Popular news, Oct 27 – Nov 2, 2014

One of  the world’s largest vessels set to leave Asia for Europe, Azeri rig incident, Offshore Energy in pictures, Job cuts in Norway, Offshore discovery in Gulf of Mexico….

 

 

Popular news, Oct 27 - Nov 2, 2014

‘Pieter Schelte’ to leave S. Korea within days, Allseas President says

The vessel is expected to arrive in Rotterdam, the Netherlands in late December 2014, where it will undergo final outfitting.

 

Three workers were killed and one is still missing after a fire broke out on a Socar-run platform, in the Caspian Sea, offshore Azerbaijan

 

Offshore Energy 2014: Day two in pictures

Check a gallery showing images of the Amsterdam-based Offshore Energy 2014

 

Additional staff reductions at Aibel

Aibel announced the need to reduce its workforce with an additional 300 employees.

 

Repsol hits pay in GoM’s Leon well

Repsol has made a new discovery of “high quality” oil in the United States’ Gulf of Mexico.

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