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Faroe on takeover bid: DNO wants it on the cheap

Oil company Faroe Petroleum has again urged shareholders to ignore the unsolicited takeover offer by DNO, saying ...

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i3: New prospect could boost reserves to 500 million barrels

i3 Energy, a North Sea-focused oil and gas company, has said that its recently acquired Serenity prospect could ...

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'Pioneering Spirit' to join Nord Stream 2 fleet

Pioneering Spirit

Allseas-owned pipelay vessel Pioneering Spirit is on its way to join the construction fleet of the Nord Stream 2 ...

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Saipem's Middle East servers struck by cyber attack

Middle Eastern servers of Italian oilfield services contractor Saipem were a target of a cyber attack.

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UK: OGA makes new Buchan Area data available

The OGA has released new data packages to revitalize exploration of oil and gas in Greater Buchan Area on the UK ...

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DNO presents takeover bid to Faroe shareholders

Oslo-listed DNO ASA is adamant in its intention to fully take over Faroe Petroleum, despite the Faroe board being ...

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Equinor hits dust in Norwegian Sea well

Equinor is in the process of concluding the drilling of wildcat well  in the Norwegian Sea. The well is dry.

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Ophir Energy increases debt facility to repay Santos assets

Ophir will now be able repay a facility used to fund the acquisition of a package of assets from Australia's Santos.

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UK approves Chevron's plan for Captain EOR project

UK's Oil and Gas Authority has approved Chevron's field development plan to progress its Captain Enhanced Oil ...

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Ithaca wraps up Greater Stella Area acquisitions

Ithaca Energy has completed the previously announced transactions to acquire all the Greater Stella Area (“GSA”) ...

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Wellesley picks up North Sea wildcat drilling permit

The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate has granted Wellesley Petroleum a drilling permit to drill a wildcat well in ...

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Deloitte: Collaboration remains priority in O&G sector

Collaboration between suppliers and operators in the UK Continental Shelf has continued to maintain consistent ...

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Macquarie buying offshore helicopter leasing firm for $650M

Illustration: Offshore helicopter/ Image by: Ausjun22/Wikimedia, Shared under CC 4.0 license

Waypoint Leasing Holding, one of the world’s largest helicopter leasing companies which recently filed for ...

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Decom North Sea granted funds for decom knowledge hub

Decom North Sea has secured a Decommissioning Challenge Fund grant award from the Scottish Government.

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Eni given notice of order following Goliat audit

The PSA has given a notice of order to Eni Norge regarding risk and barrier management at the Goliat field.

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'West Mira' to become world's first hybrid offshore rig

Siemens will supply a battery-based energy storage solution to the West Mira which will make it the world's first ...

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Equinor gets drilling permit for North Sea wildcat

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

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Vissim to deliver ocean space surveillance system to Equinor

Equinor and Vissim have reached a global frame agreement to deploy its solution for surveillance of ocean space ...

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Point Resources, Eni Norge merge into Vår Energi

Oil companies Point Resources and Eni Norge have completed the merger, and have as a result established a company ...

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Catalyst approached for stake in three upcoming wells

Azinor Catalyst has received a Letter of Intent for the acquisition of material non-operated interests in three ...

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Shell sanctions its 7th North Sea project of 2018

Aerial photography of Shell’s Shearwater Platform in the Central North Sea. Copyright: Shell International Ltd / Photographer: Ross Johnston

Shell has made the final investment decision (FID) for a Shearwater gas infrastructure hub in the central North ...

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Tailwind produces first oil from UK North Sea project

Triton FPSO

Tailwind Energy has announced first oil from its 100% owned Gannet E redevelopment to the Triton FPSO located ...

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Magnora shareholders to receive Western Isles, Penguins cash

Western Isles FPSO / Image: Dana Petroleum

Oslo-listed company Magnora, formed in October, plans to use the cash received from Shell and Dana to pay dividends ...

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Neptune takes over its first development in Norway

Neptune Energy has taken over the operatorship of the Fenja field development located offshore Norway. 

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BW Offshore sells FSO Belokamenka for scrap

BW Offshore has signed an agreement to dispose of the FSO Belokamenka for recycling in compliance with the Hong ...

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Verus Petroleum sees 12-fold production increase

Verus Petroleum has increased production 12-fold with the closing of three latest acquisitions on the UK ...

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Equinor picks up consent to use Maersk rig at Gina Krog

Equinor has received consent from the PSA for drilling of two wells on the Gina Krog field using the Maersk ...

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