Tag Archives: OGUK

D&I Task Group dial up the dialogue on mental health in the oil and gas industry

OGUK announces that its Diversity & Inclusion Task Group will deliver a free online event exploring how the industry supports the mental health of its colleagues, on Monday 18 January. The hour-long session will include insight from leading voices on Read more »


Industry response to Government’s Energy White Paper

With Government acknowledging the positive contribution that the industry can make in the transition to net zero in its recently published Energy White Paper, UKPIA and OGUK have welcomed the report. Following the release of the white paper, UKPIA has Read more »


Celebrating industry diversity

In a historically male-dominated industry, we are delighted to be featuring some very successful women in the December issue of Fuel Oil News. We are equally pleased to report that gender diversity in this sector is on the rise. A Read more »


Industry response to PM’s 10-point plan for green industrial revolution

Responses to the Governments 10-point plan for a green industrial revolution reflect the positive and collaborative nature of the industry. Here, we hear from OGUK’s Deirdre Michie and TSA’s Peter Davidson. Commenting on the 10-point green industrial revolution, announced by Read more »


OGUK reveals 2020 finalists for annual awards following challenging year for industry

The shortlist for this year’s prestigious OGUK Awards has been revealed today. The annual awards ceremony celebrates the brightest and best talent from across the country’s offshore oil and gas industry and finalists represent the hard work, innovation, and collaboration Read more »


Awards offer opportunity to highlight true North Sea spirit

OGUK has hailed the grit and resilience of the thousands of people working for the critical sector as it opened nominations for its annual awards today. Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, key workers both on and offshore continued to safely operate Read more »


Industry body sees transition as the solution

Deirdre Michie

The leading representative body for the UK’s offshore oil and gas industry, OGUK, has called for the transition to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions to be at the heart of its recovery plan after a stark warning that up to 30,000 Read more »