Woodside finances subsea tech order with export loan

Norway’s OneSubsea is working to deliver subsea technology worth more than NOK 1 billion for Woodside’s ...

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Report: Barossa Caldita FID slated for late 2018

Australian energy firm Santos has reportedly said that a final investment decision for the ConocoPhillips-run ...

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Ichthys platform, FPSO named in South Korea

Japan’s Inpex on Friday celebrated the naming of the massive offshore facilities destined for the Ichthys gas ...

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OPEC could extend or deepen supply cut if oil glut persists

By Rania El Gamal RIYADH (Reuters) – OPEC could extend its oil supply-reduction pact with non-members or even ...

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Wood Group scores service deal with BP

Oil and gas services company Wood Group has been awarded a global agreement with the UK oil major BP for the ...

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Ex-Origin CEO joins BHP board

Australian energy company BHP Billiton has appointed former Origin Energy CEO as a new independent non-executive ...

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Rystad: AAL sanction to mitigate declining Indonesian output

Rystad Energy’s research indicates that Santos’s Ande-Ande Lumut (AAL) project in Indonesia’s NW Natuna Sea, ...

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Sky-Futures' drones to inspect Eni's facilities

Sky-Futures, a provider of drone inspection services for the oil and gas industry, has been awarded a global ...

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Solstad to sell subsea vessel to Fugro

Norwegian offshore shipping company Solstad Offshore has agreed to sell its subsea construction support vessel REM ...

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Oil rises as OPEC-led output cuts trim oversupply

By Christopher Johnson LONDON (Reuters) – Oil strengthened slightly on Tuesday, supported by an OPEC-led ...

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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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TechnipFMC takes 'Geoholm' for Prelude FLNG ops

DOF Subsea has been awarded a contract by Technip Oceania, part of TechnipFMC in Australia, for the provision of ...

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Woodside CFO goes to Origin

Australian energy firm Origin Energy has appointed Woodside Energy’s Lawrie Tremaine as the company’s ...

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DW: Troublesome outlook for heavy lift vessels

Heavy lift vessel (HLV) contractors have faced a challenging market in recent years as the low oil price ...

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Popular news, Feb 6 – 12, 2017

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IEA: OPEC delivering on its promise to cut output

The estimated OPEC production in January was at 32.1 mb/d and the cuts achieved a record initial compliance rate of ...

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When is a FID not a FID?

Large upstream projects are more often delivered by a group of partners rather than a single 100% owner.

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Norwest welcomes another partner into Xanadu project

Australian oil company Norwest Energy has farmed out more of its stake in the Xanadu prospect in the TP/15 permit ...

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BP puts Diamond's rig on standby rate

Houston-based drilling contractor Diamond Offshore has informed that its new drilling rig the Ocean GreatWhite is ...

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International offshore rig count sinks in January

The international offshore rig count for the first month of the year was down both sequentially and year over year, ...

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Ezra faces wind-up threat as Forland seeks its cash

Ezra faces wind-up threat as Forland seeks its cash

Offshore vessel owner Forland Subsea no longer wants to wait and has served Singapore’s Ezra Holdings a ...

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Interview: Global offshore rig fleet worth $56.6 billion

Interview VesselsValue now provides valuations for offshore rigs

VesselsValue, a website providing intel on offshore and shipping world including the valuations of the various ...

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Greens hint at Chevron 'buying' support for GAB drilling

Chevron has reportedly donated thousands of dollars to the Liberal and Labor parties in Australia, in an alleged ...

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Popular news, Jan 30 – Feb 5, 2017

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DOF lands IMR work in Asia Pacific

DOF Subsea has been awarded a three-year inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR) frame agreement in the Asia ...

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Woodside swaps Atwood rigs

Australian energy company Woodside has transferred a drilling contract from one of Atwood Oceanics’ rigs to ...

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Shell elects new Australian chairman

Oil giant Shell informed on Friday that Zoe Yujnovich will succeed Andrew Smith as chairman of the Shell companies ...

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