has announced that they are moving their entire Shetland operations from Scatsta Airport to Babcock at the Sumburgh Airport in November. They have notified the Integrated Aviation Consortium about their move and have announced that their focus still remains on providing safe transportation to clients in the North Sea, reports Energy Voice.
Trade union Unite has asked its members if they would join in a strike, should the Super Puma helicopter return to North Sea operations. Many oil and gas companies including Statoil ASA, Shell UK and BP plc have severed links with the Super Pumas, after the fatal crash in Norway in April 2016, reports Rigzone.
After losing work with Dana Petroleum and BP, Bristow has had to make 12 engineering jobs redundant. These jobs come from their Shetland and Aberdeen operations. they are currently in consultation with trade unions and employees, reports BBC.
BP today announced the creation of a strategic partnership between its BP Ventures and Air BP businesses with Fulcrum BioEnergy, a pioneer in the development and production of low-carbon jet fuel, in which BP will invest $30 million. As an equity investor, BP has secured a 10 year offtake agreement with Fulcrum for 50 million… Read more »
Air BP, 13-Nov-16
The Azerbaijani airline, Silk Way Helicopter Services (SWHS), is ready to become a service center for AgustaWestland in the region, the aviation portal ATO.ru quoted the airline’s director general, Azer Sultanov, as saying June 8. See full story.