Statoil completes two incident investigations

Statoil has completed investigations of a well control incident on the offshore Troll field and a hydrogen leak at ...

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Schlumberger narrows its loss

Schlumberger, the world’s largest oilfield services provider, tightened its loss in the fourth quarter of ...

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Tullow to shut down Jubilee for two weeks

Oil and gas company Tullow Oil is planning to temporarily shut down operations at its Jubilee field, offshore ...

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Scotland wants bigger slice of global subsea market

Scotland has revealed a new Subsea Engineering Action Plan with the aim of capturing an even bigger slice of the ...

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Aker BP takes Simon Møkster's PSV

Norway’s Simon Møkster Shipping has agreed a contract extension for one of its vessels with its compatriot, ...

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Big Oil back on the acquisition trail as outlook brightens

The world's top oil companies are back in acquisition mode, targeting smaller exploration and development firms to ...

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Saipem hires Solstad CSV in Indonesia

Solstad Offshore has entered into a contract with Saipem in Indonesia for offshore installation works for the ...

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Noble scoops jack-up work with Saudi Aramco

Offshore drilling contractor Noble Corp. has received contract extensions for a pair of jack-up rigs from the oil ...

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EMGS extends Boa Thalassa vessel charter at reduced dayrates

EMGS extends Boa Thalassa vessel charter at reduced dayrates

Norwegian marine seismic firm Electromagnetic Geoservices ASA has signed a new charter agreement for the vessel BOA ...

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OneSubsea scores Utgard subsea system work

OneSubsea has been awarded an engineering, procurement and construction contract by Statoil to supply the subsea ...

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Lundin gets nod for Barents Sea well

The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has granted Lundin Norway a drilling permit for wellbore 7219/12-1 A, in ...

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Sterling undergoes board changes

Sterling Energy, the AIM-listed oil and gas exploration company, has made several non-executive changes, which are ...

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KTV Group wins Martin Linge contract

KTV Group, a maintenance and service provider to the oil and gas industry, has been selected as a supplier of ...

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Proserv prepares for expansion as new work comes in

Energy services company Proserv has secured contracts valued at more than $12 million so far in 2017 and has ...

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TGS launches first seismic survey of 2017

TGS, a marine seismic data acquisition specialist, has announced its first multi-client acquisition project in ...

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UMW to buy Icon Offshore

Malaysian offshore drilling services company UMW Oil & Gas (UMW-OG) has entered into a deal to buy the ...

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Statoil gains nod to modify Sleipner

Norwegian oil company Statoil has received consent from the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) to make modifications ...

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Standard Drilling buys three more PSVs

S.D. Standard Drilling has made plans to buy three large Norwegian-built platform supply vessels (PSVs) on a wholly ...

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Eni slapped with Goliat safety orders

Norway’s offshore safety regulator has issued two orders to the Norwegian subsidiary of the Italian oil ...

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Oil rises from one-week low

By Libby George and Christopher Johnson LONDON (Reuters) – Oil bounced back from a one-week low on Thursday ...

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CNOOC eyes three more fields on stream in 2017

China’s offshore oil company CNOOC is targeting three more offshore oil and gas projects coming on stream in ...

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OPITO mourns death of chief executive David Doig

Oil and gas skills and workforce development organization OPITO has confirmed that its CEO David Doig suffered a ...

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Rystad: 2016 offshore discoveries 90% lower than in 2010

The 2016 total offshore discovered liquids resources reached only slightly below 2.3 billion bbl, 90% lower than in ...

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Prosafe to sell 'Safe Lancia' for scrap

Prosafe, an owner and operator of semi-sub accommodation rigs, has decided to sell one of its units for scrap after ...

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Woodside: Scarborough field FID by 2020

Australia’s Woodside Petroleum has informed that the final investment decision for the undeveloped Scarborough ...

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Sparrows in Kraken FPSO crane work

UK’s offshore crane services specialist Sparrows Group has secured a contract for the provision of crane ...

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Lundin to boost capex in 2017

Swedish oil company Lundin Petroleum plans for its 2017 development, appraisal and exploration budget of $1.3 ...

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