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ConocoPhillips names new board member

U.S. oil major ConocoPhillips has named a new member of the company’s board of directors. ConocoPhillips said last ...

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UK: AF Gruppen to get more decom work from ConocoPhillips

AF Gruppen, one of the largest civil engineering and construction companies in Norway, has received notice that ...

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Semco Maritime to prepare 'West Elara' for ConocoPhillips

Energy sector’s engineering company, Semco Maritime, has been chosen to upgrade and prepare the West Elara ...

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ConocoPhillips gets go-ahead for Ekofisk platform removal

Norwegian offshore safety body, the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA), has given ConocoPhillips consent to prepare ...

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ConocoPhillips slashes capex as red ink spills

U.S. oil major ConocoPhillips decided to cut its 2017 capital spending after posting a deeper loss for this ...

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ConocoPhillips eyeing Barossa first gas in 2023

ConocoPhillips has submitted the first offshore project proposal for its Barossa area development in the Timor Sea, ...

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Software company CEO joins ConocoPhillips board

American energy corporation ConocoPhillips has elected the founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of ClearStory ...

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Unions slam CAA move to revoke Super Puma flight ban

The Norwegian oil workers union is disappointed by the UK and Norwegian Civil Aviation Authorities’ decision ...

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Santos: Barossa drilling results 'positive'

Santos Barossa drilling results 'positive'

Australian energy company Santos has announced positive results of its two-well appraisal drilling program in the ...

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FAR in arbitration over Senegal assets

Australian oil and gas company FAR Limited has started arbitration to resolve a dispute related to ...

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ConocoPhillips takes Solstad PSV on 4-year charter

Norwegian offshore vessel owner Solstad Offshore has secured a long-term contract for the platform supply vessel ...

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Solstad to bring back PSV duo from lay-up

Norwegian offshore vessel provider Solstad Offshore has been awarded long-term contracts for the platform suppliers ...

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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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Heerema to remove four Ekofisk platforms

ConocoPhillips is set to award a contract for the removal of Ekofisk field platforms to the Dutch contractor ...

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ConocoPhillips hires two rigs for ten-year terms

North Atlantic Drilling Limited (NADL), a subsidiary of Seadrill, has secured ten-year contract awards for 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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FAR thinking of arbitration against ConocoPhillips

FAR Limited, an oil company owning a share in the giant SNE oil discovery offshore Senegal, has yet to resolve its ...

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WGP preps for North Sea seismic shoot

Marine seismic services provider WGP Group, a subsidiary of Thalassa Holdings, has been preparing to mobilize for ...

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ConocoPhillips teaches poetic strategy at CERAWeek

ConocoPhillips, the world’s largest independent E&P company, on Tuesday provided insights into its seemingly ...

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Ocean Rig gets drillship termination from ConocoPhillips

Offshore driller Ocean Rig has received a contract termination for one of its drilling rigs and reached an ...

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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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