Is EOR the future of Angola’s oil output?

Interview with Geraldo Ramos, Sonangol EP

James Fisher in JV with Chinese offshore service provider

James Fisher Subsea Excavation has formed a joint venture with OTAP, a Chinese offshore project, vessel, and marine ...

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Cooper preparing for Sole wells

Australian regulator has accepted an environment plan submitted by Cooper Energy for an abandonment of one and ...

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Popular news, January 8 – 14, 2018

The most popular news of the past week.

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Melbana boss resigns for health reasons

Managing director of oil and gas exploration company Melbana Energy has tendered his resignation for health reasons.

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BP Asia Pac president takes over as CEO of OMV Petrom

OMV Petrom will replace its long-serving CEO Mariana Gheorghe with BP’s Asia Pacific President Christina Verchere. ...

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ABS gives nod for Hyundai's Ready-to-Convert FPSO hull

ABS, a provider of classification and technical services to the global offshore industry, granted Approval in ...

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Teekay, Wärtsilä develop dual-fuel shuttle tanker

Teekay, Wärtsilä develop dual-fuel shuttle tanker. Emissions cut by 40%

The concept offers a new level of economic and ecological performance, and is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by ...

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Neptune director resigns

Australian subsea services provider Neptune has appointed a new independent director while another board member of ...

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International offshore rig count goes up in December

The international offshore rig count for the last month of 2017 increased sequentially but dropped on a ...

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Bassoe: Offshore rig market shakeup to continue in 2018

The theme for 2017 was perseverance. For 2018, it’s adaptation.

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UTEC scoops Greater Enfield survey gig

UTEC, a survey company, has been awarded a survey and positioning services contract in Australia.

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Popular news, January 1 - 7, 2018

Offshore Energy Today's most popular news of the week

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Greens lose Arctic lawsuit against Norway gov't

In the case brought against the Norwegian Government by Greenpeace Norway for granting new oil licenses to drill in ...

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Global oil exploration spend to drop further in 2018

Global oil exploration investments in 2018 are expected to be lower than in 2018

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Everything you need to know about offshore rig market

Offshore Energy Today has been given a permission by an analyst at Bassoe Offshore to use an infographic with ...

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Offshore Energy Today's most read interviews in 2017

A selection of Offshore Energy Today's most read interviews in 2017. 

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Popular news in 4Q 2017

The most popular news at Offshore Energy Today during the fourth quarter of 2017.

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Popular news in 3Q 2017

The most popular news at Offshore Energy Today during the third quarter of 2017.

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Most watched offshore industry videos of 2017

With the year 2017 now behind us, Offshore Energy Today is sharing the year's the most watched videos

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Most watched offshore industry galleries of 2017

Offshore Energy Today is sharing the most popular galleries published on our website during 2017.

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Popular news in 2Q 2017

The most popular news at Offshore Energy Today during the second quarter of 2017.  

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Popular news in 1Q 2017

The most popular news at Offshore Energy Today during the first quarter of 2017. 

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Popular news, December 25 - 31, 2017

Offshore Energy Today's most popular articles in the last week of 2017.

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Happy New Year 2018!

Happy New Year 2018!

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Santos to evaluate Paus Biru prospect with new well

Australia's Santos will evaluate the Paus Biru prospect located in the Sampang PSC offshore Indonesia with a new ...

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Rystad: Record low year for discovered resources

Intelligence group Rystad Energy concluded last week that 2017 was yet another record low year for discovered ...

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Marco Polo obtains approval for shipyard restructuring

Singapore-based Marco Polo Marine has obtained court approval for a debt restructuring of its shipyard in Indonesia. 

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