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Mineral Resources in takeover bid for AWE

Australian oil company AWE has received a takeover offer from Mineral Resources, following a recent takeover bid ...

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Jadestone's Stag field environment plan gets approval

Jadestone Energy’s revised Environment Plan (“EP”) to operate the Stag oil field, offshore ...

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Four new fields lift Eni towards all-time production record

Italian oil company Eni has reached its all-time production record of 1 million and 920 thousand barrels of oil ...

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Eni takes operatorship of Evans Shoal gas field

Italian oil company Eni has acquired the whole 32.5% interest from Shell in the Evans Shoal gas field, and has ...

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Beach acquires further stake in two projects off Australia

Beach Energy has entered into binding agreements with Toyota Tsusho to acquire its interests in the Otway Gas and ...

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Westside snaps up offshore permit in New Zealand

Westside New Zealand Limited has been granted one 12-year offshore permit in the Taranaki Basin, offshore New ...

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EMGS formalizes second contract award off Indonesia

Electromagnetic Geoservices (EMGS) has received another contract for a prefunded multi-client acquisition offshore ...

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Carnarvon seeking partner for Labyrinth

Australia's Carnarvon Energy is looking for a farm-in partner for its Labyrinth project offshore W. Australia.

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Woodside hires Wood for engineering and rig services

Oilfield services provider Wood has been awarded two new contracts by Woodside to deliver engineering and rig ...

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EMGS wins seismic deal off Indonesia

Norwegian geophysical services company EMGS has received a contract for a prefunded multi-client acquisition ...

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Spectrum starts reprocessing Otway Basin data

Spectrum has begun a new multi-client broadband 3D and 2D reprocessing project in the Otway Basin offshore Australia.

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Westwood expects 70 high-impact wells in 2018

Global high-impact exploration in 2017 is expected to match 2016 in both activity and success rates, and with a ...

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Popular news, December 11 - 17, 2017

Popular news, December 11 - 17, 2017

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Cue Energy director resigns following NZOG takeover approval

Cue Energy's non-executive director has resigned from his position with immediate effect.

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Quadrant preparing to drill two offshore wells in 2018

Australia’s Quadrant Energy is preparing to drill two wells offshore Australia in 2018 with its partner ...

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OGOG secures regulatory approval for NZOG acquisition

NZOG assets map New Zealand

Singapore’s OGOG has received regulatory approval its partial takeover offer for New Zealand Oil & Gas. ...

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Woodside first to use ABB's microgrid solution offshore

Woodside has signed an agreement with ABB for the installation of a microgrid solution with a li-ion energy storage ...

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World Bank to stop financing oil & gas projects

World Bank Group, an international financial institution, has decided to stop financing upstream oil and gas in a ...

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More time for BP to farm into Cue's Ironbark prospect

Cue Energy Resources has agreed to extend BP's option to acquire equity in a permit offshore Australia, which ...

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Gov't clears NZOG's Kupe field transaction

NZOG has received government approval for the acquisition of Mitsui's four percent interest in the Kupe gas and ...

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OGOG now holds 62 pct of NZOG shares

Singapore’s O.G. Oil & Gas (“OGOG”) has managed to secure the minimum acceptance threshold under its partial ...

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Santos to fund survey over 'exciting' Beehive prospect

Australia’s Santos will partially fund and operate a 3D seismic survey over what it described as the ...

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Solstad Farstad sells 24-year-old AHTS

Norwegian offshore shipping company Solstad Farstad has sold one of its anchor handling tug and supply (AHTS) vessels.

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Popular news, December 4 - 10, 2017

Offshore Energy Today’s most popular news of the past week.

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Chinese firm makes second bid in AWE takeover push

Despite withdrawing the initial takeover offer for the Australian oil and gas company Awe, the Chinese are not ...

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Polarcus gets approval for seismic survey in Australia

Polarcus has secured significant industry prefunding and has been granted the environmental permit for a broadband ...

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International offshore rig count down by 28 units

International offshore rig count for November 2017 was down by 28 rigs year-over-year, according to Baker ...

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