Popular news, February 16 – 22, 2015

As every week, we have compiled a list of the most read stories of the week on Offshore Energy Today. Spoiler alert: bad news dominates this week’s list.

 

An article on an oil rig catching fire in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico tops the list, followed by a piece on a North Sea worker being blasted by radiation.

 

Third place, a story on a North Sea platform evacuation due to water contamination, followed by a report on Transocean waving goodbye to its Chief Executive Officer. After that, a breath of fresh air, news on Keppel delivering the world’s largest jack-up rig.

Scroll down for more popular stories:

1. Report: Rig on fire in Gulf of Mexico

2. Offshore worker exposed to radiation

3. Report: Platform evacuation in North Sea

4. Transocean CEO steps down

5. Keppel hands over ‘world’s largest jack-up rig’ to Maersk

6. Brazil FPSO Explosion: Three men still missing

7. Aker Solutions: More cuts in Norway

8. Gas leak at Gudrun platform

Offshore Energy Today Staff

 

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