Melbana farms out Australian permits to Rogue Rock

Oil and gas exploration company Melbana Energy, formerly know as MEO Australia, has farmed out a share in its ...

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New gigs revive two Transocean rigs

Offshore drilling contractor Transocean has secured more work for its drilling rigs, which meant returning from ...

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Karoon eyeing FPSO for Echidna development

Karoon Gas Australia has approved the development concept for the Echidna prospect offshore Brazil following a year ...

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Faroe's appraisal well boosts Brasse volumes

Faroe's appraisal well boosts Brasse volumes

Faroe Petroleum has boosted its resources estimate for the Brasse discovery in the North Sea off Norway following ...

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CGG extends Saturno survey offshore Brazil

French geophysical services company CGG has completed an extension of its Santos VII broadband 3D multi-client ...

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PHOTO: TechnipFMC working on Jangkrik project for Eni

Oilfield services provider TechnipFMC has informed via social media channels that it completed work on Eni’s ...

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ExxonMobil finds more oil in Payara reservoir off Guyana

Oil giant ExxonMobil has discovered additional oil in the Payara reservoir offshore Guyana, increasing the total ...

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The Big Short

There’s been a wave of short term fixtures in the North Sea offshore vessel market, but is it only a band aid ...

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Increased activity lifts McDermott's revenues

Houston-based engineering, procurement, construction and installation company McDermott posted higher quarterly ...

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W&T Offshore hires ex-Hercules rig

Houston-based oil and gas company W&T Offshore has contracted a jack-up rig previously owned by the bankrupt ...

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Shell's Prelude FLNG reaches Australian waters

Shell’s giant Prelude floating LNG (FLNG) vessel has reached Australian waters following a journey from a ...

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Saipem sinks to 1H loss. Cuts full-year revenue guidance

Italian oilfield services giant Saipem posted a net loss of 110 million euros for the first half of 2017, a drop ...

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OSV Chartering Contract Management

This year’s event includes key updates and advice on Supplytime 2017…

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03rd OIL & GAS TANZANIA 2017

After a successful Oil & Gas Exhibition in 2016, Expogroup is all set for the 6th OIL & GAS AFRICA 2017…

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Technology Forum (30th Offshore Licensing Round)

The event will bring operators, prospective investors and technology developers together and will cover technology areas that are critical…

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SPE Offshore Europe 2017

Attending SPE Offshore Europe, recognised by offshore E&P professionals as Europe’s leading E&P exhibition and conference, will ensure you…

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Anadarko to curb spending

U.S.-based oil and gas company Anadarko Petroleum Corporation narrowed its net loss for the second quarter 2017 and ...

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Noble awards Leviathan work to Schlumberger

Schlumberger, the world’s largest oilfield services provider, has been awarded a contract by Noble Energy for ...

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Cosco delivers 'VOS Patience' to Vroon

Chinese shipbuilder Cosco has delivered a newbuild platform supply vessel to Dutch shipping company Vroon. The ...

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Nova Scotia calls for bids on three offshore parcels

The Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board (CNSOPB), an offshore regulator, has issued its Call for Bids ...

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UK: OGA launches 30th Offshore Licensing Round

The UK Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has launched the 30th Offshore Licensing Round with 813 blocks or part blocks on ...

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Proserv scoops new decom deals

Energy services company Proserv has been awarded a series of contracts for well severance, platform, and FPSO ...

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Electrician

For one of our clients we are looking for a Ships Electrician. Our client is a company with worldwide activities. You will work in a rotation of 4 till 6 weeks on and off.

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QC Coordinator Offshore

Do you attach great importance to quality and do you have an affinity with offshore projects? Then read about what Van Oord can offer you.

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Assistant Driller

Maersk Drilling Norge AS was established in 1990 and employs a staff of approximately 1000 people.

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RigNet buys communications and IT services provider

RigNet, a global provider of communications solutions for the offshore oil and gas industry, has acquired ...

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Saudi Aramco beefing up security on offshore facilities

Oil behemoth Saudi Aramco is reportedly set to award contracts to increase the security of its offshore oil and gas ...

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Woodmac podcast: What to expect from 2Q results season?

Oil majors, such as Exxon and Shell, among others, are set to reveal their second quarter financial and operational ...

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Singapore's largest rig builders could merge?

A merger between two of the Singapore’s largest offshore rig builders, Keppel Offshore & Marine and ...

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Halliburton returns to profit

Halliburton, one of the world’s largest oilfield services providers, returned to profit in the second quarter ...

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World's 2016 energy spending dragged down by upstream O&G

World’s total energy investment in 2016 fell to $1.7 trillion, a 12 percent drop versus $1.9 in 2015, dragged ...

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GALLERY: 'Topaz Tiamat' tests the waters of Norway

Topaz Energy and Marine has shared the photos of its latest newbuild, the Topaz Tiamat, undergoing sea trials in ...

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VIDEO: First Johan Sverdrup jacket heads to North Sea

Oil company Lundin Norway has informed that the first steel jacket for the Johan Sverdrup field center left the ...

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Greenpeace protests against Barents Sea drilling

Eleven activists from the Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise took to the water in inflatable boats on Friday to protest ...

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