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Statoil begins Barents Sea campaign

Norwegian oil giant Statoil has kicked off its offshore exploration campaign in the Barents Sea off Norway by ...

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BP fires up Quad 204 project

Oil major BP has produced first oil from the redeveloped Schiehallion Area, following completion of the ...

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Eni starts up OCTP project off Ghana

Italian oil company Eni has launched production from the integrated oil & gas development project in the ...

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Talos spuds exploration well off Mexico

Independent E&P company Talos Energy has started drilling the Zama-1 exploration well in Block 7 in the shallow ...

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Eni extends Irish offshore license until 2025

Italian oil major Eni and its joint venture partners have received an extension for Frontier Exploration Licence ...

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FPSO Pioneiro De Libra reaches Brazil

Teekay, a marine energy transportation, storage and production company, has informed that the FPSO Pioneiro de ...

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Petrobras brings P-66 FPSO online

Brazilian oil company Petrobras has started oil and natural gas production in the area of Lula Sul (South), at the ...

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Cairn wraps up SNE-6 appraisal

Oil and gas exploration and development company Cairn Energy has completed drilling operations at the SNE-6 ...

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Ophir sanctions fourth phase of Bualuang development

Oil and gas company Ophir Energy has sanctioned the fourth phase of the Bualuang field development in the Gulf of ...

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Heerema bags Peregrino award

Dutch contractor Heerema Fabrication Group has been awarded a procurement and construction contract for the ...

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Eni kicks off Jangkrik production

Italian company Eni has started gas production from the Jangkrik development project, in deep water offshore ...

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Ophir drills dust off Ivory Coast

Oil company Ophir Energy has failed to find ‘significant hydrocarbons’ in the Ayame-1X exploration well ...

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ABB gets funding for subsea power factory project

ABB has secured three years’ funding for its program aimed at developing subsea power factories for the oil ...

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'Pioneering Spirit' set for TurkStream work

Following a recent removal of Shell’s Brent Delta platform topsides from a location in the UK North Sea, the ...

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Norway approves Oda development plan

Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy has approved a plan for development and operation of Centrica-operated ...

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Faroe sets spud date for Brasse appraisal

Faroe Petroleum, an independent oil and gas company, has set a date for the drilling of an appraisal well on the ...

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First Otakikpo oil cargo lifted from Ailsa Craig FSO

First crude oil cargo produced from the Otakikpo marginal field has been lifted from the FSO Ailsa Craig by Shell ...

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Repsol: First oil flows from Shaw field in Montrose area (UK)

First oil has begun flowing from Repsol Sinopec’s Shaw field in the North Sea offshore UK. Shaw is a part of ...

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Carnarvon extends Cerberus licenses off Australia

Australian oil exploration company Carnarvon Petroleum has been given more time to find a partner and drill a well ...

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IKM mobilizes first equipment to Snorre B & Visund

ROV operator IKM Subsea has begun mobilization of first equipment for Statoil’s Visund and Snorre B fields in ...

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Kosmos in 'major' gas discovery off Senegal

Oil and gas exploration and production company Kosmos Energy on Monday announced what it claims to be a ...

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Lancaster resource boost for Hurricane Energy

UK offshore oil player Hurricane Energy has been given a boost after RPS Energy Consultants released a Competent ...

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Gazprom: Offshore construction of TurkStream pipeline starts

Russian gas company Gazprom began construction of the TurkStream gas pipeline in the Black Sea near the Russian ...

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COPL still looking at Mesurado results

Canadian Overseas Petroleum Limited (COPL) is not giving up on the Mesurado-1 well offshore Liberia. To remind, the ...

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VIDEO: First Mariner module heads for North Sea

Norwegian oil major Statoil has posted a video on its YouTube channel showing the departure of the first module for ...

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VIDEO: Shell's Brent Delta arrives at final destination

Able UK, a specialist for decommissioning and disposal of offshore oil and gas structures, has posted a video on ...

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Johan Sverdrup drilling platform audit finds no major issues

Johan Sverdrup drilling platform audit finds no major issues

The Norwegian offshore oil and gas safety body Petroleum Safety Authority Norway has found no major issues during a ...

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