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PHOTO: Africa's first FLNG en route to Cameroon

PHOTO Africa's first FLNG en route to Cameroon

Offshore towing specialist ALP has shared a great photo of the towage operation of the Golar Hilli Episeyo FLNG. ...

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IEA: Too early to write obituary for oil

Oil shouldn’t be written off too early, despite the expected sharp rise in gas and renewables over the next ...

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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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Fugro vessel set to begin Zohr field work

Fugro's newly-named vessel Kobi Ruegg has joined the company's fleet and is set to begin its first project on the ...

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Africa Oil Corp. buys stake in Eco Atlantic

Through the acquisition, Africa Oil Corp. is getting access to Eco's exploration assets in Namibia and Guyana.

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Popular news, November 6 - 12, 2017

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Former CEO of SBM Offshore admits paying bribes

CEO pleaded guilty to charges related to paying bribes to foreign officials to get contracts in return.

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Westwood: Solid year for floating production systems

Following a harrowing 2016 when not a single FPS unit was ordered, this year, 2017, has seen the FPS market return.

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Baker Hughes, Sonatrach invest in new manufacturing facility

Sonatrach and BHGE have formed a new company, aiming to strengthen the country's position in the upstream oil and ...

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Bassoe: Zombie offshore rigs don’t threaten rig supply

Some of them are walking dead, but old rigs aren’t coming back to get us.

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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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Erin Energy narrows 3Q loss

Erin Energy saw its net loss shrink and revenues grow during the third quarter of the year pushed up by crude sales ...

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Tullow lifts oil production guidance

Tullow Oil has raised its oil production guidance for the year thanks to the higher output from Jubilee and TEN ...

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Asia Pacific leads in October offshore rig numbers

Baker Hughes’ international rig count for October 2017 was 951, up 20 from the 931 counted in September 2017, ...

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Eni to launch Ochigufu and Vandumbu fields in 2018, 2019

Eni has informed that the Ochigufu and Vandumbu fields offshore Angola would be launched in 2018 and 2019, respectively.

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Aminex: Kiliwani North-1 production below 1 mmcf per day

Aminex has seen production from its Kiliwani North drop below one mcf per day due to issues at the gas processing plant.

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Kosmos Energy posts 3Q loss

Kosmos Energy on Monday reported a net loss of $63.4 million for the third quarter of the year, on revenues of ...

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Popular news, Oct 30 – Nov 5, 2017

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Aje field partners bury the hatchet

Pan Petroleum Aje Limited (PPAL), subsidiary of London-based E&P company Panoro Energy, has entered into a ...

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NDA promises 'brutal and bloody' attacks against oil firms

"This outing will be brutish, brutal and bloody..."

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Hong Kong investment firm buying 53% of Hyperdynamics

The stock purchase agreement provides that Ray Leonard will remain President, Chief Executive Officer and a ...

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Tullow looking to exit block off Mauritania

Tullow Oil is looking to exit the Block C-10 offshore Mauritania by the end of November.

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Samsung Heavy confirms Egina FPSO sailaway

As previously reported by Offshore Energy Today and now confirmed by the builder, the giant FPSO left the shipyard ...

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Eco seeks clearance ahead of Namibia drilling

Canadian oil & gas exploration company Eco Atlantic has received approval to release its public notice for an ...

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PHOTO: Total's Egina FPSO sails away

PHOTO Total's Egina FPSO sails away

Total’s Egina FPSO has sailed away from South Korea and is now on its way to Nigeria. This is according to ...

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Kosmos fails to find oil or gas in Hippocampe well

Oil company Kosmos Energy has completed drilling the Hippocampe-1 exploration well located in Block C-8 ...

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Popular news, October 23 – 29, 2017

The most popular articles of the week.

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