Fugro to use ‘Edda Sun’ for IRM project

Fugro, a Dutch provider of offshore and onshore geotechnical and survey services, will start a new IRM contract in ...

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Equinor to halve CO2 emissions on NCS by 2030

Equinor has revealed plans to halve CO2 emissions from its logistical operations on the NCS by 2030.

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Saipem clinches $1.3B offshore work with Saudi Aramco

Italian oilfield services giant Saipem has won two engineering, procurement, installation, and construction ...

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Equinor awards Peregrino well management gig to Schlumberger

Oil services company Schlumberger has won a contract from Equinor for total well delivery on the Peregrino C ...

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Total converts Avalon into Frontier Exploration License ...

Irish oil and gas company Providence has informed that the Total-operated licensing option 16/27 offshore Ireland ...

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Ensco postpones general meeting as Rowan evaluates new bid

Offshore drilling company Ensco has decided to postpone its general meeting originally scheduled for January 23, 2019.

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Shell picks new director of upstream business

Oil giant Shell has appointed a new director of its upstream business.

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Rystad Energy: Offshore spending to outrun shale in 2019

Rystad Energy has predicted that offshore spending would outgrow spending on onshore shale activities in 2019.

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Aker BP transfers operation of Ivar Aasen onshore

Aker BP has become the first company on the NCS to operate a staffed platform from an onshore control room.

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BV to provide inspection services on Neptune's Fenja

Bureau Veritas has been awarded a four-year contract with Neptune Energy for inspection services on the Fenja ...

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Petrobras' 2018 O&G production 'in line with set goals'

Brazilian oil giant Petrobras has reached a new record for annual production of operated oil and natural gas in 2018.

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Aker BP shakes up financial positions

Norwegian E&P player Aker BP has made several changes to financial functions in the company.

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Equinor moving West Phoenix rig to UK waters

Seadrill's drilling rig West Phoenix is now being moved from Norway to the UK Continental Shelf to start operations ...

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Wellesley gains drilling permit for North Sea well

The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate has granted Wellesley Petroleum a drilling permit for a wildcat well in the ...

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Subsea 7 buys offshore construction DSV

Subsea 7 has finalized the acquisition of Toisa Pegasus, a multi-purpose offshore construction and dive support vessel. 

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Faroe, Shell, Spirit team up for Edinburgh prospect

Faroe Petroleum has made a partnership with Shell and Spirit Energy following the award of PL 969 in the recent APA ...

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Equinor hits gas and condensate in well offshore Norway

Equinor has proven gas and condensate in the Ragnfrid North exploration well, which is located near the Kristin ...

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Corallian’s Wick well off UK comes up dry

Corallian Energy has failed to find hydrocarbons at its Wick exploration well located off the UK.

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Reuters: Total in Dutch offshore assets sale

French oil major Total has reportedly hired Jefferies Financial Group to help it facilitate the sale of its ...

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Equinor wins most blocks in Norway's largest block offer

The Transocean Leader drilling rig in the North Sea. (Photo: Harald Pettersen / Equinor ASA)

Norway's energy ministry on Tuesday offered 83 production licenses on the Norwegian continental shelf in the Award ...

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Equinor to drill seven new wells at Gullfaks

Equinor and its partners have decided to drill seven new wells at Gullfaks field located offshore Norway and ...

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Ophir: SE Asia assets deliver ahead of expectations

Ophir: SE Asia assets deliver ahead of expectations

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Equinor, Esvagt extend cooperation in Norway

Norwegian oil major Equinor and vessel provider Esvagt have extended their cooperation in the southern part of the ...

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Byron produces one million barrels of oil from SM71 project

Byron Energy has produced more than 1 million barrels of oil from its operated South Marsh Island Block 71 F ...

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Euronav sells Suezmax tanker for FPSO conversion

Tanker company Euronav has sold the Suezmax vessel Felicity to an unnamed global supplier and operator of offshore ...

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Vryhof businesses pick up $75 million worth of contracts

Vryhof’s three businesses – Deep Sea Mooring, Vryhof Anchors, and Moorlink – have won up to $75 million in new contracts.

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Equinor, Shell, and Total get nod for offshore CO2 storage

Norway has given permission to Equinor and its partners Shell and Total to develop CO2 storage on the Norwegian ...

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