Global  

Environmentalist Poll: 82% Of UK Oil Workers Consider Leaving Sector

OilPrice.com Tuesday, 29 September 2020
Four in five oil and gas workers offshore the UK, or 81.7 percent, would consider leaving the industry, a new poll of environment campaign groups showed on Tuesday, while the leading representative body of the offshore industry, OGUK, says the report’s claims that offshore workers are not consulted in the policies in the energy transition are “misleading.” Platform, Friends of the Earth Scotland, and Greenpeace UK published today a new survey of 1,383 offshore oil and gas workers, representing 4.5 percent of that workforce. The…
0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 
Video Credit: ABC Action News - Published
News video: Florida Poll workers being trained after a huge response to recruitment efforts

Florida Poll workers being trained after a huge response to recruitment efforts 02:01

Poll workers across the state of Florida are now preparing to work voting sites after a massive response to recruitment efforts. Story: https://bit.ly/2GmRnyA

You Might Like


Related videos from verified sources

More people signing up to be poll workers, cities still recruiting [Video]

More people signing up to be poll workers, cities still recruiting

Several Wisconsin communities saw a shortage in April, May, and August due to the pandemic and the significant number of poll workers who are in their 60s and older, but as we inch closer to November..

Credit: TODAY’S TMJ4     Duration: 02:13Published
Watch: Alleged BJP workers thrash JAP men during protests against farm bills [Video]

Watch: Alleged BJP workers thrash JAP men during protests against farm bills

Alleged workers of the BJP and the Jan Adhikar Party clashed during protest against the farm bills in Patna. The incident reportedly happened when workers of Pappu Yadav’s JAP allegedly tried to..

Credit: HT Digital Content     Duration: 01:57Published
More and more people working from home are experiencing 'digital overloads' [Video]

More and more people working from home are experiencing 'digital overloads'

Nearly three in four Americans said working from home has increased their sense of "digital overload," according to new research.The survey of 2,000 Americans working from home found, since messaging,..

Credit: SWNS STUDIO     Duration: 01:08Published