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Shearwater boasts sevenfold backlog increase

Shearwater GeoServices has been awarded Letters of Intent for three projects by Equinor, and a 4D Ocean Bottom ...

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Equinor to extend the life of Statfjord field

Equinor and its partners in the Statfjord area have identified and approved plans to extend production from ...

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Shearwater wraps up seismic fleet expansion through CGG deal

Marine geophysical services provider Shearwater GeoServices has completed a transaction with CGG including the ...

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New boss takes the helm at Providence

Irish oil and gas company Providence Resources has appointed a new chief executive officer (CEO) with immediate effect.

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Mammoet closes ALE acquisition

Dutch heavy lifting and transportation company Mammoet has created the ‘largest global provider of engineered heavy ...

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Worldwide offshore rig count in December up 22 rigs Y-o-Y

The worldwide offshore rig count in December 2019 increased by 11 units sequentially and 22 units year-over-year, ...

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Transocean wins $352.9M in new backlog

Transocean has secured a $352.9 million of contract backlog from new contracts and extensions. The company sees ...

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Rystad: UK emerges as cost-cutting powerhouse

Operational production costs in the oil and gas industry have fallen across the globe, with the United Kingdom ...

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Premier hires Valaris drillship for Brazil well

Oil and gas company Premier Oil has hired a Valaris-owned drillship for operations on Block 717 located offshore Brazil. 

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Petrofac lands new North Sea deal worth $50M

Petrofac has been selected by Petrogas NEO UK to establish its new North Sea operation following its recently ...

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Neptune picks up Grind drilling permit

The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate has granted Neptune Energy a drilling permit for a well in the Norwegian Sea. 

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Solstad gets contract extensions for PSV duo

A subsidiary of UK oil company Fairfield Energy, Fairfield Betula Limited, has awarded extensions to two Solstad ...

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Aker BP set for appraisal well in North Sea

The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate has granted Aker BP a drilling permit for an appraisal well in the North Sea ...

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Roll Group adds another MC vessel to its fleet

Heavy lifting and moving specialist Roll Group has added another module carrier to its fleet of vessels.

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Wintershall Dea drills duster in Norwegian Sea 

Wintershall Dea is concluding the drilling of a wildcat well near the Aasta Hansteen field in the Norwegian Sea.

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New chief financial officer named at Cluff

UK-based company Cluff Natural Resources (CLNR) has appointed a new chief financial officer (CFO) of the company.

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Bourbon COO changes roles

COO of French vessel owner Bourbon Corporation has resigned from his role following the sale of the company's ...

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Creditor opposes Premier's plans

Premier Oil's largest creditor is opposing the oil company's plan to extend its debt maturity and acquire UK North ...

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Seven activists arrested after rig protest in Scotland

Seven people have reportedly been arrested after taking part in a protest against the oil and gas industry by ...

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Shelf Drilling takes over jack-up rig bought from Maersk

Danish drilling contractor Maersk Drilling and Shelf Drilling have closed a transaction related to the sale of the ...

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Norway's prime minister opening Johan Sverdrup field

Norway's prime minister Erna Solberg will perform the official opening of the Johan Sverdrup field centre on ...

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Premier expands in UK North Sea

Premier Oil has made agreements for acquisitions of the Andrew Area and Shearwater assets from BP for $625 million, ...

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Fugro to pay $26.8 M after losing arbitration case

Dutch contractor Fugro has lost its arbitration with Singapore's Tasik Toba Subsea related to an early termination ...

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New boss to take the helm at Ocean Installer

Ocean Installer has appointed Odd Strømsnes as the company’s new chief executive officer.

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Neptune gears up for Grind

Norwegian offshore safety body has given its consent to Neptune Energy for exploration drilling in the Norwegian ...

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UK's oil and gas regulator makes three new appointments

UK's oil and gas industry regulator, Oil and Gas Authority (OGA), has made three new appointments to its leadership ...

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Activists climb jack-up rig in Scotland

Environmental activists from Extinction Rebellion organization have occupied a Valaris-owned jack-up rig currently ...

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