Transocean lands 11-well contract with Chevron

Transocean has been awarded an 11-well contract for the ultra-deepwater semisubmersible GSF Development Driller I ...

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Chevron puts all UK Central North Sea assets up for sale

Following ConocoPhillips' sale of Claire field stake to BP, another U.S. based oil major is looking to divest ...

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Kosmos drills duster offshore Suriname

Offshore oil and gas explorer Kosmos Energy has found no hydrocarbons in the Anapai-1A exploration well located in ...

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Chevron orders subsea equipment for Gorgon from Baker Hughes

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Chevron has hired Baker Hughes, a GE company for the supply of subsea production equipment, under a 15-year Master ...

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WorleyParsons to continue supporting Chevron in Australasia

Chevron has awarded WorleyParsons a contract extension to provide services to support the assets of Chevron’s ...

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Woodside: Wheatstone LNG Train 2 starts production

Australia's Woodside has informed LNG production has started from the Train 2 at the Wheatstone project in Western ...

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New gigs for DOF vessels

Norwegian shipping company DOF has won new contracts from Petrobras and Chevron. 

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InterMoor installs Chevron's new Thai FSO

InterMoor has recently completed work on the installation of the new Benchamas 2 FSO vessel.

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Kosmos hits snag at Suriname well. Needs to start anew

Offshore oil and gas explorer Kosmos Energy has encountered problems while drilling an offshore well in Suriname ...

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Wood bags Gorgon gig extension

Wood has been awarded an extension of its framework agreement with Chevron Australia to provide master contractor ...

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Second UKCS buy of the day for Verus

Norway's Statoil is divesting its interest in the Chevron-operated Alba oil field on the UK Continental Shelf. The ...

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Chevron earnings up on higher output, prices

U.S. energy giant Chevron recorded an increase in its first quarter earnings on the back of growing production, ...

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Erskine remains shut as Chrysaor works on pipeline problem

Chrysaor is working on a pipeline bypass program in the UK North Sea, following a blockage which forced Chevron to ...

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Transocean secures work for four semi-subs

Transocean has been awarded new contracts for its drilling rigs for work offshore Norway, Australia, and Canada.

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Shell, Statoil strengthen foothold in Brazil

European oil giants Statoil and Shell won four offshore blocks each in Brazil’s deep-water bid round held on Thursday.

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MISC delivers FSO for Chevron's Thai project

MISC Berhad has held the naming and delivery ceremony of its new floating, storage and offloading (FSO) facility ...

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EGS inks survey services deal with Chevron

EGS Group has signed a three-year contract with Chevron for offshore geophysical data acquisition services in the ...

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Erskine output still suffering over pipeline blockage

Chevron-operated Erskine field in the UK North Sea is still affected by a pipeline blockage that started in January. 

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Chevron to maintain capital discipline

Oil major Chevron Corporation plans to maintain its discipline in spending during 2018 with a budget of $18 billion ...

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Chevron shuts in North Sea platform amid power outage

Oil major Chevron has been forced to shut down production at its Alba Northern platform in the UK North Sea due to ...

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PHOTO: Big Foot on the move

Chevron's giant Big Foot tension leg platform (TLP) last week started its journey from a port in Ingleside, Texas ...

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