Maersk Supply growing in Aberdeen

OSV owner working on becoming more than just a vessel supplier.

Bibby Offshore clinches three new deals

Bibby Offshore, a subsea services provider to the oil and gas industry, has won three individual contracts with an ...

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Wood wins three contracts in support of SNE development

Wood has been awarded three contracts to perform subsea and flow assurance studies for Australian energy giant ...

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BP hands out subsea contracts for West African development

Oil major BP has selected McDermott and Baker Hughes, a GE company, for engineering, procurement, construction and ...

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Sirius begins rig mobilization for Ororo campaign

Offshore drilling contractor COSL has begun mobilization of the COSL Force jack-up rig to drill two wells on the ...

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Perenco starts up Hilli Episeyo FLNG

Golar LNG Limited confirmed on Monday that first production of LNG has successfully started from the Hilli Episeyo ...

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Mubadala buys stake in Eni's giant Zohr field

Italian oil company Eni has agreed to sell to Mubadala Petroleum a 10% stake in the Shorouk concession, offshore ...

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Popular news, March 5 – 11, 2018

The most popular articles of the week.

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Tullow orders Magma flowline for TEN field

Tullow Oil subsidiary, Tullow Ghana Limited, has awarded a contract for a 2.5-kilometer flowline to Magma Global ...

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Tullow preparing for Namibian wildcat

Tullow Oil has secured an Ocean Rig-owned drillship and  drilling preparations are well underway for an exploration ...

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AP awaits arbitrators naming in Gambian licenses case

Independent oil and gas company African Petroleum (AP) is waiting for the appointment of the arbitrators ...

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TechnipFMC supplies umbilicals for Kaombo project

Oilfield services provider TechnipFMC has supplied the umbilicals system for the Kaombo project offshore Angola.

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International offshore rig count down to 194 units

The international offshore rig count for February 2018 decreased both sequentially and year-over-year, according to ...

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Success of current projects to boost confidence in FLNG

FLNG projects require significant capital investments, thus access to financing is a critical contributor to ...

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Ophir ditches Ivory Coast block

UK-based Ophir Energy has decided to exit from Block 513 offshore Cote d'Ivoire.

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IEA: There's enough oil to meet demand, but for how long?

The growing global oil demand will be more than met by the increasing oil production in the U.S.  Brazil, Canada ...

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Petronas hits pay offshore Gabon

Malaysian oil and gas company Petronas has made an oil and gas discovery at its Boudji-1 exploration well in Block ...

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Popular news, February 26 - March 4, 2018

The most popular article of the week. 

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Golar moving tanker to shipyard for FLNG conversion

Golar LNG is moving the LNG carrier Gandria to a shipyard in Singapore for conversion into an FLNG unit meant for ...

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Eni mobilizes Saipem 12000 drillship to Morocco

Italian oil company Eni has started the mobilization of the Saipem 12000 drillship to drill the RD-1 well offshore ...

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Chariot working to raise funds for Namibian well

Oil and gas exploration company Chariot Oil & Gas is working to secure funds to drill a well on its Prospect S ...

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Ocean Rig lands new gig for Poseidon drillship

Ocean Rig has signed a new drilling contract with Tullow Namibia for a one-well drilling program plus options for ...

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Africa Energy renews exploration right off South Africa

Africa Energy Corp. has received notice from the Petroleum Agency of South Africa granting a two-year renewal of ...

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Petronas farms into Gambian blocks

FAR Ltd has signed a farm-out agreement with a subsidiary of Petronas to assign a 40% interest in each of the ...

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Popular news, February 19 - 25, 2018

Offshore Energy Today’s most popular news of the week

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Oil production cuts reach new highs in January

OPEC and Non-OPEC countries participating in voluntary production cuts have started off 2018 with record-breaking ...

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ALP to tow Kaombo Norte FPSO to Angola

ALP has been selected by Interoil and Saipem to provide five vessels to perform tow assistance and heading control ...

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2040 according to BP: Global energy mix most diverse ever

By 2040 the world could be powered by the most diverse fuel mix ever, with oil, gas, coal, and renewables each ...

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