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Noble Energy hires Gate for Leviathan platform work

Noble Energy has hired Gate Energy to help with the commissioning of the Leviathan platform in the Mediterranean ...

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Danos nets fabrication gig for E. Guinea project

U.S.-based oilfield services provider Danos has been awarded a fabrication contract for a project offshore ...

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Fincantieri in another push to make Vard private

Italy’s Fincantieri has not given up on its intention to delist Vard, an offshore vessel construction ...

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Marco Polo, PPL Shipyard settle rig order dispute

Sembcorp Marine’s subsidiary PPL Shipyard has settled a dispute with offshore services provider Marco Polo, ...

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Norway, UK team up in late life and decom hackathons

ITF and Norwegian Energy Partners will address operator late life and decommissioning challenges in jointly hosted ...

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Popular news, November 6 - 12, 2017

The most popular articles of the week.

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USA: Weekly offshore rig count unchanged

U.S. weekly offshore rig count neither rose nor fell this past week, as Baker Hughes, a GE company, on reported on ...

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Halliburton opens Nigeria's first O&G training center

Halliburton and the Akwa Ibom state government have opened Nigeria’s first oil and gas training center equipped ...

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Norway's first offshore platform controlled from land

  Statoil on Thursday made history, or at least made an important step towards making history, with the ...

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Sembcorp, DNV GL in disruptive offshore tech push

Sembcorp Marine, DNV GL et al. working on disruptive tech for offshore industry

Firms working on 3D Printing , Drone and Digital Twin technologies for Singapore's offshore sector

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Tampnet to operate Dutch offshore telecom infrastructure

Tampnet, a provider of telecom services for the offshore industry, has been awarded a contract to operate shared ...

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Subsea 7 profit dips. CEO sees gradual recovery in tendering

Offshore installation and construction company Subsea 7 has reported a rise in the third quarter revenue, but a ...

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UK consortium to develop offshore energy robotics tech

A consortium of five universities, working with 31 industrial and innovation partners, will deploy up to £36 ...

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Bumi Armada's FPSO in "world's first" molten sulphur offload

Malaysia’s Bumi Armada has boasted with making history last week by completing the world’s first ...

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Chrysaor to use visualisation software on North Sea assets

Aberdeen-based Return To Scene Limited will supply London-based independent oil & gas company Chrysaor with its R2S ...

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Harvey Gulf expands fleet with new MPSV

U.S. offshore vessel operator Harvey Gulf International has announced the delivery of the second large capacity ...

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Hurricane Harvey deepens Noble’s 3Q loss

Offshore driller Noble Corporation on Thursday reported a net loss for the third quarter of of $97 million, on ...

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Repsol quarterly result boosted by higher oil prices

Spanish oil company Repsol reported a rise in net income for the third quarter of the year, boosted by higher oil ...

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TechnipFMC wins subsea equipment deal in Malaysia

TechnipFMC has been awarded a subsea contract by Murphy Sabah Oil for the Phase 1A Block H Gas Development Project.

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Two firms team up to help turn aging rigs into reefs

The partnership has come up with what it calls the Integrated Rigs to ReefsTM (IR2RTM).

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Siccar, BHGE pen Cambo development deal

BHGE will as the exclusive supplier support the appraisal and early production phases of Cambo, with the ability to ...

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Sembcorp Marine sees signs of recovery

Singapore’s Sembcorp Marine returned to profit in the third quarter 2017, posting a net profit of $2.7 ...

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Flowline Specialists wraps up Middle East SURF project

The Dubai subsidiary of Scottish energy industry equipment manufacturer and service provider Flowline Specialists ...

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Avitas, Kraken team up for subsea robotic inspection

Avitas Systems, a GE Venture, has entered into a strategic partnership with Kraken Robotics to create an integrated ...

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What do upstream firms aim to gain from digital investments?

What do upstream oil and gas companies expect to gain from investing in digital initiatives? They expect faster ...

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Wison, GTT in floating LNG pact

China’s Wison Offshore & Marine has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with GTT, a provider of ...

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ION gets seismic software development grant

Edinburgh-based Concept Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary of ION Geophysical, has received backing from Scottish ...

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