Shell is preparing to cut 330 more jobs over the next two years as coronavirus continues to hit profits. The oil giant said it plans to shed a quarter of its workforce in Aberdeen by December 2022.
Around 330 jobs are to go from a total of 1330 over the next two years. It cited the switch to low-carbon electricity and the coronavirus pandemic for its decision.
The move forms part of wider plans to cut 9,000 jobs worldwide following a collapse in demand for oil following the first wave of global lockdowns.