Maersk Supply growing in Aberdeen

OSV owner working on becoming more than just a vessel supplier.

Eni gets approval for Arctic well

A subsidiary of the Italian oil company Eni has received an approval of Arctic exploration operations on the U.S. ...

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Rosneft to order shuttle tankers for Arctic fields

Russian oil company Rosneft has made plans to build an unspecified number of shuttle tankers to be used for oil ...

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Norwegian authorities arrest Greenpeace activists

Norwegian authorities have stopped a protest by Greenpeace against Statoil’s drilling activities in the ...

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Alaska: Senators move to revoke Obama's drilling bans

Alaska-based senators Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan have introduced an act aimed at repealing offshore drilling ...

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GALLERY: Rosneft drills first Laptev Sea exploration well

Russian oil firm Rosneft has started drilling of the Tsentralno-Olginskaya-1 well at the Khatangsky license area in ...

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GALLERY: Lukoil, Gazprom in oil spill drill in the Arctic

Russia’s largest privately-held oil company Lukoil and Gazprom Neft have conducted a joint exercise ...

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EU parliament rejects total Arctic drilling ban

The European Union parliament members have rejected a motion for a total ban on Arctic oil and gas exploration, as ...

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Greenpeace confronts Statoil rig

Activists from Greenpeace Nordic and Greenpeace Germany are today, February 27, 2017, protesting near a drilling ...

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US officials call for Trump after Obama's Arctic ban

Alaskan officials and NOIA President have responded with outrage to the ’11th hour’ Arctic and the ...

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Obama closes off Arctic, Atlantic for oil and gas activity

The outgoing U.S. President Barack Obama has withdrawn millions of acres in the Arctic and the Atlantic Ocean from ...

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Arctic removed from offshore lease sale plan

The outgoing Obama Administration has removed the Arctic from the proposed 2017-2022 offshore oil and gas lease ...

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Greenpeace files lawsuit against Norway over Arctic drilling

Environmental organization Greenpeace filed a lawsuit on Tuesday morning against the Norwegian government for ...

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Alaska's Arctic Coalition launches pro-drilling campaign

Several pro-offshore drilling groups in Alaska have launched an advertising campaign calling for the Obama ...

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Kongsberg simulators to aid with Arctic emergency ops

Kongsberg Digital and Nord University in Norway have established a new partnership in an attempt to increase ...

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NOIA boss: New Arctic drilling rule could thwart innovation

NOIA boss New Arctic drilling rule could thwart innovation

Following the U.S. Interior Department’s launch of the final rule on the oil and gas drilling in the U.S. Arctic, ...

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U.S. Gov't issues final rule for Arctic offshore drilling

The U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI), acting through BOEM and BSEE, on Thursday issued the final rule ...

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Shell donates offshore rights near Lancaster Sound

Shell has voluntarily contributed offshore rights to the Nature Conservancy of Canada to support the establishment ...

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API slams proposed offshore lease sale for lack of vision

The U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s proposed offshore lease sale has been attacked as a program without ...

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USA: Offshore platforms can survive sea ice, research shows

The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE), in partnership with the University of Alaska, recently ...

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Shell cancels contract for one of its Arctic rigs

Noble Corporation, an offshore drilling contractor, has received a contract termination for one of its rigs from an ...

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Department of Interior cancels Arctic lease sales (USA)

The Obama administration has cancelled the Arctic Lease Sales for the Beaufort Sea and the Chukchi Sea oil and gas ...

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