Popular news, November 24 – 30, 2014

An article on the massive ‘Pieter Schelte’ multi-purpose heavy-lift, transportation and pipeline installation vessel leaving South Korea was the most read story of the last week of November. An explosion on an offshore rig in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico was the second most read news article.

Scroll down for more popular stories of the week.

 

Giant ‘Pieter Schelte’ on its way to Rotterdam

 

1 dead, 3 hurt in Gulf of Mexico platform blast

 

Sevan reduces rig dayrate to avoid contract termination

 

Easy oil is gone. North Sea industry needs to adapt to new reality

 

SBM Offshore: No reason for FPSO bidding ban in Brazil

 

Statoil cancels another rig contract

 

Seadrill pauses rigs orders. Cuts dividend

 

Shell faces $4B fine for Bonga oil spill

 

IoD Boss slams BG for ‘excessive’ CEO salary

 

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