Towards smarter and greener decommissioning

Project and financing models for decommissioning are moving up oil and gas operators’ agenda worldwide as ‘lower for longer’ oil prices raise questions about how long ageing assets can operate viably beyond their design lives.

CHC's new helicopter takes off for Shell

Offshore helicopter transportation services provider CHC Helicopter has made the inaugural flight of its new Airbus ...

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Aker Solutions lands Norwegian brownfield work with Shell

Norwegian oil services company Aker Solutions secured a framework agreement from Shell to provide brownfield ...

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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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Shell secures Prelude FLNG with 16 mooring chains

Oil major Royal Dutch Shell has connected all 16 mooring lines of its giant Prelude floating LNG (FLNG) vessel set ...

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Shell takes Maersk rig for Trinidad work

Danish offshore driller Maersk Drilling has been awarded a contract by Shell for the deepwater semi-submersible rig ...

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PHOTO: Shell’s Appomattox hull on its way to U.S.

Oil giant Shell on Tuesday shared an image through its social media channels of the Appomattox hull being loaded on ...

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Kvaerner lands decom gig with Shell

Norwegian engineering and construction services company Kvaerner has been awarded a contract with Shell for the ...

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ALE performs heaviest skidding operation on Appomattox

ALE, a global heavy-lift specialist, has performed its heaviest-ever load-out operation by hydraulic skidding when ...

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Cosco’s heavy lifter loads Shell’s Appomattox

COSCO’s Xin Guang Hua heavy lift and transportation vessel has earlier this week loaded Shell’s ...

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Jacobs secures Shell award

Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. has signed a global Enterprise Framework Agreement (EFA) renewal with Shell Oil ...

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Shell's Leman BH jacket arriving for decom soon

The Veolia-Peterson joint venture has informed that it is expecting the arrival of a supporting jacket structure of ...

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Shell’s earnings soar

Oil giant Shell posted a 245 percent rise in its second quarter earnings, on a current cost of supplies (CCS) ...

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Shell's Prelude FLNG reaches Australian waters

Shell’s giant Prelude floating LNG (FLNG) vessel has reached Australian waters following a journey from a ...

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Duo in unmanned seismic vessel project push

Autonomous vessel technology developer ASV Global has initiated phase two of an unmanned seismic vessel development ...

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Go-ahead to Shell for 'Island Constructor' use

Oil giant Shell has received consent from the Norwegian offshore safety regulator, the Petroleum Safety Authority ...

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Monadelphous bags Prelude FLNG work

Engineering company Monadelphous has been awarded a number of new work packages with a combined value of ...

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TechnipFMC vessel gears up for Prelude FLNG work

TechnipFMC’s construction vessel Deep Orient is all set to go and work on the Shell-operated Prelude project, ...

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Shell exits Ireland with $1.2B asset sale

Oil major Shell has reached an agreement to sell its shares in Shell E&P Ireland Limited that holds 45% ...

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Shell buys FPSO Turritella for $1 billion

Shell has exercised its option to buy SBM Offshore’s FPSO Turritella, which is being used to produce oil from ...

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Ensco gets drillship contracts from three oil majors

UK driller Ensco has been awarded three drillship contracts offshore West Africa, representing an aggregate three ...

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Report: DSME delivers new drillship to Transocean

South Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering has reportedly delivered a newbuild drillship to ...

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