TTS to cut 40-60 jobs in China and Norway

TTS to cut 40-60 jobs in China and Norway

TTS Group will lay off 40-60 employees due to, as it explained, a weaker market development than expected in the offshore sector. The company says that the cuts affect the offshore operations in Bergen, Norway, and ...

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Statoil opens office in Berlin

Statoil opens office in Berlin

Statoil’s representative office in Berlin was officially opened on November 27, 2014 by marketing and trading ...

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IoD Boss slams BG for ‘excessive’ CEO salary

Helge Lund, new BG Group CEO, has been offered a £25 million pay deal

Institute of Directors (IoD), a UK-based body that represents and set standards for company directors, has slammed ...

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Kvaerner: EVP Concrete Solutions leaves

Tow-out and installation of concrete platform 
for the Sakhalin II development.

Bjørn Gundersen has decided to leave the position as Executive Vice President (EVP) for Concrete Solutions at ...

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SBM Offshore speaks up on bribery allegations in Brazil

Petrobras' CEO Maria das Gracas Foster

SBM Offshore, a Dutch company providing FPSO units to oil and gas industry, has issued a statement with regards to ...

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ExxonMobil, COPL ‘committed’ to Liberian deal

ExxonMobil, COPL 'committed' to Liberian deal

Canadian Overseas Petroleum Limited along with its partner, ExxonMobil, remain committed to completing their work ...

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Statoil extends life of Tune field

Statoil extends life of Tune field

Statoil has received consent from the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) Norway to continue to use facilities on the ...

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Circle Group buys WellPartner

Circle Group buys WellPartner

HitecVision has announced the Circle Group’s acquisition of WellPartner AS, an equipment and services company ...

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Rolls-Royce to equip MPSV for Myklebusthaug

UT 7521 WP

Rolls-Royce has won a £12 million ($18.9 million) order to provide design, integrated power and propulsion systems ...

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Woodside exec leaves for Beach

Woodside exec leaves for Beach position

Woodside Petroleum’s Executive Director Robert Cole has resigned its position and, according to Beach Energy, ...

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Slip & fall injury sends offshore worker to hospital

North Cormorant

Shetland Coastguard has flown an injured worker from the North Cormorant platform in the UK North Sea. According to ...

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Dealing with cutbacks without affecting safety

Petroleum Safety Authority Norway

The Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) Norway has held a dialogue meeting with the industry on November 25, ...

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Shell faces $4B fine for Bonga oil spill

Shell faces $4B fine for Bonga oil spill

Nigerian parliament has brought a proposal under which oil company Shell should pay $3.96 billion for an offshore ...

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Woodside: Persephone offshore development approved

Woodside CEO Peter Coleman

Australia’s Woodside as operator of the North West Shelf (NWS) Project, has informed that the NWS Project ...

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VOS Champagne on its first charter

Vroon's VOS Champagne on its first charter

Vroon Offshore Services has informed that on November 22, 2014 the company’s AHTS vessel, VOS Champagne, was ...

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Draupner in PSA probe

PSA probes Draupner for emergency preparedness (Norway)

The Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) Norway has carried out an audit of emergency preparedness and radio and ...

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Full Wärtsilä package for 6 Maersk AHTS vessels

Wärtsilä to power 6 Maersk AHTS vessels

A new series of six Anchor Handling Tug Supply vessels to be built at the Kleven Verft AS in Norway for the Danish ...

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'Grampian Deliverance' delivered

New ERRV launched in Spain

Shipping and energy services firm Craig Group has launched their latest emergency response and rescue vessel ...

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Dolphin accepts India seismic gigs

Artemis Arctic

Dolphin Group ASA has formally accepted the Letter of Award to perform two major 3D seismic projects in India for a ...

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