Connecting gears of the energy transition

The energy transition is one of the greatest challenges of our time

Ocean Installer gets subsea cable installation job in China

Ocean Installer has been awarded a contract for subsea power cable installation for the CNOOC Liuhua 16-2 oil field ...

read more →

Malaysian operator hires Solstad's anchor handler

Solstad Offshore has been awarded a new contract by a Malaysian operator for one of its anchor handling and supply ...

read more →

Uzma bags new gigs in Malaysia and Thailand

Uzma Berhad has recently secured three contracts with an accumulated value of approximately RM160 million ($38.35M) ...

read more →

Popular news, March 2 – 8, 2020

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

read more →

Worldwide offshore rig count in February down 2 rigs Y-o-Y

The worldwide offshore rig count in February 2020 has risen by two units sequentially, but dropped by the same ...

read more →

Petronas umbrella contract award for DNeX

Malaysia-based investment holding company Degang NeXchange Berhad (DNeX) has received a Pan Malaysia umbrella ...

read more →

OPEC to cut output as coronavirus curbs demand

OPEC has recommended the extension of oil production cuts until the end of the year and further cuts until June ...

read more →

Nam Cheong clinches new deals for 6 vessels

Offshore vessel owner Nam Cheong has won new contracts for its vessels with a total value of RM116.4 million ($27.7 ...

read more →

Uzma wins new contracts with two oil majors

Malaysian oil and gas services provider Uzma Berhad has been awarded new contracts by oil majors Petronas Carigali ...

read more →

Xodus anticipates large decline in oil and coal, rise of gas

International energy consultancy Xodus Group has launched a new analysis showing that a rapid pivot to gas would be ...

read more →

Popular news, February 24 – March 1, 2020

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

read more →

Rystad: Coronavirus to delay FPSOs being built in Asia

The outbreak of the coronavirus is set to cause extensive staffing and supply shortages as well as delays on ...

read more →

GALLERY: Yinson's FPSO heads to Nigeria for First job

Yinson’s FPSO Abigail-Joseph has set sail from Singapore to the Anyala & Madu fields in Block OML 83 & 85, offshore ...

read more →

Oil & gas prices to fall below forecasts over coronavirus

As China’s coronavirus epidemic continues to expand and more countries are affected, the slowdown in global oil and ...

read more →

Keppel fixes up Yinson FPSO for Nigeria

Keppel Offshore & Marine has said it has delivered the world’s fastest brownfield floating production storage and ...

read more →

Hibiscus boosts oil output at Malaysian asset

Malaysia’s Hibiscus Petroleum has seen a 20% increase in oil production from the North Sabah PSC located ...

read more →

Jadestone awaits approval for Vietnam development plan

Jadestone Energy expects approval for its development plan for the Nam Du and U Minh gas fields, offshore southwest ...

read more →

Popular news, February 17 – 23, 2020

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

read more →

SembMarine: Ex-consultant convicted of corruption in Brazil

A former consultant connected to Singapore's offshore rig builder Sembcorp Marine has been convicted of corruption ...

read more →

Shelf Drilling working to secure funds for rig upgrade

Shelf Drilling has closed a private placement of $80 million of senior secured notes with an intention to use the ...

read more →

Red ink for Sembcorp Marine 

Singapore's offshore rig builder Sembcorp Marine posted a bigger loss for 2019 when compared to 2018. Quarterly, ...

read more →

Petronas taps Tanjung for offshore production unit

Malaysia's oilfield services provider Tanjung Offshore Services (TOS) has received a letter of award from Petronas ...

read more →

Petronas charters Alam Maritim anchor handler

Malaysian offshore support vessels and subsea services provider Alam Maritim Resources has been awarded a work ...

read more →

Petronas' second FLNG sets sail to Malaysia

Petronas' second floating LNG vessel, the PFLNG Dua, has set sail from South Korea in its maiden voyage to the ...

read more →

Transocean's contract backlog tops $10 billion

Transocean has secured more work for its fleet of offshore drilling rigs and brought its total contract backlog to ...

read more →

ALP to tow Coral South FLNG

Dutch shipping company ALP Maritime Services has been selected by a joint venture between TechnipFMC and JGC to ...

read more →

Magseis Fairfield agrees sale of seismic nodes

Norwegian geophysical surveying and mapping services company Magseis Fairfield has signed a system sales contract ...

read more →