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Shell drops options for Awilco's only operational rig

Shell has decided not to exercise its remaining options for Awilco Drilling's only operational rig - WilPhoenix - ...

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IOG plans to take North Sea project FID in September

Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) will be raising funds in an £88 million bond issue ahead of the its Southern North ...

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'Borgland Dolphin' on the move to Liberator area

UK independent i3 Energy has said that the Borgland Dolphin semi-submersible drilling rig has completed its ...

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Equinor gets consent to start up Utgard field

The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate has granted its consent to start-up of the Utgard field in the North Sea.

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Safety body looks at 'West Mira' ahead of AoC award

Norwegian offshore safety watchdog, the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA), has found irregularities during a duo of ...

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Equinor to use 'Island Wellserver' for well intervention

Norwegian oil major Equinor has received consent from the PSA to use the Island Wellserver vessel for light well ...

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Saipem vessel set to tie together two ends of Nord Stream 2

The Saipem-owned pipelay vessel Castoro 10 (C10) is currently located off Rügen, Germany to tie together the two ...

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Providence still waiting on Barryroe loan

Providence Resources is still waiting on a loan to cover the costs of a survey and pre-drill well consenting for ...

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Equinor cleared to use 'West Hercules' on Lanterna well

Norwegian oil major Equinor has received consent from the PSA for exploration drilling in the Norwegian Sea using ...

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Repsol to extend the life of Rev field

Repsol has been given consent by Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) to extend the life of the Rev field ...

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Chysaor extends North Sea support deal with Peterson

Energy logistics provider Peterson has been awarded a contract extension with Chrysaor to support operations on the ...

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Cluff completes North Sea farm-out deal with Shell

Cluff Natural Resources has received the required regulatory consent from the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) in ...

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Equinor awards new contract to PSV Stril Pioner

Norwegian shipping company Simon Møkster has been awarded a contract for its platform supply vessel Stril Pioner by ...

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Siem Offshore sheds one of its ROV support vessels

Siem Offshore, a Norwegian shipping company, has signed an agreement for a sale of one of its multi-purpose field & ...

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Wintershall Dea begins production drilling on Dvalin

Wintershall Dea has begun drilling four production wells on the Dvalin gas field in the Norwegian Sea, getting ...

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COOEC and Expro enter subsea well intervention alliance

China-based offshore and subsea solutions company, COOEC Offshore, has formed an alliance with international ...

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Popular news, August 5 – 11, 2019

Offshore Energy Today's most popular news of the past week.

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Rystad sees downside risk to 2020 oil prices

Oil market is going from gloomy to gloomier, according to Norwegian energy intelligence firm Rystad Energy.

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Providence gets permission for Barryroe site survey

Irish oil and gas company Providence Resources has received permission from Irish authorities to undertake a site ...

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Speedcast to provide comms solution for 'West Bollsta'

Remote communication and IT solutions provider Speedcast has been awarded a new multi-year contract on the West ...

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DOF scores work on decom project off UK

Norwegian vessel provider DOF Subsea has been awarded a contract in the decommissioning sector offshore the UK.

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SBM: Construction starts on third Fast4Ward FPSO hull

Dutch FPSO provider SBM Offshore has revealed that a Chinese yard has started building its third Fast4Ward FPSO hull. 

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Archer swings back to the black

Oil services company Archer returned to profit in the second quarter of this year from a loss in the same period ...

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AGS conducts record-breaking seismic program off Norway

Axxis Geo Solutions (AGS) has achieved several seismic production records during an Utsira multi-client ...

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Safety body spots irregularities on Troll drilling ops

The PSA has found irregularities during an audit of Equinor and COSL Drilling Europe’s planning and execution of ...

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Worldwide offshore rig count in July up 45 rigs Y-o-Y

The worldwide offshore rig count in July 2019 went up by 10 units compared to June, and 45 year over year, ...

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SeaBird expects two-month delays for two surveys

Seismic services player SeaBird Exploration has estimated that its ongoing seismic surveys in West Africa and ...

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