Gassco to use Vesterled pipeline beyond design life

Norwegian gas transport company Gassco has received approval to use the Vesterled subsea pipeline in the North Sea ...

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Industry to increase investment to meet hydrocarbon demand

Oil and gas companies are expected to increase spending, grow workforce, and focus more on digitalization and ...

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DEME's Apollo jack-up completes first decom job

Marine engineering group DEME has carried out a first decommissioning jobs with its newest DP2 jack-up vessel Apollo.

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SDSD secures term work for all five large PSVs

S.D. Standard Drilling has secured term contracts for all five of its large platform supply vessels with potential ...

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Shell applies for Bratwurst drilling. Eyeing Prelude tieback

Shell Australia plans to use a semi-submersible offshore drilling rig for the operation and is targeting gas/condensate.

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Cairn to spud three wells in 3Q 2019

Cairn Energy plans to drill a total of four exploration wells across a variety of play types in the UK and Norway ...

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BHP Billiton strikes oil at Trion appraisal well (Mexico)

Australian industrial giant BHP Billiton has struck oil at an appraisal well at the Trion field offshore Mexico. ...

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Helix wins P&A work in Gulf of Mexico

Houston-based energy services company Helix Energy Solutions has acquired from Marathon Oil certain operating ...

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Santos boosts Van Gogh production

Australia’s Santos has started oil production from its Van Gogh infill project in the Exmouth basin, offshore ...

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Norwegian oil output in December 2018 below expected

Norwegian oil production during December 2018 dropped below expected figures due to technical problems on some ...

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Safety body spots irregularities during Sleipner audit

The Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) has found irregularities during an audit of Equinor’s Sleipner field offshore ...

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Equinor in Barents Sea well incident

Norwegian oil and gas giant Equinor last week reportedly suffered a well incident during exploration drilling in ...

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Fuel Cell Expo 2019

FC EXPO is world’s largest show for hydrogen & fuel cell…

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LNG Bunkering Summit 2019

LNG Bunkering Summit will cover the obstacles facing both the shipping and port communities…

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Egypt Petroleum Show

This event will feature 500+ regional & international exhibiting companies from over 35 countries…

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IoT in Oil & Gas 2019

The IoT in Oil & Gas 2019 Conference will continue to focus on helping operators…

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VIDEO: Former Paragon jack-up leaves Port of Esbjerg

The Haeva jack-up rig, the previously named Paragon HZ1, has left the Port of Esbjerg.

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COSLHunter rig extends stay in Mexico

China’s offshore drilling company COSL has reportedly signed a contract for its jack-up rig COSLHunter in ...

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Carnarvon, Timor-Leste gov't in Buffalo field agreement

Carnarvon has agreed in principle to fundamental terms of a PSC with the Timor-Leste government agency ANPM ...

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Vard delivers newbuild vessel to Topaz

UAE-based offshore vessel provider Topaz Energy and Marine has taken delivery of the Topaz Tiamat newbuild subsea vessel.

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Oceaneering nets $80M in subsea umbilical contracts

Oceaneering has recently secured three subsea umbilical contracts valued in excess of $80 million in total.

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WoodMac expects sluggish year in upstream M&A

Upstream dealmakers start 2019 facing an uphill battle. Volatile oil prices and bearish equity markets impede deal ...

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Decipher to produce first oil from Orlando field in 1Q 2019

North Sea oil and gas player Decipher Energy is reportedly expected to start production from the Orlando oil field ...

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Peterson gets logistics contract from Repsol Sinopec

Peterson has been awarded a new long-term integrated logistics contract to service Repsol Sinopec Resources UK.

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Santos to make Dorado FID in late 2020

Australia’s Santos will make a final investment decision for its Dorado discovery located in WA-437-P offshore ...

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Hurricane suffers a setback during Lancaster hook-up

Hurricane Energy has encountered a problem during the hook-up stage of its Early Production System (EPS) ...

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CGG expands Gabon seismic footprint

Marine seismic acquisition and processing company CGG has said it is extending its Gabon multi-client data ...

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USA: Weekly offshore rig count drops by 2

The number of active offshore drilling rigs in the U.S. has fallen to 19 units this past week, Baker Hughes, a GE ...

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Aker BP plans to triple oil output by 2025

Norwegian oil company Aker BP is raising its growth ambitions on the back of what it says is a strong performance ...

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Report: Thang Long JOC hires PV Drilling jack-up rig

Thang Long Joint Operation Corporation has reportedly awarded a contract for one of PV Drilling's jack-up rigs.

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