Popular news, December 22 – 28, 2014

In the last full week of this year, Total’s start of drilling in Angola was the most read article at Offshore Energy Today, followed by a story on Providence winning a case against Transocean. Our compilations of most viewed videos and galleries of the year also sparked your interest, as well as one heartwarming story from Norway…


Total begins drilling at its deepest offshore project

 

Providence wins case against Transocean

 

Offshore Energy Today: 2014 in pictures

 

Heartwarming story from Norway

 

Injured worker airlifted from Murchison platform

 

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