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GoM operators resuming normal ops following Nate

Offshore oil and gas operators in the Gulf of Mexico have restarted almost the entirety of their oil production ...

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Gulf of Mexico: A quarter of oil production still shut-in

Operators are reporting less and less evacuated platforms in the Gulf of Mexico as Storm Nate now a thing of the ...

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USA: Subcommittee discusses bill to open OCS to drilling

U.S. Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources has held a hearing on a proposed bill that could re-open large ...

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Chevron: Gulf of Mexico ops back to normal following Nate

According to Reuters, U.S. oil giant Chevron said on Wednesday it resumed normal operations in the U.S. Gulf of ...

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GoM: Over 1M barrels of daily oil production still shut-in

Operations in the Gulf of Mexico are slowly returning to normal following Storm Nate, but another 1 million barrels ...

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Ensco to cut 79 Atwood jobs following acquisition

UK offshore driller Ensco has decided to cut 79 Atwood jobs after it successfully closed the acquisition of its ...

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Workers return to Gulf of Mexico following Storm Nate

After Tropical Storm Nate fizzled out, offshore oil and gas operators in the Gulf of Mexico have begun re-boarding ...

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Shell's Appomattox hull arrives in USA

Oil giant Shell shared several images last Friday through its social media channels of the Appomattox hull reaching ...

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BSEE: 92 percent of oil production shut-in due to Storm Nate

Offshore oil and gas operators in the Gulf of Mexico have remained evacuated from platforms and rigs in response to ...

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ST Engineering buys rig repair yard in U.S.

Singapore Technologies Engineering (ST Engineering) has acquired selected rig repair assets adjacent to its ...

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Shutting Virginia off to offshore drilling 'shortsighted'

Miles Morin, executive director of the Virginia Petroleum Council, a division of American Petroleum Institute, a ...

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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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U.S. offshore rig fleet down to 17 active units

The U.S. offshore rig count has fallen to 17 active drilling units after it dropped by 7 rigs this past week, ...

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Anadarko strikes oil at Warrior-2 well in Gulf of Mexico

Colombia’s Ecopetrol has informed that a new hydrocarbon discovery was made in the Warrior-2 well, in which ...

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BOEM approves Eni's Beaufort Sea exploration plan

The US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has conditionally approved a Beaufort Sea exploration plan (EP) it ...

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U.S. opens comment period for new offshore leasing plan

U.S. President Donald Trump and Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke have opened up a comment period for a new ...

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In disaster's wake, BP doubles down on deepwater

By Jessica Resnick-Ault (Reuters) – About 300 BP workers commute 150 miles here by helicopter, from the ...

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Golar dives into U.S. first FLNG project

Delfin and Golar have signed a deal to jointly develop the Delfin LNG project, off the coast of Cameron Parish, ...

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Eni submits Beaufort Sea exploration plan

Italian oil company Eni is looking to explore for oil and gas in the Beaufort Sea, offshore Alaska, and the U.S. ...

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U.S. gives nod for exports from offshore LNG terminal

The U.S. Department of Energy has approved a long-term application to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the ...

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Trump allocates $205 million for offshore safety body

U.S. president Donald Trump has proposed a $204.9 million Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 budget for the Bureau of Safety and ...

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