Borr Drilling CEO speaks up on new drilling contract model

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

Norway ramps up September oil output

Norway’s oil production in September this year was above the one produced in the country in the same period ...

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Vocus connects Ichthys, Prelude to North-West Cable System

Vocus Group, an Australian telecommunications company, has connected its high-speed fiber-optic North-West Cable ...

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Petrobras output spikes in September

Brazilian oil giant Petrobras increased domestic oil and gas production in September compared to its output in ...

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Ophir expands E. Guinea foothold ahead of Fortuna FID

Ophir Energy, a company developing the Fortuna FLNG project in the Block R, offshore Equatorial Guinea, is ...

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Ghana, Ivory Coast set to implement maritime border ruling

Ghana and Ivory Coast have committed to ensure that the recent ruling by an international court on the maritime ...

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AP starts arbitration over Gambian licenses

Oslo-listed independent oil and gas company African Petroleum (AP) has started arbitration proceedings “to ...

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Fairfield Nodal heads off Brazil for Libra survey

Fairfield Nodal has set off for deeper waters to acquire and process high-resolution 3D marine seismic data for the ...

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Global moves towards final award of Italian blocks

Italian authorities have published the remaining two environmental decrees in relation to Global Petroleum’s ...

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Shell director steps down amid Rio Tinto allegations

A director at the Anglo/Dutch oil major Royal Dutch Shell has stepped down following fraud allegations related to ...

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Global in prospectivity increase off Namibia

Oil and gas company Global Petroleum has seen an increase in the prospectivity of its acreage offshore Namibia ...

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RockRose buying Idemitsu Petroleum UK

RockRose Energy has signed a deal to buy Idemitsu Petroleum UK and its assets in the UK North Sea. In a statement ...

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Oil firm brings online world's first floating wind farm

Norwegian oil and gas company, or in this context, energy company, Statoil, has brought online the world’s ...

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Energy XXI output remains curtailed due to Nate

Houston-based oil company Energy XXI Gulf Coast has not sustained any significant damage due to Hurricane Nate but ...

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PSA finds improvement points during Martin Linge FSO audit

Norwegian offshore safety body, the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA), has found one non-conformity and four ...

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Subsea 7 buys 'Normand Oceanic'

Subsea engineering and construction services company Subsea 7 has made an agreement to buy the remaining 50 percent ...

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Transocean in two-year deal for Deepwater Invictus drillship

Offshore driller Transocean has secured a $106 million contract for one of its ultra-deepwater drillships. The ...

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IOG picks ODE for support work in North Sea

UK-based Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) has signed a letter of intent (LOI) with Offshore Design Engineering (ODE) ...

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EMGS begins preparations for survey off Canada

Electromagnetic Geoservices and its subsidiary Electromagnetic Geoservices Canada have initiated preparations for ...

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Total completes Avalon farm-in (Ireland)

Total has farmed into and has taken over operatorship of Providence’s Licensing Option 16/27 offshore ...

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JOGMEC, Petrovietnam extend cooperation in Vietnam

Japan Oil, Gas, and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC) and Petrovietnam have renewed the memorandum of ...

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Shell, EthosEnergy ink 5-year offshore maintenance deal

Shell and EthosEnergy have signed a five year maintenance service agreement for the provision of engineers and ...

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Report: 'Malaviya Seven' pulled from auction after low bid

An offshore supply vessel detained in Aberdeen for over a year due to unpaid wages to the crew has reportedly been ...

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Saipem's giant vessel takes part in defense drill in Cyprus

Oilfield services and offshore drilling rig provider Saipem has taken part in a defence exercise organized by ...

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Search called off for worker missing after platform blast

U.S. Coast Guard has  called off a search and rescue mission for a worker who went missing after a platform ...

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New SSV delivered to Maersk Supply

Chinese COSCO Dalian Shipyard has delivered a new deep subsea support vessel to the Danish shipowner, Maersk Supply ...

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Subsea 7, Sapura Energy end JV

UK-based subsea engineering, construction and services company Subsea 7 has made an agreement with Malaysia’s ...

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Jadestone boosts Stag output

Jadestone Energy, formerly known as Mitra Energy, has increased production from its Stag oil field off Australia by ...

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