Maersk Supply growing in Aberdeen

OSV owner working on becoming more than just a vessel supplier.

Mubadala spuds exploration well offshore Thailand

Mubadala Petroleum has kicked off drilling operations at its Manora-8 exploration well in the Gulf of Thailand.

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Sanctions won't harm Iran's oil exports if EU keeps its word

Iran’s oil minister Bijan Zangeneh does not expect the country’s oil exports to be hurt by the recently reimposed ...

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First cargo sent from world's first converted FLNG vessel

Perenco has reportedly shipped first cargo from the Hilli Episeyo FLNG unit moored offshore Kribi, Cameroon.

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New Zealand gas reserves decline

New Zealand's proven and probable gas reserves have taken a fall according to data released by country's Ministry ...

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Malaysia's UMW Oil & Gas changes name to Velesto Energy

Malaysian offshore drilling and services provider UMW Oil & Gas is changing its name to Velesto Energy, starting ...

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Azinam looking to drill several wells offshore Nambia

Offshore oil and gas exploration firm Azinam focused on Namibia is preparing for a multi-well drilling campaign ...

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Eni, Galp getting ready to spud Alentejo well in Portugal

Portugal's Galp and Italy's Eni are set to start preparations for an offshore well drilling in Portugal after ...

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Harbour hikes Santos takeover bid. Inserts hedging condition

Australian oil & gas producer Santos has received an increased takeover bid from Harbour Energy, however with some ...

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Shell awards Vito topsides deal to Sembcorp Marine

Singapore's Sembcorp Marine Ltd has won a contract by Shell to construct and integrate the hull, topsides and ...

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Kosmos hits snag at Suriname well. Needs to start anew

Offshore oil and gas explorer Kosmos Energy has encountered problems while drilling an offshore well in Suriname ...

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2nd AFRICA OIL & GAS LOCAL CONTENT CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION

The 2018 programme has been created around the outcomes and recommendations of the previous, highly successful event, and will focus…

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25th Anniversary International Caspian Oil & Gas Conference

In 2018, the largest oil and gas event in the Caspian Region – the Caspian Oil & Gas Exhibition and Conference Incorporating Refining…

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7th Oil and Gas Kenya 2018 Products & Eqpt. Exhibition in Africa

The 07th Oil & Gas Africa – Int’l Trade Exhibition, 29 – 31 May, 2018, is a hub for key players in the oil and gas…

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FPSO Brazil Congress 2018

This is the first and only conference dedicated to the entire lifecycle of the Brazilian FPSO industry…

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U.S. weekly offshore rig count drops to 19

The number of active offshore rigs in the U.S. fell to 19 active units this past week, according to weekly rig ...

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Russian gas giant forming its own arctic shipping firm

Russian gas giant Novatek is set to create its own shipping company - an arctic shipping company at that.

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Husky hits pay with new wells

Husky Energy has drilled a successful exploration well in the South China Sea and made a discovery in the Atlantic ...

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CNOOC inks two PSCs with Husky

CNOOC has signed two production sharing contracts with Husky Oil Operations for two blocks located in the South ...

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Another delay for Prosafe's accommodation rigs

Prosafe has postponed the delivery of three newbuild rigs from a Chinese shipyard. 

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DeepOcean clinches long-term deal with Equinor

DeepOcean has been awarded a long-term contract involving subsea life of field services on Equinor-operated fields.

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Shell takes Awilco rig for UK decom program

Awilco Drilling has signed a contract with Shell UK Limited for the provision of WilPhoenix rig for a ...

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Rosenberg WorleyParsons lands Nova tie-back to Gjøa job

Neptune Energy has awarded a contract to Rosenberg WorleyParsons for construction and installation of a new Nova ...

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Rockhopper, Premier working on Sea Lion funding ahead of FID

London-listed Rockhopper Exploration has marked the year 2018 potentially transformational, as it works to secure ...

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Xodus nets $6.7M in new deals

Engineering company Xodus Group has won £5 million worth of field development work over the past twelve months.

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KKB hired for Pegaga project work

KKB Engineering has been awarded a letter of award from Sapura Fabrication Sdn Bhd for the procurement and ...

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ION in 2D seismic survey off Grand Banks, Canada

Seismic contractor ION Geophysical has announced a new 2D multi-client program offshore Grand Banks in ...

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Ophir CEO won't see Fortuna FID happening. Steps down

London-listed Ophir Energy has informed that its CEO Nick Cooper would be stepping down from the board with ...

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Byron sees pressure decline in one of SM 71 wells

During April, Byron Energy produced 92,700 bbls of oil and 67 million cubic feet of gas from the SM 71 project in ...

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Fugro names geotechnics chair at UWA

Fraser Bransby has been appointed Fugro chair in geotechnics at the University of Western Australia’s Oceans ...

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