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Guyana's first FPSO to set sail soon. Two more FIDS in 2019

As the first FPSO destined for the development of Guyana’s recently discovered oil riches is expected to set sail ...

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Aoka Mizu FPSO hook-up: Third time's the charm for Hurricane

After previous failed attempts UK's Hurricane Energy has successfully hooked-up the Aoka Mizu FPSO to the turret ...

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Report: FPSO MODEC Venture 11 sold for scrap

Japanese FPSO operator MODEC has reportedly sold the FPSO MODEC Venture 11 for scrap.

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Bumi Armada slumps to loss on impairments. CEO set to leave

Malaysia's FPSO and OSV leasing company Bumi Armada is parting ways with its Chief Executive Officer Leon Harland, ...

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Yinson, First E&P in FPSO deal worth up to $900 million

After months of negotiations, Malaysia’s FPSO-operator Yinson and Nigerian oil company First E&P have executed a ...

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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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