Oil rises from one-week low

By Libby George and Christopher Johnson LONDON (Reuters) – Oil bounced back from a one-week low on Thursday ...

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Rystad: 2016 offshore discoveries 90% lower than in 2010

The 2016 total offshore discovered liquids resources reached only slightly below 2.3 billion bbl, 90% lower than in ...

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Woodside: Scarborough field FID by 2020

Australia’s Woodside Petroleum has informed that the final investment decision for the undeveloped Scarborough ...

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Searcher starts reprocessing Carnarvon data

Searcher Seismic, together with project partner, CGG, has reported that the PSDM reprocessing of 1,668 square ...

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Schlumberger responds to Greenpeace seismic protest

Following Greenpeace’s protest against a seismic survey offshore New Zealand, Schlumberger has responded with ...

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Cooper reaches target gas sales for Sole FID

Australian company Cooper Energy has increased the gas sales volumes from the Sole field off Australia thus taking ...

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EnerMech expands to electrical & instrumentation sector

Engineering services specialist EnerMech has entered the electrical and instrumentation (E&I) sector with the ...

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NZOG takes control of Cue Energy

New Zealand Oil & Gas (NZOG) has secured a 50.01 percent holding in its subsidiary, ASX-listed Cue Energy ...

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Quadrant done with Phoenix appraisal well

Quadrant Energy has completed the Phoenix South-2 appraisal well, offshore W. Australia, and the rig has now left ...

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Popular news, January 9 - 15, 2017

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Woodmac: Deepwater will spring back to life in 2017

Energy intelligence group Wood Mackenzie sees the deepwater upstream oil and gas sector springing back to life in ...

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Greenpeace cuts off seismic vessel off New Zealand

Greenpeace crew have made contact with the world’s biggest seismic vessel after traveling 50 nautical miles on two ...

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Oil prices dip on doubts over planned crude output cuts

By Henning Gloystein SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Oil dipped on lingering doubts that crude production cuts would go ...

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Fugro scores IRM contract with Inpex in Australia

Dutch offshore services provider Fugro has won a five-year contract for subsea inspection, repair and maintenance ...

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Inpex completes Ichthys subsea installations

Inpex has completed the installation of subsea infrastructure for the extraction of gas and condensate from the ...

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Solstad CSV to work on Ichthys

Norwegian shipping company Solstad Offshore has been awarded a subcontract with McDermott for work on the Ichthys ...

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Hess shelves Equus development

Energy company Hess Corporation has increased its annual budget after two consecutive years of reducing it. The ...

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OMV set to resume at Maari

Oil company OMV is set to progressively resume production from the Maari oil field offshore New Zealand following ...

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Oil prices rise as details of Saudi supply cuts emerge

By Henning Gloystein SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Oil rose on Wednesday, lifted by reports of Saudi supply cuts to ...

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SapuraKencana, Proserv in subsea technology pact

Malaysia’s SapuraKencana Petroleum and UK’s Proserv are teaming to provide enhanced technology services ...

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Searcher starts reprocessing PNG data

Independent, multi-client company Searcher Seismic has started a 3D reprocessing project, offshore Papua New ...

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McDermott's vessel gets subsea navigation

Underwater acoustics provider Sonardyne has supplied McDermott’s Lay Vessel 108 with acoustically-aided ...

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Santos in Victorian exit

Australia’s Santos has completed the sale of all Victorian gas assets offshore Australia, except for the 10 ...

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Timor-Leste scraps sea treaty deal with Australia

Timor-Leste has decided to scrap a 2006 deal with Australia that splits the future revenue from the now-frozen ...

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December knocks down more rigs in international rig count

The international offshore rig count for December 2016 was down both sequentially and year over year.  According to ...

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Popular news, January 2 - 8, 2017

Popular news, January 2 – 8, 2017.

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Platts: Oil stock overhang could disappear by 3Q 2017

With 2016 behind us, energy intelligence groups have begun dishing out their takes on the energy sector for 2017. ...

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