Reach thousands of offshore professionals!

World’s most visited offshore industry news platform

Novatek closes sale of interests in Arctic LNG 2

Russian gas producer Novatek has closed the sale of participation interests in its Arctic LNG 2 Project to two ...

read more →

Green light for Eni's Woollybutt plan

Eni has received approval from Australian authorities for the environment plan for the Woollybutt field ...

read more →

Liza Destiny FPSO sets sail for Guyana

Liza Destiny, an FPSO that will make Guyana an oil-producing nation, has set sail from Keppel’s Singapore yard ...

read more →

Repsol making progress with Yme field

Spanish oil company Repsol is pressing ahead with the development of the Yme field offshore Norway.

read more →

Premier prepares for Tolmount East appraisal well spud

Oil and gas company Premier Oil has said that drilling of the Tolmount East appraisal well located in the UK ...

read more →

Inpex set to begin FEED work for Abadi LNG project

Following approval from Indonesian authorities of Inpex's revised plan for Abadi LNG project, Inpex and its partner ...

read more →

Gudrun field partners to invest in further development

Partners in the Gudrun field offshore Norway have decided to invest in a water injection plant on the field to ...

read more →

VIDEO: Equinor brings Trestakk field online

Norwegian oil and gas company Equinor started production from the Trestakk subsea field on Haltenbanken in the ...

read more →

Aker Energy secures funding for oil project in Ghana

Africa Finance Corporation (AFC) has decided to finance Aker Energy's deepwater project located offshore Ghana by ...

read more →

Abadi LNG project 'still faces several challenges'

Japanese oil and gas company Inpex has received approval from Indonesian authorities for the revised Plan of ...

read more →

Neptune in offshore hydrogen pilot project

Oil and gas company Neptune Energy is taking part in a pioneering pilot project to create the first offshore ...

read more →

Public invited to comment on Woodside's Scarborough plan

Scarborough is one of the most remote of the Carnarvon Basin gas resources

read more →

Green light for Vigdis boosting station project

Vigdis subsea installation. (Photo source Equinor Author André Osmundsen)

Norway's Ministry of Petroleum and Energy has approved Equinor's Vigdis Boosting Station project, which is located ...

read more →

Eni produces first oil from Miztón field off Mexico

Italian oil company Eni has started the early production phase from the Miztón field in Area 1, located in the ...

read more →

McDermott wraps up offshore campaign for Reliance

McDermott has completed the first of two offshore campaigns for Reliance Industries Ltd. KG-D6 R-Cluster subsea ...

read more →

Aker BP completes first stage of Valhall Flank West hook-up

Norwegian oil and gas company Aker BP has carried out the first stage of the hook-up of the Valhall Flank West ...

read more →

CNR's decom plan for Ninian Northern platform approved

CNR International (U.K.) Limited's decommissioning program for its Ninian Northern platform, which is located in ...

read more →

ConocoPhillips files plan for North Sea re-development

ConocoPhillips has submitted a Plan for Development and Operation (PDO) for a re-development of the Tor field in ...

read more →

Novatek one step closer to Arctic LNG 2 FID

Russia's Novatek and a consortium of two Japanese companies - Mitsui and JOGMEC - have signed a sales and purchase ...

read more →

Gallery: 'Flying colors' for world's largest crane vessel

World's largest semi-submersible crane vessel, delivered recently to Heerema Marine Contractors, has completed its ...

read more →

PTTEP strikes 'multi-tcf' gas discovery offshore Malaysia

Image by Sasin Tipchai from Pixabay

Thai oil and gas company PTTEP has made a "multi-TCF gas discovery" offshore Sarawak, Malaysia.

read more →

NPCC builds 'one of world's largest offshore platforms'

Umm Lulu Gas Treatment Platform (ULGTP) - weighing 32,000 metric tonnes (MT) and measuring 77.7 meters x 83.5 ...

read more →

ConocoPhillips files MacCulloch decom plan

ConocoPhillips has submitted its draft decommissioning plan for the MacCulloch field, which is located in the UK ...

read more →

Norway OKs Lundin's plan for first Edvard Grieg tie-back

Lundin Petroleum has received final approval for the plan for development and operation for the Solveig field from ...

read more →

Neptune gets green light for two North Sea projects

Neptune Energy has confirmed that its development plans for the Duva (PL636) and Gjøa P1 (PL153) projects in the ...

read more →

Peru approves Tullow's entry in two offshore licenses

The Government of Peru has approved Tullow Oil's entry into country's two offshore licenses, Z-38 and Z-64.

read more →

Shearwater starts seismic survey over Cambodia block

KrisEnergy has announced the beginning of a 1,200 sq. km 3D Seismic Survey inthe offshore Cambodia Block A ...

read more →