Popular news, December 8 – 14, 2014

An article about SBM Offshore laying off 1200 workers was the most read news story of the week. You have also read about a new report commissioned by Oil & Gas UK stating that the UK offshore oil & gas industry will hire 12.000 new workers over the next five years, ConocoPhillips slashing its 2015 capex and a report on Repsol buying Talisman. 

 

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SBM Offshore to lay off 1200 workers

 

UK offshore oil & gas industry to hire 12.000 new workers

 

ConocoPhillips slashes 2015 capex

 

Report: Repsol to buy Talisman?

 

VIDEO: Rolls-Royce unveils oX bridge concept

 

Noble fined for environmental crimes in Alaska

 

Gallery: First oil flows from Eni’s West Hub (Angola)

 

Wood Group nets $750M BP deal (UK)

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