ConocoPhillips set to spud another Barossa well

ConocoPhillips has completed drilling an appraisal well at the Barossa project offshore Australia, and is set to ...

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Neptune in geotech work for PTTEP

Australian subsea services provider Neptune has been awarded a geophysical and geotechnical work scope by ...

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Oil prices to revolve around $60–70 in next three years

McKinsey Energy Insights (MEI), a specialist energy data and analytics unit within McKinsey consulting firm, has ...

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Japan stepping up methane hydrate extraction efforts

Japan stepping up methane hydrate extraction efforts

Japan is stepping up its efforts to unlock its methane hydrate reserves in order to reduce the energy imports. The ...

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Oil falls after failed North Korean missile test

By Aaron Sheldrick TOKYO (Reuters) – Crude oil fell on Monday in quiet trading after the three-day Easter ...

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Popular news, April 10 – 16, 2017

Popular news, April 10 - 16, 2017

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EM&I lands work on ageing Stag

Asset integrity services provider EM&I has secured a new contract with Quadrant Energy for work on the ageing ...

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Mitsui's new FPSO hull concept gets approval in principle

Japan’s Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding (MES) has obtained a Bureau Veritas approval in principle (AIP) ...

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PPP in trading halt pending asset disposal announcement

Pan Pacific Petroleum’s shares will be placed in a trading halt at the Australian Stock Exchange at the ...

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OPEC over-delivers on oil cuts

By Alex Lawler LONDON (Reuters) – OPEC cut oil output in March by more than pledged under a supply reduction ...

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Industry disappointed by Greenpeace's 'media stunt'

Representatives from the oil and gas industry have condemned Greenpeace’s repeated obstruction of a seismic ...

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Hansa Heavy Lift delivers Jangkrik subsea equipment

Heavy transport specialist Hansa Heavy Lift (HHL) has utilized its HHL Richards Bay transport vessel to transfer ...

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Greenpeace boss faces jail time over oil protest

Greenpeace New Zealand’s chief executive Russel Norman could face jail time after jumping into the sea in ...

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Santos sheds last Victorian gas asset

Australia’s Santos has shed the last of its Victorian gas assets after the completion of the 10 percent interest ...

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Popular news, April 3 – 9, 2017

The most popular articles of the week.

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PHOTO: Second Ichthys PSV named in Australia

Australian offshore vessel provider MMA Offshore has named its second platform supply vessel destined to support ...

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International offshore rig count on downward spiral

The international offshore rig count for March 2017 was once again down both sequentially and year over year, Baker ...

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BP awards global engineering contract to Amec Foster Wheeler

Amec Foster Wheeler has been awarded a global framework contract by BP to provide engineering, procurement support ...

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Chevron chooses SNC-Lavalin's comms for W. Australia ops

SNC-Lavalin has been awarded a three-year contract, with the option of an extension, to provide telecommunications ...

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Polarcus bags Asia Pacific deal

Marine seismic acquisition company Polarcus has received a contract award for a broadband 3D marine seismic project ...

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Out of layup & back to work

The worst is over, the layup list is decreasing. But after the most brutal downturn in memory, what are we left ...

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Oilfield services jobs picking up after massive cuts

Oilfield services industry has laid off some 300.000 people since the collapse of oil prices in 2014, however the ...

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ConocoPhillips hires Babcock for offshore helicopter support

ConocoPhillips has awarded Babcock a contract for offshore helicopters services in the Timor Sea. Babcock’s ...

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SeaBird's seismic vessel in Asia Pacific survey

SeaBird Exploration, a marine seismic acquisition provider, has signed a letter of intent to provide a seismic ...

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Empyrean further builds Asian offshore portfolio

Oil and gas company Empyrean Energy has entered into a sale and purchase agreement to conditionally acquire up to a ...

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Kawasaki Heavy to ditch offshore segment

Japanese Kawasaki Heavy Industries has decided to withdraw from its offshore construction side of business in an ...

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Activists confront 'Amazon Warrior' off New Zealand

Seismic vessel Amazon Warrior has been intercepted offshore New Zealand by the Māori people demanding a stop of a ...

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