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Rosneft enters oil supply deal with China's CEFC

Russia's largest oil producer Rosneft has entered into a five-year crude oil supply deal with CEFC China Energy ...

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Singapore reclaiming the throne in offshore shipbuilding

Singapore

Singaporean shipyards have held an influential position in the offshore shipbuilding world for years. Now they’re ...

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Chrysaor awards more North Sea work

Oil and gas procurement specialist, Craig International, has been awarded a contract with Chrysaor.

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Well-Centric secures North Sea contract

Well-Centric has secured a contract worth up to £300,000 per year with Chrysaor.

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Siem Offshore seeks debt relief from banks

Norwegian shipping company Siem Offshore is seeking help from banks to ensure its survival through the downturn. ...

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Ancala completes North Sea pipeline stake buy

Ancala completes Apache's North Sea pipeline stake

Ancala Midstream has completed the acquisition of Apache’s interests in the Scottish Area Gas Evacuation (SAGE) ...

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Royal Navy destroys WWII bomb found near North Sea pipeline

UK’s Royal Navy has destroyed a World War II bomb found sitting on the sea bottom near a North Sea gas ...

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Wood starts work on Beryl pipeline and SAGE

Oilfield services company Wood has started a contract to act as operating partner of the Scottish Area Gas ...

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Mubadala ditches Thai well

Mubadala Petroleum has abandoned an exploration well located in the G1/48 concession in the Gulf of Thailand.

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Aberdeen's John Lawrie in management buyout

John Lawrie Group has been acquired by its management in partnership with Rubicon Partners and Grovepoint as it ...

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Safety audit finds flaws on Visund's flexible risers

Norwegian offshore safety body, the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA), has found several issues during an audit of ...

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Popular news, November 13 - 19, 2017

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U.S. weekly offshore rig count climbs up to 21

Oilfield services provider Baker Hughes has reported that the U.S. weekly offshore rig count has risen to 21 active ...

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Zama discovery appraisal to begin in late 2018?

Appraisal drilling of Mexico’s first private offshore oil discovery Zama-1 is expected to begin in late 2018, at ...

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Brazil: Statoil extends drilling management deal with Archer

Oilfield services company Archer has received a three-year extension from Statoil for the provision of platform ...

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OMV gains drilling permit for Hades & Iris drilling

OMV has received a drilling permit for a wildcat well in the Norwegian Sea from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate ...

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Anadarko to spend $1.1 B on GoM ops in 2018

U.S. oil company Anadarko will spend $4.2 to $4.6 billion on capital investments in 2018.  Of this amount, the ...

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Maersk Drilling CFO to join Ramboll

Ramboll has appointed Maersk Drilling’s chief financial officer (CFO) Marianne Sørensen as its new CFO and member ...

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Polarcus set for Zenaide seismic survey in Australia

Seismic player Polarcus has secured high industry prefunding for a seismic survey project offshore Australia. The ...

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Rosneft drills "world's longest well" in the Sea of Okhotsk

Rosneft, as a member of Sakhalin-1 consortium, has completed drilling of the "world's longest well" from the Orlan ...

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More time for public input on Hilcorp’s Liberty project

BOEM has extended the period for accepting public comment on Hilcorp’s Liberty project environmental impact ...

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Aker Solutions' umbilicals for Statoil's offshore field trio

Norway’s Aker Solutions has secured contracts to supply umbilicals for three field developments offshore ...

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Pacific Drilling gets nod to continue paying wages

A U.S. bankruptcy court has granted a relief requested by offshore driller Pacific Drilling which earlier this week ...

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Acta Marine’s CSV hull arrives in Norway

Acta Marine’s new built Ulstein SX195 walk to work vessel hull has arrived in Norway for the final construction ...

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Repsol pressing ahead with Yme redevelopment

Spanish oil company Repsol is set to resume work on the Yme field in the North Sea offshore Norway, after years of ...

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Christmas comes early for Wintershall in Norway

Germany’s Wintershall has received approval to start production from its Maria development offshore Norway in ...

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ADES clinches 2-year jack-up deal in Egypt

Offshore driller ADES has secured a drilling contract for its Admarine III jack-up rig in Egypt. The contract is ...

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