Borr Drilling CEO speaks up on new drilling contract model

The driller is offering performance based drilling contracts to oil firms.

DNV GL opens doors of new hazard awareness training center

The international oil & gas advisory and classification society, DNV GL, has opened a new training center at ...

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ABS joins forces with Keppel

ABS, a provider of classification services to the offshore industry, is pursuing multiple joint development ...

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Gazprom Neft teams up to develop tech for offshore ops

Gazprom Neft, a subsidiary to Russian natural gas company Gazprom, has used this year’s St. Petersburg ...

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Dutch duo working on offshore helicopter transfer alternative

Dutch company Damen Shipyards and its compatriot Ampelmann, a motion compensation solutions provider, have teamed ...

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Woodside opens Innovation Centre in Australia

Australia’s Monash University and Woodside have launched a new Innovation Centre that combines the ...

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Carnarvon acquires new acreage offshore W. Australia

Australian offshore oil exploration company, Carnarvon Petroleum, has acquired new acreage offshore Western ...

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DW predicts bright future for AUVs in o&g industry

Autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) still have, despite widespread use, the potential for substantial growth with ...

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Woodside gets nod for seismic surveys offshore Ireland

Australian energy company Woodside has received environmental approvals from the Department of Communications, ...

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TGS and PGS set for 3D shoot offshore Canada

Norwegian seismic contractor TGS has announced the expansion of its multi-client library offshore Eastern Canada, ...

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Sevan Marine tests cylindrical hull for GoM application

Under a program organized by the Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America (RPSEA), Doris Inc., the ...

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COSL scoops 3D seismic deal in Arctic region

China Oilfield Services Limited (COSL), an offshore oilfield service provider, has secured a contract for 3D ...

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Greenpeace slams Norway as 'environmental hypocrite'

Greenpeace slams Norway as 'environmental hypocrite' after drilling leases awarded

Environmentalists are fuming over latest offshore leases awards in Norway, covering acreage in the Barents Sea. ...

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Advent mulls ocean bottom nodes use for Sydney Basin seismic

MEC Resources has informed that ocean bottom seismographs or nodes are being considered for deployment for ...

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Total set to drill a wildcat in Martin Linge area

Total set to drill a wildcat in Martin Linge area

The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has granted Total E&P Norge a drilling permit for an exploratory ...

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Rockhopper confirms North Falkland as billion barrel basin

Oil and gas company Rockhopper Exploration has announced the completion of an independent audit of the Contingent ...

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Quadrant set to spud Outtrim East-1 well (Australia)

Quadrant set to spud Outtrim East-1 well (Australi)

Quadrant Energy, an Australian oil and gas exploration company, will drill the Outtrim East-1 well, offshore ...

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LR, Keppel team up to advance semi-sub designs

Maritime classification society Lloyd’s Register and Singaporean shipyard Keppel have joined forces in a bid ...

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Eni increases production in Nooros field off Egypt

Eni, an Italian multinational oil and gas company, has reached 65,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day production ...

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Fugro in Barents Sea metocean and ice data survey

Fugro, Dutch geotechnical subsea company, has begun a three-year period of metocean and ice data collecting as part ...

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Osbit teams with Seatools to develop new gangway system

Osbit and Dutch subsea technology company, Seatools, have teamed up to develop a new active motion compensated ...

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Spectrum completes 2D program off Somalia

Spectrum, a Multi-Client seismic data specialist, has announced the completion of its 2D seismic program offshore ...

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OTC 2016: DNV GL’s new RP could cut P&A costs

DNV GL, a certification body and classification society, has issued a new Recommended Practice (RP) on risk-based ...

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South Korea takes part in development of Iran's offshore gas

Iran is cooperating with South Korea on the development of the Middle Eastern country’s offshore resources. ...

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Seismic duo teams up for Eastern Canada survey

Two seismic players, TGS and PGS, have teamed up to acquire more than 36,000 km of 2D seismic data offshore Eastern ...

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University gets OGA grant to search for oil in Rockall area

The University of Aberdeen has received a £250,000 ($366,900) grant from the UK’s Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) ...

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USA: Offshore platforms can survive sea ice, research shows

The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE), in partnership with the University of Alaska, recently ...

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Quadrant Energy finds gas offshore W. Australia

Quadrant Energy, an Australian oil and gas company, has found gas at an exploration well, in the Carnarvon basin, ...

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