Report: Pertamina takes JDC jack-up for one year

Indonesian state-owned oil and natural gas corporation Pertamina has reportedly hired one of JDC’s jack-up rigs.

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Pacific Drilling could soon have five rigs drilling

After having depended only on one drillship’s revenue for quite a while offshore driller Pacific Drilling might ...

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Tap Oil rejects Northern Gulf offer (Australia)

Australia’s Tap Oil has dismissed the takeover offer made by Northern Gulf Petroleum Holdings Limited, and has ...

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Maersk Invincible rig cleared for work on Valhall

Aker BP has received consent from the PSA to use the Maersk Invincible rig on the Valhall Flank North and South fields.

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Wintershall to use 'Island Wellserver' on Maria field

Wintershall has received consent from the PSA to use the Island Wellserver vessel on the Maria field.

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Gov't reviewing south-east Australian offshore blocks

The Australian government will make a review into the commercial value of south-east Australian offshore petroleum ...

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Talos scoops 14 offshore blocks in U.S. GoM lease sale

Talos Energy has been the high bidder on 14 offshore blocks in the recent Gulf of Mexico lease sale held by BOEM.

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Seabed Geosolutions picks up 4D GoM survey extension

Seabed Geosolutions has secured an extension for 4D ocean bottom node seismic monitoring surveys in the U.S. Gulf ...

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Prospector 5 rig starts journey to Glengorm field off UK

The Prospector 5 jack-up rig has left Damen Verolme Rotterdam and started its journey to the UK continental shelf.

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Faroe cries foul as DNO attempts to squeeze in two directors

Faroe Petroleum has recommended that shareholders vote against the appointment of two directors suggested by ...

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Petrobras, Ensco iron out differences

Offshore driller Ensco has said it has resolved its issues with Petrobras and is now back on track to potentially ...

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Resourceful Shelf Drilling bags deal for jack-up rig

Shelf Drilling, one of the world’s largest jack-up rig owners, has secured a contract for one of its jack-up ...

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FPSO World Congress 2018

This year’s FPSO World Congress will tap on this green shoots of recovery and will focus on practical strategies to address key project…

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ONS 2018

Offshore Northern Seas (ONS) provides a platform for the presentation of the political, economic and technological issues involving…

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FPSO World Congress 2018

The Congress will continue its global focus and will feature the biggest and most important names in the FPSO industry…

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SPE Asia Pacific Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition 2018

As the energy industry adapts to a new status quo operating under sustained low oil prices, there continues to be a need for the industry…

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Wintershall set to drill Marisko well using Transocean rig

Wintershall has received consent from the PSA for exploration drilling in the Norwegian Sea.

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Report gives boost to Energean's Israel acreage

A completed competent persons (CPR) report has noted an increase in Energean's Israeli reserves.

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New Age Cameroon well 'dissapointing.'

New Age, the operator of the Etinde block offshore Cameroon, has completed the drilling of the IM-6 appraisal well, ...

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Dorado: Australia's biggest oil discovery this century

WoodMac Australasia upstream senior analyst Daniel Toleman shares his thoughts on the recent Dorado discovery in ...

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C-NLOPB issues final report on SeaRose FPSO iceberg incident

The C-NLOPB has released the final enquiry report into SeaRose FPSO’s near-miss incident with an iceberg from last year.

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Norwegian oil production in July below expected

Oil production in Norway dipped below expected during July 2018, according to a report on Thursday by the Norwegian ...

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Equinor raises volume estimate for Sigrun offshore discovery

Norwegian oil company Equinor has completed the appraisal drilling on the Sigrun oil and gas discovery in the North ...

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Gulf of Mexico lease sale attracts $178M in high bids

Oil companies offered $178,069,406 in high bids for 144 tracts covering 801,288 acres in federal waters of the U.S. ...

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KrisEnergy ramps up Wassana production following repairs

KrisEnergy has increased production at the Wassana oil field in the Gulf of Thailand following successful repairs.

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World’s largest jack-up operator says demand growing

Shelf Drilling, which describes itself as world’s largest offshore jack-up rig owner, has seen an uptick in jack-up ...

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Report: Vietsovpetro hires two PV Drilling jack-ups

Vietsovpetro, a Russian-Vietnamese joint company for oil and gas exploration, has hired two PV Drilling jack-up rigs.

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NAO wins first-ever charter outside North Sea

Offshore vessel operator Nordic American Offshore has won a contract for one of its platform supply vessels.

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Archer to boost Norwegian headcount to 2000 by year-end

Oil services company Archer will increase its Norwegian workforce by 30 percent by the end of 2018.

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Eni bites dust in well offshore Vietnam

Italian oil major Eni has found no hydrocarbons in an exploration well in Block 120 off Vietnam.

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Awilco Drilling stops paying dividends. Enters growth mode

Awilco Drilling

Oslo-listed driller Awilco Drilling will stop paying dividends as the company says it has entered the growth and ...

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