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BP's Ravenspurn North drilling falls short

BP has abandoned it exploration project at the Ravenspurn North field in the UK North Sea started more than a year ago.

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More time for BP to farm into Cue's Ironbark prospect

Cue Energy Resources has agreed to extend BP's option to acquire equity in a permit offshore Australia, which ...

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LR to support BP in Trinidad & Tobago ops

Lloyd's Register has been selected by BP’s Trinidad and Tobago subsidiary to support corrosion monitoring and ...

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EnQuest completes Magnus transaction with BP

EnQuest has completed the acquisition of an initial 25% interest in BP’s UK North Sea Magnus oil field, a ...

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PHOTO: 'Khankendi' performs first installation for BP

The Khankendi subsea construction vessel has completed its first project installation activity offshore Azerbaijan. 

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Eight oil and gas majors commit to cut methane emissions

Six oil and gas majors ExxonMobil, Shell, Total, Eni, Statoil, Repsol, BP, and Wintershall have said they will ...

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BP withdraws workers from Magnus due to water pollution

BP withdraws workers from Magnus platform amid water contamination probe

BP is taking workers off its Magnus platform in the UK North Sea, following a recently reported contamination of ...

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Report: BP looking to buy stake in Cairn's Senegal assets?

UK oil major BP is reportedly in talks with Cairn Energy to buy part of its stake in assets offshore Senegal. 

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Siccar farms out West of Shetlands blocks to Ineos

An interesting Tuesday for the UK North Sea news. First we reported on Serica’s acquisition of BP’s ...

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Serica buys BP's Bruce assets in UK North Sea

UK's Serica Energy is buying BP's interests in the Bruce, Keith, and Rhum fields in the UK North Sea, and has named ...

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BP: Angelin platform shaping up

British oil major BP has completed what it has described as a major milestone with its Angelin project in Trinidad. ...

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Husky, BP get new acreage offshore Canada

Partners Husky Energy and BP have been awarded offshore acreage in the Jeanne d’Arc region offshore Eastern ...

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Oil & Gas UK boss hails North Sea deals

Deirdre Michie, chief executive at the industry trade association Oil & Gas UK (OGUK), has welcomed two recently ...

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Petrobras eyes strategic alliance with BP

Brazilian oil company Petrobras has signed a Letter Of Intent (LOI) with BP to jointly identify and evaluate ...

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BP posts 3Q profit of $1.9 billion. Production grows

Oil company BP has reported an increase in its profit for the third quarter 2017, beating analysts’ ...

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BP chairman set to retire

UK oil major BP is looking for a new chairman as its current one has announced his intention to retire.  BP said on ...

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Gulf of Mexico operators curb output ahead of Storm Nate

Offshore oil and gas operators in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico are evacuating platforms and rigs and shutting-in ...

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CH2M wins work on BP's Tortue field

Engineering company CH2M has been awarded a new marine engineering support contract on BP’s Tortue ...

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GoM operators evacuate staff ahead of severe weather

Oil and gas operators in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico are securing their offshore facilities and evacuating ...

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BP to decide on Australia farm-in option in December

BP has been given more time to decide if it wants to take equity in Cue Energy Resources’ offshore block in ...

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BP: Arundel field begins production

British oil giant BP has started oil production from the Arundel field, one of two North Sea fields sanctioned in ...

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