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Equinor preparing for early Johan Sverdrup start-up

Equinor and its partners are preparing for production start from the Johan Sverdrup field already in October this ...

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Equinor brings online first tie-back to Aasta Hansteen

Norway's Equinor and its partners started production from the Snefrid Nord gas field, the first discovery tied back ...

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Aker Solutions cuts first steel for Chinese gas project

Aker Solutions has started fabrication work on the China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) Lingshui 17-2 ...

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Providence considering legal remedies against APEC

Providence Resources still has not received APEC’s loan to cover the costs of a survey over its Barryroe oil ...

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Ogo partners progressing towards two-well program

Nigerian oil and gas company Optimum Petroleum, together with its partner Lekoil, is progressing towards appraisal ...

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VIDEO: Wintershall Dea installs Nova subsea pipelines

Wintershall Dea has completed the installation of the subsea pipelines and umbilicals for the operated Nova project ...

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Three quarters of Nord Stream 2 offshore pipeline laid

Nord Stream 2 AG has laid 1,855 kilometers of the offshore gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea in Russian, Finnish, ...

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Byron hits pay in Gulf of Mexico well

Byron Energy-operated SM58 011 well on the Cutthroat prospect in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico has encountered ...

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First oil flows from Greater Enfield project

Woodside has produced first oil from the Greater Enfield Project through the Ngujima-Yin FPSO.

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Mubadala wraps up Manora development drilling

Mubadala Petroleum has completed the three-well development drilling program at its Manora field in the Gulf of Thailand.

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Woodside to start-up Greater Enfield project in August

Australian energy giant Woodside has revealed it will produce first oil from its Greater Enfield project located ...

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VIDEO: First oil flows from Equinor's Mariner field

Norwegian oil and gas company Equinor has produced first oil from the Mariner field in the UK North Sea.

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IOG plans to take North Sea project FID in September

Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) will be raising funds in an £88 million bond issue ahead of the its Southern North ...

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Equinor gets consent to start up Utgard field

The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate has granted its consent to start-up of the Utgard field in the North Sea.

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Saipem vessel set to tie together two ends of Nord Stream 2

The Saipem-owned pipelay vessel Castoro 10 (C10) is currently located off Rügen, Germany to tie together the two ...

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Murphy Oil greenlights Gulf of Mexico project trio

Murphy Oil has reached a Final Investment Decision for the King's Quay facility, Khaleesi/Mormont, and Samurai ...

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Providence gets permission for Barryroe site survey

Irish oil and gas company Providence Resources has received permission from Irish authorities to undertake a site ...

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Chevron starts up CO2 injection at Gorgon

Chevron Australia has announced the startup and operation of the carbon dioxide injection system at its operated ...

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BHP sanctions Ruby project in Trinidad

Australia's BHP has approved $283 million (BHP share) in funding to develop the Ruby project in Trinidad and Tobago.

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ConocoPhillips files plan for Barossa pipeline construction

ConocoPhillips and its joint partners in the Barossa gas project have submitted an environment plan to Australian ...

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Spanish yard cuts first steel for Equinor project

Spanish state-owned shipbuilding company Navantia has cut first steel for a module, which will be installed on ...

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Saipem vessel lifts Dvalin module

Heavy lift vessel Saipem 7000 has lifted the 3,500 tonne Dvalin module aboard the Equinor-operated Heidrun platform ...

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Jadestone finalizing transfer of Montara operatorship

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

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Final Nord Stream 2 pipe leaves Swedish port

The last pipe for the Nord Stream 2 pipeline stored within the premises of the port of Karlshamn, Sweden has left ...

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Providence cuts jobs while waiting on Chinese loan

Providence Resources has decided to lay off all of its technical and support staff and downsize its board. The ...

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Sirius in drilling limbo pending Ororo license extension

Sirius Petroleum is still in limbo regarding the extension of the Ororo license and the subsequent drilling ...

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Guyana OKs revised work program for CGX's Corentyne

The Government of Guyana has approved resequencing of CGX Energy’s work program in the offshore Corentyne block.

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