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Shetland helicopter crash: Oil and Gas UK reaction

27 August 2013 Last updated at 10:01 BST

Experts are using specialist sonar equipment to locate the black box of a Super Puma helicopter which crashed off Shetland, killing four people.

Industry representatives have agreed all Super Pumas should remain grounded.

At a meeting of key offshore operators and contractors on Monday, contingency plans were discussed.

Speaking after the meeting in Aberdeen, Oil and Gas UK Chief Executive Malcolm Webb said a number of options were being considered to transport workers while the Super Pumas are out of service.

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