WorleyParsons cuts first steel for Nova module

Nova project

Rosenberg WorleyParsons has cut the  first steel for the Wintershall-operated Nova project tie-back to Neptune's ...

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Ampelmann enables half a million personnel transfers for BP

Dutch offshore access solutions provider Ampelmann has completed 500,000 personnel transfers for BP globally.

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SBM Offshore mothballing Brazil yard, FPU business

World's largest FPSO supplier SBM Offshore will shut down its Brasa yard in Brazil where it integrates FPSO units' ...

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Okea gets consent to use Draugen platform

Norway's Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) has given Okea consent to use the facilities on the Draugen field in the ...

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Tolmount platform construction to start in December

Premier Oil has informed that the platform construction for the Tolmount Main gas project will start in December.

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Aibel wins FEED work on Gudrun water injection project

Oil and gas services company Aibel has been awarded a FEED contract for Gudrun Phase 2 water injection by Equinor. 

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Cairn hits dust in UK North Sea well

Bergen Group, Endur Fabricom

Cairn Energy has failed to find commercial hydrocarbons in its Ekland well in the UK North Sea and has decided to ...

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Directors recommend Bergen Group, Endúr Fabricom merger

The previously proposed merger between Norway's Bergen Group and its compatriot oil service company Endúr Fabricom ...

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Azinor Catalyst makes oil discovery in UK North Sea

Azinor Catalyst has made an oil discovery at its 9/14a-17B well and associated side-track on the Agar-Plantain ...

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Shearwater buys Schlumberger's seismic fleet

Western Trident, Western Geco, Wikimedia, Schlumberger seismic vessel

Marine seismic company Shearwater GeoServices has announced the completion of the acquisition of the marine seismic ...

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Damen delivers four fast crew suppliers to Allianz

Dutch Damen Shipyards Group has handed over four new fast crew suppliers to Allianz Middle East Ship Management.

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Expro picks up Shah Deniz extension from BP

Oilfield services company Expro has won a four-year contract extension for BP’s Shah Deniz Stage 2 project.

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VIDEO: Young professionals in the spotlight

Offshore Energy Exhibition and Conference, held last month in Amsterdam, this year stepped up its attention to ...

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Sharing or protecting patents – what speeds up innovation

Innovation, both by established companies and by startups, drives the industry forward but the jury is out on what ...

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Safety body to investigate 'Maersk Invincible' incident

The PSA has decided to launch an investigation into an incident involving dropped objects on the Maersk Invincible ...

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Lukoil completes second Yuri Korchagin production well

Lukoil has completed the construction of the second production well from the wellhead platform at the Yury ...

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Shelf Drilling: Jack-up utilization rising, dayrates low

Jack-up rig specialist Shelf Drilling expects rig utilization to further increase in 2019, but the CEO has ...

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O&G operators apply for 164 blocks in UK's offshore round

The United Kingdom’s latest offshore licensing round has attracted 36 applications covering 164 blocks in frontier ...

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Faroe Petroleum's Rungne well disappoints

Faroe Petroleum has failed to find hydrocarbons in the primary target of its Rungne exploration well in the North ...

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Aker BP to move Ivar Aasen control room onshore

Aker BP has received consent from the PSA to use an onshore control room for the Ivar Aasen field in the North Sea.

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Safety audit reveals irregularities on Ekofisk platform

The Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) has found irregularities during an audit of ConocoPhillips’ Ekofisk 2/4 J platform.

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New CFO joins Jersey Oil & Gas

UK-based Jersey Oil & Gas has appointed a new chief financial officer with immediate effect.

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VIDEO: Brexit. What’s the deal for the offshore industry?

"What you don't want is prolong delays at borders in the event of an unwieldy customs approach."

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SeaBird takes delivery of Geowave Voyager vessel

SeaBird previously said it had agreed to buy the vessel and equipment from $17 million from CGG.

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Point Resources to sanction Balder X project in 2019

Point Resources expects to sanction its Balder X project located offshore Norway next year and deliver first ...

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Awilco swings to loss in third quarter

Awilco Drilling expects higher rig utilization levels in the next two years. 

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Corallian set to drill Wick in December. Colter to follow

UK-based Corallian Energy has revealed its plans to drill the Wick prospect in December 2018 with the Colter well ...

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