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ABS gives nod for Hyundai's Ready-to-Convert FPSO hull

ABS, a provider of classification and technical services to the global offshore industry, granted Approval in ...

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Better late than never. Petrojarl I FPSO reaches Brazil

Brazilian oil and gas operator QGEP has informed that Petrojarl I FPSO has arrived in Brazil and is now at the ...

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SBM Offshore lands $750M loan for Liza FPSO

SBM Offshore gas completed the project financing of Liza FPSO, to be deployed offshore Guyana, for a total of $720 ...

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Sembcorp confirms $490M Johan Castberg FPSO hull award

Following a recent letter of intent, Singapore’s Sembcorp Marine has officially secured the contract to build ...

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Euronav sells its oldest tanker to FPSO operator

Tanker company Euronav NV has sold its  very large crude carrier (VLCC) Flandre for $45 million to an unnamed ...

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Yinson, THEE in talks over Layang FPSO takeover

Malaysia’s Yinson is set to take over the Layang FPSO contract THEE has with Japan’s JX Nippon. TH ...

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Giant Libra oil field in Brazil starts production

French oil company Total has announced first oil from the Libra mega-field, located in ultra-deep waters 180 ...

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Premier Oil getting ready for Catcher first oil

UK oil and gas company Premier Oil has confirmed the first oil from its Catcher field in the North Sea remains on ...

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Premier Oil to keep Voyageur Spirit FPSO till 2019

Premier Oil is set to extend the charter for the Voyageur Spirit FPSO in the North Sea. The oil company entered ...

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Goliat FPSO under scrutiny by offshore safety watchdog

Following two notices of order and a completed audit report of electrical safety on the Goliat FPSO, the PSA has ...

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Second explosion in one year on Aces FPSO in Pakistan

A fire broke out this week aboard the partially scrapped ACES FPSO at a shipbreaking plot in Gadani Pakistan. This ...

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Former CEO of SBM Offshore admits paying bribes

CEO pleaded guilty to charges related to paying bribes to foreign officials to get contracts in return.

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Westwood: Solid year for floating production systems

Following a harrowing 2016 when not a single FPS unit was ordered, this year, 2017, has seen the FPS market return.

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Bumi Armada's FPSO in "world's first" molten sulphur offload

Malaysia’s Bumi Armada has boasted with making history last week by completing the world’s first ...

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Statoil's Norne celebrates two decades of production

The Norne field in the Norwegian Sea, operated by the oil giant Statoil, is celebrating its twentieth anniversary ...

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Brazil: Worker injured on P-37 FPSO

A worker has been injured aboard the P-37 floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel operated by ...

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SBM Offshore earmarks $238M to resolve bribery probe

Dutch FPSO provider SBM Offshore has set aside $238 million to settle an investigation by the U.S. Justice Department

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Kosmos Energy posts 3Q loss

Kosmos Energy on Monday reported a net loss of $63.4 million for the third quarter of the year, on revenues of ...

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NDA promises 'brutal and bloody' attacks against oil firms

"This outing will be brutish, brutal and bloody..."

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Yinson taking over Layang FPSO?

Malaysia’s THHE has yet to resolve its Layang FPSO woes caused by its liquidity issues.

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PHOTO: Total's Egina FPSO sails away

PHOTO Total's Egina FPSO sails away

Total’s Egina FPSO has sailed away from South Korea and is now on its way to Nigeria. This is according to ...

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