The Offshore Wind Industry’s Urgent Need

The offshore wind industry is developing rapidly. Last year, the use of wind energy grew with 19%

Providence excited about Dunquin South prospect

Irish oil and gas explorer Providence Resources is excited about the seismic survey results at the FEL 3/04 license ...

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Equinor cleared to use new subsea facility on Visund

Norway's safety watchdog has given its consent to Equinor for the use of a new subsea production facility and wells ...

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PSA finds non-conformities on 'West Elara'

Norway's Petroleum Safety Authority has identified several non-conformities on Seadrill's West Elara jack-up ...

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Equinor keeping 'Safe Boreas' at Mariner a month longer

Norwegian oil firm Equinor has exercised an option to extend a contract for a Prosafe offshore accommodation unit.

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PGS returns to profit

Norwegian seismic services company Petroleum Geo-Services (PGS) returned to quarterly profit on the back of ...

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Equinor installs first Martin Linge module

Norwegian oil and gas giant Equinor has installed the first of four Martin Linge modules offshore Norway.  Equinor ...

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Subsea 7 bags transportation and installation gig

Subsea 7 has been awarded a sizeable offshore transportation and installation contract.

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Rowan clinches new rig deals

Rowan Companies is keeping its rigs busy with contracts in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, off the UK, and in the Middle ...

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Petrofac, TSE JV to work on gas storage expansion project

Petrofac and the TSE have secured a PMC services contract in support of the BOTAS North Marmara Underground Gas ...

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Premier hires M2 Subsea for Balmoral inspection

M² Subsea has secured a contract to provide inspection services for Premier Oil’s Balmoral floating production ...

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Baker Hughes to sell gas solutions unit for $375M

Baker Hughes, a GE company, has made an agreement to sell its Natural Gas Solutions business.

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Eni to use 'Floatel Endurance' on Goliat

Norwegian subsidiary of oil company Eni has received consent from the PSA to use the Floatel Endurance on the ...

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Tullow won't appeal lost rig case. Pays $248M

Oil company Tullow has paid drilling contractor Seadrill Partners a $248 million fee related to the recent court ...

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BP's ETAP development marks 20 years of production

BP’s Eastern Trough Area Project (ETAP) North Sea development celebrated 20 years of production on Wednesday.

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Eni wins Most-Admired Explorer title

Italian oil and gas giant Eni has won Wood Mackenzie's Most-Admired Explorer title, an accolade awarded in ...

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Equinor gets nod to power Johan Sverdrup from shore

Equinor has received consent to use a facility to supply power from onshore to the Johan Sverdrup field located off ...

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Wellesley all set for North Sea wildcat

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

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Equinor granted permit for North Sea well trio

The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has granted Equinor a drilling permit for three wells in the North Sea.

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Safety body looks at Lundin's Barents Sea well testing

The PSA has found improvement points during an audit of Lundin’s extended well testing of well 7220/11-5 S in the ...

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PG Flow Solutions to supply pump for Nova tie-back

Rosenberg WorleyParsons has awarded PG Flow Solutions’ subsidiary Calder Ltd a contract to supply a MEG pump ...

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The Offshore Wind Industry’s Urgent Need

The offshore wind industry is developing rapidly. Last year, the use of wind energy grew with 19% in the EU. It is ...

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Top 5 OSV owners according to VesselsValue

The merger between offshore vessel specialists Tidewater and Gulfmark will create the world's largest OSV fleet ...

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UK's production efficiency rises for fifth consecutive year

Production efficiency (PE) on the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) has improved for a fifth consecutive year, rising to ...

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New deals for Solstad Farstad's offshore vessel sextet

Norway's Solstad Farstad has won new contracts and extensions of six offshore vessels.

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Norway: 1600 workers on strike across 28 offshore units

Norwegian offshore workers have extended their strike to 19 offshore units after the strike started last week on ...

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Transocean scores 13-well deal for 1983-built offshore rig

Offshore driller Transocean has managed to find a long-term contract for a 1983-built semi-submersible drilling rig.

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Wood creates CTO role

Oilfield services provider Wood has created the role of chief technology officer (CTO) with the appointment of ...

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