Maersk Supply growing in Aberdeen

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

ConocoPhillips gets Barrosa field nod (Australia)

Australian offshore safety regulator NOPSEMA has approved ConocoPhillips’ Barossa field Offshore Project ...

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Songa Offshore emerges victorious from rig spat with DSME

Songa Offshore emerges victorious from rig spat with DSME

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CHC transfers 15000 passengers to and from Prelude FLNG

Offshore helicopter operator CHC Helicopter has transferred approximately 15,000 passengers to and from the world's ...

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Inpex takes another block off Australia

Inpex has been awarded an exploration permit for Release Area WA-533-P in Australia’s 2017 Offshore Petroleum ...

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NERA funds renewable power supply to Eni's offshore platform

NERA has approved funding to Carnegie Clean Energy for securing a renewable energy power supply to Eni’s platform ...

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Popular news, March 12 - 18, 2018

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

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OMV to buy Shell's New Zealand business for $578M

Austrian oil and gas company OMV has agreed to acquire Shell’s Upstream business in New Zealand for $578 million.

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Woodside COO to leave in May. Replacement named

The chief operations officer (COO) of Australian energy giant Woodside will be leaving the company in May 2018.

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ION in new reimaging project off Australia

Seismic survey company ION Geophysical will undertake a new 3D multi-client broadband reimaging program offshore ...

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Diamond rig ready for Cooper's drilling campaign

Diamond Offshore’s Ocean Monarch drilling rig has arrived off Port Campbell to begin a workover of the Casino-5 gas ...

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Woodside to become Scarborough operator

Australian energy giant Woodside will become the operator of the Scarborough gas field development off W. Australia.

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Popular news, March 5 – 11, 2018

The most popular articles of the week.

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Transocean rig on its way to drill Phoenix South well

A Transocean-owned semi-submersible drilling rig has started the final leg of its journey from Port Louis ...

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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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Mitsui set to make AWE offer unconditional

Japan's Mitsui is set to declare its offer for the acquisition of Australian oil and gas producer AWE unconditional.

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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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Carnarvon to develop Buffalo in Timor-Leste jurisdiction

Redevelopment of Carnarvon Petroleum-operated Buffalo oil field will now be undertaken in an area of exclusive ...

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Gippsland Basin JV renews exploration permit

A joint venture between Hibiscus Petroleum and 3D Oil has been granted renewal of exploration permit VIC/P57 in the ...

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Triangle to invest in Cliff Head life extension

Australia-based Triangle Energy is looking to extend the life of its Cliff Head oil field located offshore Australia.

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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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Popular news, February 26 - March 4, 2018

The most popular article of the week. 

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Awilco set to order new offshore drilling rig from Keppel

This will be the market's first newbuild offshore rig order in four years.

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AGR hired for well intervention on Laminaria

AGR Australia has been hired to execute subsea well intervention on the Laminaria field, located in the Timor Sea, ...

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China's CERCG pulls out of AWE takeover race

China's CERCG has withdrawn its offmarket takeover offer to take over Australia's AWE for cash consideration of ...

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Melbana changes Beehive prospect work program

Australian offshore regulator has granted Melbana Energy an extension to work conditions on the WA-488-P permit, ...

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Johan Sverdrup riser platform leaves South Korea

South Korea’s Samsung Heavy Industries has completed a riser platform topside for Statoil’s giant Johan ...

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Timor-Leste, Australia settle border dispute

Australia and Timor-Leste have reached an agreement resolving their long-standing maritime border issue.

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