Petrobras spills oil from P-58 FPSO. Blames broken hose

Brazilian oil company Petrobras has spilled oil in the Campos Basin offshore Brazil, after a hose rupture during an ...

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Petrobras kicks off oil and gas production from P-76 FPSO

Brazilian oil company Petrobras has started producing oil and gas from the P-76 FPSO in the Búzios field in the ...

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Rystad: 33 FPSO vessels to be sanctioned from 2019 to 2021

Norwegian oil and gas intelligence firm Rystad Energy expects 33 FPSO vessels to be sanctioned from 2019 to 2021 as ...

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Yinson nets $578 million FPSO operation and maintenance job

Yinson has received and accepted a letter of award from JX Nippon to provide operation and maintenance services for ...

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FPSO Liza Destiny to set sail for Guyana this summer

The FPSO vessel Liza Destiny will set sail for the ExxonMobil-operated Stabroek block off Guyana in the summer of 2019.

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SBM Offshore lining up third Fast4Ward FPSO order

World’s largest FPSO supplier SBM Offshore is set to increase its fleet as it plans to order another Fast4Ward FPSO ...

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Teekay's Piranema Spirit FPSO gets Petrobras extension

Floating production unit specialist Teekay Offshore has said it has secured a contract extension for one of its ...

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Petrobras starts oil output from Lula Norte via P-67 FPSO

Brazilian oil company Petrobras has kicked off oil and gas production from its Lula Norte area in the Santos Basin.

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Keppel: No V-shape recovery for offshore rig business

Keppel is seeing signs of improvement in the offshore and marine business, however, the company is cautious with ...

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Eni launches another Vandumbu well (Angola)

Italian oil company Eni has said it has brought online a new production well Vandumbu field, about 350 km ...

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i3 Energy in FPSO, funding talks for North Sea fields

Bleo Holm / Image by Repsol Sinopec UK

i3 Energy, a company working to develop its Liberator and Serenity fields in the UK North Sea, is in talks with ...

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Oil spills at Petrobras' Espadarte field FPSO

Brazilian oil company Petrobras has informed that oil spilled on January 2 in one of the tanks of the FPSO Cidade ...

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Total fires up giant Egina FPSO offshore Nigeria

French oil major Total has started oil production from its Egina field offshore Nigeria. Total started up ...

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Yinson in 6-month charter extension for Lam Son FPSO

The Lam Son FPSO is capable of producing 15,000-20,000 barrels of oil per day (bopd) and has a storage capacity of ...

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Canada: Funds available offshore drilling assessment

CEAA has made funds available to assist in participation in the regional assessment of offshore drilling east of ...

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Petrobras to spend $68.8B on E&P. Plans to order 7 new FPSOs

Brazilian oil company Petrobras has set aside $84 billion dollars to spend between 2019 and 2023. Most of this will ...

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Yinson's Adoon FPSO in 3-month contract extension

Yinson's Adoon FPSO in 3-month contract extension

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SBM Offshore puts pen to paper on new FPSO order

Dutch FPSO giant SBM Offshore has officially signed a contract for the second Fast4Ward FPSO hull with the Chinese ...

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SBM Offshore mothballing Brazil yard, FPU business

World's largest FPSO supplier SBM Offshore will shut down its Brasa yard in Brazil where it integrates FPSO units' ...

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Angola: Eni expands perimeter of prolific offshore block

Italian oil company Eni has signed an agreement with Angola's national oil company Sonangol to expand the perimeter ...

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Yinson, First E&P take more time to seal FPSO deal

Malaysian FPSO supplier Yinson and Nigerian oil company First E&P have given themselves more time to conclude an ...

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