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Lundin slashes 2018 budget

Swedish oil and gas company Lundin Petroleum has reduced its capital expenditure for 2018 compared to the 2017 ...

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LLOG kicks off drilling ops at Buckskin

U.S.-based oil company LLOG Exploration has started development drilling operations at the Buckskin project in the ...

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Aker Solutions bags Troll and Askeladd awards

Statoil has awarded EPC contracts for the delivery of subsea production systems and services for the Troll Phase 3 ...

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Improvement point found in Johan Catsberg FPSO design

Petroleum Safety Authority has found one improvement point during an audit of Statoil's planning of Johan Castberg FPSO.

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Norway's oil output below forecast over Goliat stoppage

Norway’s oil production in December 2017 was lower than expected by the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD), a ...

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Petrolia elects new executive chairman for E&P unit

Petrolia SE's 49.9 percent owned E&P company in Norway, Petrolia NOCO AS, has appointed a new executive chairman.

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ExxonMobil wins 2017 Explorer of the Year award

Oil major ExxonMobil has been named the 2017 Explorer of the Year by the World Oil and Gas Council.

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Neodrill, Icon tandem scoops Woodside deal

A Norwegian-Australian partnership of Neodrill and Icon Engineering has won its first Australasian contract after ...

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Premier orders feasibility study for decom ops

OPT has signed an agreement with Premier Oil to study the feasibility of using the PB3 PowerBuoy for decom ops in ...

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PHOTO: Aker Solutions in deepest equipment installation

Oilfield services provider Aker Solutions has installed its first subsea manifold for Petrobras’ deepwater pre-salt ...

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Statoil uses 2nd option in 'Deepsea Bergen' contract

Norwegian oil company Statoil has exercised its second option in the Deepsea Bergen's drilling contract. 

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Permit granted for second string of TurkStream pipeline

Russian company Gazprom has received a construction permit to lay the second string of the TurkStream offshore gas ...

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Halliburton posts bigger 4Q loss

Oilfield services provider Halliburton recorded a bigger loss for the fourth quarter of 2017 compared to the ...

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Lundin sees reserves upgrade

Swedish independent Lundin Petroleum booked an increase in its reserves at the end of 2017. 

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Dyna-Mac starts building Liza FPSO topside

Dyna-Mac has kicked off the construction of the topsides for the Liza FPSO, destined for Exxon's Liza field in Guyana.

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Court gives nod for Seacor-Montco liftboat JV

A U.S. bankruptcy court has approved Seacor Marine’s stalking horse bid to form a joint venture company with Montco ...

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OPEC & Non-OPEC oil output cuts at record highs

OPEC and Non-OPEC countries have achieved record-breaking levels of conformity with production adjustments during ...

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Woodside’s non-commercial well ends up swell for Quadrant

Drilling results from Woodside’s Swell-1 well offshore Australia have turned out to be encouraging for Quadrant ...

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Ultra Deep’s Picasso DSCV completes sea trials

Ultra Deep Solutions' DSCV Picasso has completed all trials and will head down to Singapore to prepare for its ...

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Byron's GoM well to reach TD by early February

Oil and gas company Byron Energy expects to reach total depth at the SM 71 F3 well in the Gulf of Mexico by early ...

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DeepOcean hired for Nord Stream 2 ploughing work

DeepOcean has been awarded a contract to carry out plowing operations on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline in the Baltic Sea.

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Keppel in talks to sell jack-ups to Borr

Singaporean rig builder Keppel Offshore & Marine is in talks with Oslo-listed driller Borr Drilling about the ...

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Safety body discovers irregularities on Leiv Eiriksson rig

The PSA has found seven non-conformities and six improvement points during an audit of the Leiv Eiriksson drilling rig.

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Nexstep appoints new general manager

Nexstep has appointed Jacqueline Vaessen as its general manager, with effect from February 1, 2018.

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Kotug names world's biggest Rotor tug

Kotug has recently named what it claims to be the world’s biggest Rotor tug ART 100-46 in Sharjah, UAE.

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Pipeline blockage closes down Erskine production

Chevron-operated Erskine field in the UK North Sea is currently unable to produce due to an issue with a pipeline.

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EM&I COO takes over chief executive role

Asset integrity services provider EM&I has appointed a new chief executive officer (CEO) of the group.

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