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First steel cut for KrisEnergy's wellhead platform

A ceremony to mark the cutting of first steel for the KrisEnergy's minimum facilities wellhead platform for the ...

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Popular news, December 2 – 8, 2019

Offshore Energy Today's most popular news from the past week.

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Worldwide offshore rig count in November up 41 rigs Y-o-Y

The worldwide offshore rig count in November 2019 increased by four units sequentially and 41 units year-over-year, ...

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OMV hit by Greenpeace protests in New Zealand

OMV has been under attack by Greenpeace activists in New Zealand at two separate occasions. First, the protestor ...

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Polarcus in seismic surveys over Neptune's Australian field

Polarcus has begun seismic surveys in the Neptune Energy-operated Petrel field, located in the Bonaparte Basin of ...

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Neptune closes deal for Eni's acreage off Indonesia

Eni and Neptune Energy have completed the transfer of a 20% participating interest in the East Sepinggan area out ...

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Santos in talks to farm out Beehive stake ahead of farm-in

Beehive is a prospect with 388 million barrels of oil equivalent of prospective resource

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Rystad: Bleak outlook if OPEC+ fails to agree on deeper cuts

Barring additional oil production cuts by OPEC in 2020, Norwegian energy intelligence company, Rystad Energy, ...

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Santos eyes FPSO & wellhead platform for Dorado

Santos has revealed that its preferred concept for the Dorado field project, which is located offshore Australia, ...

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Santos boosts 2025 production goals

Australian oil and gas company Santos has increased its 2025 production target further to 120 million barrels of ...

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Red Emperor mulling acquisition of large block in Australia

Red Emperor Public Domain

Shares of Australia-based Red Emperor Resources spiked on Monday after the company signed a binding letter of ...

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Equinor modifies Great Australian Bight plan

Australian offshore oil and gas safety regulator NOPSEMA has resumed its assessment of Equinor's environment plan ...

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Premier kicks off production from gas project off Indonesia

Premier Oil has achieved first gas from its operated Bison, Iguana and Gajah Puteri (BIG-P) project in the Natuna ...

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Popular news, November 25 – December 1, 2019

Offshore Energy Today's most popular news from the past week.

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Karoon to give up Great Australian Bight permit

Karoon Gas has decided to ditch its exploration permit located in the Great Australian Bight area offshore ...

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Subsea 7 firms up Julimar award

Subsea 7 has confirmed a substantial contract award by Woodside for the execution of phase 2 of the ...

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McDermott completes first two jackets for QP's North Field

Qatar Petroleum has announced the completed fabrication of the first two jackets required for offshore facilities ...

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Popular news, November 18 – 24, 2019

Offshore Energy Today's most popular news from the past week.

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Tambak-1 well confirms Mako as 'very valuable gas resource'

Conrad Petroleum has flowed dry gas from its Tambak-1 well located in the Duyung PSC in the West Natuna Basin, ...

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MMA Offshore: OSV oversupply overstated

Oversupply of offshore vessels in the market is overstated, and the market is tightening, Australian OSV player MMA ...

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DOF bags new gigs in Asia Pacific for two vessels

DOF Subsea has received several contract awards for its vessels in the Asia Pacific region, securing 130 days ...

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BP to buy KrisEnergy's stake in block off Indonesia

KrisEnergy has signed an agreement with BP for the sale of its participating interest in the Andaman II PSC located ...

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Wintermar inks seven-year deals for two PSVs

Indonesia's offshore vessel owner Wintermar has won contracts for two of its platform supply vessels from ‘a major ...

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Rystad: Supermajors could raise over $27B in selling spree

The global oil and gas supermajors are looking to sell assets that could bring in a total of $27.5 billion, ...

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New Zealand: OMV sells Maari oil field to Jadestone for $50M

Austria's OMV will sell its 69% interest in the Maari Field offshore New Zealand to Jadestone Energy for $50 ...

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MMA Offshore secures work for its vessels

Australian offshore support vessel company MMA Offshore has been awarded a number of new contract awards and extensions.

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BHP, Woodside in Scarborough gas tolling agreement

Australian oil and gas companies Woodside and BHP have reached an agreement on the tolling price for processing gas ...

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