BP told media sources it has completed a total of 28 surveillance flights over the North Sea since it had to shut down production from the Clair platform.
The ban on all Super Puma flights remains in place in the UK and Norway despite the temporary suspension lift announced by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) last week.
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) announced today it has decided to lift the temporary flight suspension of two Super Puma helicopters.
Tenaris announced that one of its employees might have been on the helicopter crash en route to a Chevron-operated platform offshore Angola.
At least four people have died and two have reportedly gone missing following a helicopter crash offshore Cabinda, in Angola.
Statoil has finalised the investigation on the Turøy helicopter incident, with conclusions and recommendations on how it can improve its helicopter safety work.
The Airbus Group told media sources it will not scrap its Super Puma helicopter fleet as a result of the accident that killed 13 people in Norway.