The most popular article from the last week was about a rig that caught fire offshore Egypt, spurring a crew evacuation.
It was followed by a story about what is going to be the world’s first Floating LNG unit in operation, scheduled for completion by the end of the year.
Next up, a video taken by an offshore worker showing hundreds of sharks swarming below an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico.
You also read about a fire that broke out onboard Petrojarl Knarr FPSO offshore Norway, Shell announcing job cuts and change of offshore shift patterns in the UK, hundreds of offshore jobs under threat in Australia, Wood Mackenzie’s prognosis that drilling activity will recover in 2016 and a report on a vessel hitting offshore platform in the Persian Gulf, Iran.
Click on the links below to read our popular news of the week:
- Egypt: Offshore rig on fire
- Photo: World’s first FLNG vessel
- Hundreds of sharks swarm below GoM oil rig
- Fire breaks out on Knarr FPSO off Norway
- Shell to cut more North Sea jobs and change offshore shift patterns
- Australia: Hundreds of offshore jobs under threat
- Wood Mackenzie: Drilling activity to recover in 2016
- Report: Vessel hits offshore platform in Iran
Offshore Energy Today Staff