Popular news, December 29, 2014 – January 4, 2015

The most popular news of the past week include Offshore Energy Today’s compilation of the most read articles in 2014, a news article about Russia’s Gazprom becoming the sole owner of the South Stream, a report that five oil companies are eager to explore for oil and gas in the Adriatic Sea, and a warning from Zehl & Associates that falling oil prices could affect offshore safety.

In addition to these, Keppel’s confirmation of the $700 million Golar FLNGV deal and Saipem’s report that there is no change to the South Stream contract suspension also sparked your interest in the past week.

Most read articles of 2014, Vol. 1

 

Gazprom to become sole owner of South Stream

 

Jutarnji: Five oil firms want to drill in Adriatic Sea (Croatia)

 

Zehl & Associates: Falling oil prices could affect offshore safety

 

Keppel confirms $700M Golar FLNGV deal

 

Saipem: No change to South Stream suspension

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