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ADNOC awards consultancy deal to Penspen

Engineering and management services provider Penspen has been awarded a project management consultancy (PMC) ...

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Popular news, November 4 – 10, 2019

Offshore Energy Today's most popular news from the past week.

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EU approves Saudi Aramco and Hyundai Heavy joint venture

The European Commission has approved the creation of a joint venture between subsidiaries of oil giant Saudi Aramco ...

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i3 Energy spuds new pilot well on Liberator field

UK independent i3 Energy has started drilling a new pilot well at its Liberator field in the outer Moray Firth, ...

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Too early for Warwick West assessment, testing to begin soon

Following media speculation regarding the status and success of the Warwick West well, Hurricane Energy provided an ...

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Woodside increases gas estimate for Scarborough project

Australian oil and gas company Woodside has completed subsurface studies on the Scarborough gas field, resulting in ...

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Solstad secures six-vessel deal from Woodside

Norwegian vessel owner Solstad Offshore has entered into a contract with Woodside for the provision of six vessels.

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ExxonMobil taps SBM Offshore for Stabroek FPSO

SBM Offshore has been awarded contracts by ExxonMobil to perform front end engineering and design for an FPSO for ...

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Saudi Aramco, ADNOC mega-deals boost contract activity in Q3

The global oil and gas industry has seen a substantial boost from contract activity in the Middle East resulting in ...

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RigNet to supply comms solutions to six Petrobras FPSOs

Offshore telecommunication services provider RigNet has signed a multi-year agreement with Petrobras to supply O3B ...

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Kosmos Energy appoints new board member

Oil and gas company Kosmos Energy has named a new member of its board of directors.

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Standard Drilling bounces back to black

Norwegian offshore vessel owner Standard Drilling has reported an operating profit in the third quarter of 2019 ...

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West Mira first ever rig to receive DNV GL Battery notation

Northern Drilling’s West Mira has become the first rig in operation to be awarded the DNV GL Battery Power class ...

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Leviathan field set for first gas in December

Israel's giant Leviathan gas field is set to start producing gas in December 2019, as the construction works on the ...

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GlobalData: West of Shetland set to overtake North Sea

Over the last four years oil and gas production in the West of Shetlands has risen and with that, a growing ...

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BP starts drilling at Puma West well near Mad Dog field

Oil major BP has started drilling at the Puma West prospect the Green Canyon Block of the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.

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Cyprus OKs Aphrodite field development plan

First gas is expected to start flowing in 2025.

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Worldwide offshore rig count in October up 37 rigs Y-o-Y

The worldwide offshore rig count in October 2019 decreased by two units sequentially, but increased by 37 units ...

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Saipem grabs Alen award offshore E. Guinea

Equatorial Guinea’s Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons has approved a contract award to Italy's Saipem from Noble ...

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DOF Subsea scores several contracts in Trinidad, GoM

Norwegian subsea service business DOF Subsea has won multiple contract awards from undisclosed clients in Trinidad ...

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Seismic player SeaBird sees dayrates, tenders increasing

Marine seismic pricing is continuing to strengthen and the Ocean Bottom Node market is the place to be for SeaBird ...

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Pandion exits Duva field, PGNiG ups stake

Pandion Energy has agreed to divest its 20% share in the Duva field through two transactions, one with PGNiG ...

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Vantage revenues fall as deepwater rig utilization drops

Vantage Drilling recorded a decrease in quarterly revenues as its deepwater rig utilization dropped in the third ...

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Talos to have formal Zama resource report by year-end

U.S. oil company Talos will have a formal resource report on its large Zama oil discovery offshore Mexico by the ...

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MMA closes Neptune takeover

Australian offshore support vessel company MMA Offshore has completed the acquisition of the business of Neptune ...

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Maersk plans low-emission upgrade for another rig

Maersk Drilling has secured a contract extension offshore Norway from Aker BP for the ultra-harsh environment ...

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Brazil's offshore bidding round 'a disaster'

Brazil’s offshore oil and gas auction that had been described as the largest ever came short of expectations. The ...

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