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BP posts 3Q profit of $1.9 billion. Production grows

Oil company BP has reported an increase in its profit for the third quarter 2017, beating analysts’ ...

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BP chairman set to retire

UK oil major BP is looking for a new chairman as its current one has announced his intention to retire.  BP said on ...

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Gulf of Mexico operators curb output ahead of Storm Nate

Offshore oil and gas operators in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico are evacuating platforms and rigs and shutting-in ...

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CH2M wins work on BP's Tortue field

Engineering company CH2M has been awarded a new marine engineering support contract on BP’s Tortue ...

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GoM operators evacuate staff ahead of severe weather

Oil and gas operators in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico are securing their offshore facilities and evacuating ...

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BP to decide on Australia farm-in option in December

BP has been given more time to decide if it wants to take equity in Cue Energy Resources’ offshore block in ...

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BP: Arundel field begins production

British oil giant BP has started oil production from the Arundel field, one of two North Sea fields sanctioned in ...

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BP installs second Shah Deniz 2 platform

Oil major BP has installed the topsides of the production and risers (PR) platform for the Shah Deniz Stage 2 ...

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BP evacuates workers from 'Thunder Horse'

BP evacuates workers from Thunder Horse platform amid power outage

British oil giant BP has reportedly evacuated workers from its Thunder Horse platform in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, ...

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BP, partners ink long-term extension for Azeri ACG fields

BP and its partners in the Azeri, Chirag fields and the Deep Water Portion of the Gunashli Field (ACG) in the ...

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InterMoor gets Mad Dog 2 mooring gig

InterMoor, a provider of mooring services in subsea services group Acteon, has been awarded a service contract with ...

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BP presses on with pipeline assets IPO

BP’s subsidiary BP Midstream Partners has filed a registration statement with the U.S. Securities and ...

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DNV GL awards class to BP's Glen Lyon FPSO

Classification society DNV GL has awarded class to BP’s Glen Lyon floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) ...

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BP evacuates GoM platform ahead of Irma

Oil major BP has evacuated its Thunder Horse offshore platform and the West Vela drillship located in the U.S. Gulf ...

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BP launches Shah Deniz Stage 2 SCV

The Shah Deniz consortium has launched the Khankendi – a new flagship vessel for the Caspian Sea. The subsea ...

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SCV Khankendi ends sea trials

Azerbaijan’s Baku Shipyard has completed sea trials for the subsea construction vessel (SCV) Khankendi, which ...

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GOM operators evacuate workers ahead of storm

U.S. Gulf of Mexico oil operators Anadarko and Shell have evacuated workers and shut production from some of its ...

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Kosmos confirms Tortue field as 'world-class resource'

Kosmos Energy has completed the drill stem test (DST) of the Tortue-1 well, demonstrating that the Tortue field ...

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Greenpeace stages protest against BP's drilling plan

Greenpeace UK activists are staging a protest in front of the UK headquarters of the oil giant BP, protesting ...

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KBR hired for pre-FEED work on BP's Tortue project

U.S. engineering company KBR has been awarded pre-front end engineering design (FEED) and project support services ...

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Woodside brings Persephone online

Australian energy company Woodside has brought online its Persephone project offshore Western Australia.  The ...

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