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Woodside reducing number of workers at facilities

Australian energy giant Woodside is reducing the number of workers on its facilities in an attempt to minimize the ...

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NOPSEMA transitions to remote work amid coronavirus outbreak

Australia’s National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority (NOPSEMA) has taken steps to ...

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Safety issues found during audit of Ærfugl production pipes

Norwegian offshore safety watchdog, the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA), has found irregularities during an audit ...

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L&T to investigate incident after two workers injured

India's L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering has launched an investigation into a recent offshore incident on a heavy lift ...

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Equinor cleared to use facilities linking Dvalin to Heidrun

Norwegian oil company Equinor has received consent from the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) for the use of ...

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Repsol Sinopec files decom plans for North Sea fields

Repsol Sinopec Resources has filed its draft decommissioning plans to the UK authorities for the Buchan & Hannay ...

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NOPSEMA assessing Beach's Otway pre-drilling program

Australia's National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority (NOPSEMA) has begun an ...

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Coronavirus confirmed on Equinor's North Sea field

Following suspension of helicopter flights to several Equinor's offshore installations due to suspected coronavirus ...

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Equinor suspends helicopter flights over coronavirus tests

Equinor has suspended helicopter flights to several offshore installations due to suspected coronavirus case, but ...

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TAQA submits Cormorant Alpha derrick removal plan

TAQA Bratani, a UK subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi National Energy Company, has submitted a draft for the derrick ...

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Deepsea Atlantic rig cleared for North Sea field work

Equinor has received consent from the offshore safety body, the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA), for drilling ...

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Probe launched after gangway incident in North Sea

Norwegian offshore safety watchdog has launched an investigation into an incident on February 29, 2020, where the ...

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Green light to Beach for Otway exploration well

Beach Energy's Lattice Energy has received approval from the Australian offshore regulator to drill the Artisan ...

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Wintershall Dea to use 'Island Constructor' in Norway

Wintershall Dea has received consent from the Norwegian offshore regulator to use the Island Constructor vessel for ...

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Cairn gains rig safety nod for North Sea well

Norway's Petroleum Safety Authority has given its consent to Capricorn for exploration drilling in the North Sea, ...

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Production halt at Australian platform over electrical fault

Triangle Energy has confirmed that production at the Cliff Head Alpha Platform off Australia has been suspended as ...

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BP evacuates workers from North Sea platform

Oil major BP has evacuated non-essential personnel from the ETAP platform located in the UK North Sea following a ...

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Green light to Lundin for Barents Sea wildcat

The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate has granted Lundin Norway a drilling permit for a well in the Barents Sea ...

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Investigation launched after North Sea rig crane collapse

An investigation has been launched into an incident on a Valaris-owned jack-up drilling rig, currently working for ...

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Israel limits natural gas production at Leviathan

The Government of Israel has limited the natural gas production from its largest natural gas field – Leviathan – to ...

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PSA: Lundin needs to improve Edvard Grieg materials handling

Norwegian offshore safety watchdog has found irregularities during an audit of Lundin's Edvard Grieg platform ...

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Serica's North Sea fields in 2-month shutdown

Serica Energy has halted production on its Bruce, Keith, and Rhum fields due to issues on the Bruce platform in the ...

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Suncor slapped with another order for Terra Nova

Canadian offshore regulator has sent another safety order to Suncor Energy and started a formal enquiry of an ...

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Jadestone gearing up for development well on Montara

Jadestone Energy's environmental plan to drill the development well H6 in permit area AC/L7 in the Montara field is ...

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Incident on Terra Nova FPSO results in safety order

The Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board (C-NLOPB) has issued an order to Suncor Energy ...

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ExxonMobil to abandon Whiting wells off Australia

ExxonMobil has submitted its environment plan for the plug and abandonment of five Whiting wells, located in the ...

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Three injured in fire on Pemex platform

Three people were injured in a fire on the Pemex-operated offshore platform, located in the Southern Gulf of ...

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