API’s IM standards boost offshore safety

API is continuing to lead the way on safety

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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Shearwater starts survey over Shell's Pensacola prospect

Shearwater GeoServices has started a 3D seismic survey over the Shell-operated Pensacola prospect on License P2252 ...

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Green light for Neptune's Juliet decom plan

Oil and gas company Neptune Energy has received approval for its decommissioning plan for the Juliet field located ...

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Shell takes PowerNap FID

Shell has taken the final investment decision for the PowerNap deepwater project in the US Gulf of Mexico.

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