Kraken FPSO reaches offshore location

Delivery of first oil in Q2 2017 is on track, EnQuest said in an operational update on Friday.

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Vietnam nods for updated TGT development plan

The Vietnamese government has approved an updated Full Field Development Plan (FFDP) for the Te Giac Trang (TGT) ...

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Energean finds partner for Israeli development

Greek oil company Energean Oil & Gas has teamed up with the private equity fund manager Kerogen Capital, which ...

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Wintershall hands in Skarfjell concept

Wintershall Norge has now submitted the development concept for the Skarfjell field development, located in the ...

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Safety agency probes Stampede topsides

The U.S. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) has inspected platform topsides for the ...

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Tamarind takes over Tui field

After buying 57.5 percent of the Tui fields offshore New Zealand from AWE, Tamarind Management has now bought the ...

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PHOTO: Norway's oil minister officially opens Ivar Aasen

  Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy Terje Søviknes officially opened the Ivar Aasen field in the ...

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Baron Oil presses on Peruvian block farm-out

UK’s Baron Oil has nearly completed the transfer of 30 percent interest in Block Z-34 offshore Peru to its Latin ...

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BHP nods for $2.2B Mad Dog spend

BHP Billiton has approved expenditure of $2.2 billion for its share of the development of the Mad Dog Phase 2 ...

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Eni produces first oil from East Hub

Italian oil company Eni has started production of the East Hub Development Project, deep offshore Angola, in three ...

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Shell hands in Brent decom plan

Oil major Royal Dutch Shell on Wednesday submitted its decommissioning program for the Brent oil and gas field, in ...

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Johan Sverdrup development costs slashed

Development costs for the Johan Sverdrup oil field located in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea have been ...

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Hurricane boosts Lancaster estimates

Hurricane Energy reported on Tuesday that its previous resource estimates of the Lancaster field west of Shetland ...

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EPG readies Johan Sverdrup LQ modules

Poland’s Energomontaż – Północ Gdynia (EPG) has loaded out elements of living quarters (LQ), which will ...

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Wintershall to tie Skarfjell to Gjøa

German oil company Wintershall has selected a preferred concept for the development of the Skarfjell field in the ...

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Gina Krog storage vessel lags behind development

A floating storage unit meant for the Statoil-operated North Sea field Gina Krog has reportedly experienced delays, ...

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PHOTO: Culzean jackets near completion

Heerema Fabrication Group (HFG) has posted a picture on social media on Tuesday showing the last row of the Culzean ...

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Eni appraises Merakes

Italian oil and gas company Eni has drilled and tested Merakes 2, the first appraisal well of the Merakes discovery ...

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Statoil hires local contractors for Johan Svedrup hook-up

Norwegian oil company Statoil has awarded contracts for the hook-up and commissioning works on the giant Johan ...

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GALLERY: Gazprom boosts Prirazlomnaya output

Gazprom Neft, an oil producing subsidiary of Russia’s Gazprom, has met its annual production targets at the ...

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Dana Petroleum: Western Isles to start producing in late 2017

Dana Petroleum, a UK North Sea operator, is working on bringing online its Western Isles development in 2017. The ...

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W&T brings online Mahogany well

W&T Offshore has brought on production its most recently completed well in the Mahogany field, the Ship Shoal ...

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TMC to supply compressor systems for Sleipnir SSCV

Compressor supplier Tamrotor Marine Compressors (TMC) has been awarded a contract by Sembcorp Marine to supply ...

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EnQuest: Kraken under budget. First oil in 2Q 2017

EnQuest, a UK North Sea oil firm, has confirmed that the Kraken field FPSO has arrived in the North Sea and that ...

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Timor-Leste drops arbitration against Australia

Timor-Leste drops maritime border arbitration against Australia

Timor-Leste and Australia have moved a step forward in resolving their long-standing maritime border dispute, that ...

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BP fires up Thunder Horse expansion project

Oil giant BP has started up the Thunder Horse South Expansion project in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, 11 months ...

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Providence presses on with Druid well plans

Irish oil and gas exploration company Providence Resources has been given consent to progress to the second phase ...

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