Popular news, January 12 – 18, 2015

The articles you have read the most in the past week include Offshore Energy Today’s coverage of two videos; the first video shows Borgholm Dolphin offshore facility being rocked by waves and strong winds in the North Sea and the second one shows the Alvheim FPSO being battered by the winter storm Nina. 

It has been a turbulent week in the oil and gas industry with major oil and gas companies laying off staff as a response to toughening market conditions. Therefore, some of the most popular articles of the week include the ones reporting on British oil and gas giant BP slashing jobs in the UK North Sea, and Schlumberger axing 9,000 jobs.

Scroll down for more popular news stories.

1. Norway: FPSO battered by storm (VIDEO)

 

2. VIDEO: Strong winds rock offshore rig

 

3. Lifeboat incident on ‘Maersk Giant’ under investigation

 

4. BP to slash jobs in UK North Sea

 

5. Schlumberger axes 9,000 jobs

 

6. Catcher on track for 2017 production. FPSO construction starts

 

7. CAMAC considers legal options against Northern Offshore

 

8. Statoil finds buyer for Huldra platform

 

Offshore Energy Today Staff

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