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Deep Down to supply equipment for Shell's Kaikias field

 U.S. subsea equipment specialist Deep Down has secured an order from the oil major Shell related to equipment ...

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Equinor wraps $965M Caesar/Tonga buy

Norwegian oil firm Equinor has received regulatory approval in the U.S. for the acquisition of Shell's stake in ...

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Total takes Pacific drillship for GoM well

Pacific Drilling has won an offshore drilling contract for one of its drillships with Total for operations in the ...

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Murphy Oil greenlights Gulf of Mexico project trio

Murphy Oil has reached a Final Investment Decision for the King's Quay facility, Khaleesi/Mormont, and Samurai ...

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Talos boasts 'best quarter on record in terms of production'

Talos Energy bounced back to the black in the second quarter of 2019 on the back of higher revenues boosted by ...

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Talos hits more pay in Gulf of Mexico well

Noble Don Taylor

Talos Energy has discovered more oil pay in the deeper target of its operated Bulleit well located in the U.S. Gulf ...

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Byron starts drilling operations on Cutthroat prospect

Australia-based Byron Energy has started drilling at the Cutthroat prospect located on its operated SM58 lease in ...

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Saipem to set up spool-base in Gulf of Mexico

Italian Saipem will establish a spool-base on Greenwood Island, Pascagoula, Mississippi.

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Byron set for Cutthroat well in Gulf of Mexico

Byron Energy is preparing to drill the SM58 011 well and test the Cuthroat prospect located on its operated SM58 ...

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GulfSlope gets three-year extension for Tau block

The U.S. Bureau of Ocean and Energy Management has agreed to grant GulfSlope a three-year extension of the term of ...

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Shell takes PowerNap FID

Shell has taken the final investment decision for the PowerNap deepwater project in the US Gulf of Mexico.

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Shell completes Caesar-Tonga sale to Equinor

Shell has completed the sale of 22.45% non-operated interest in the Caesar-Tonga asset in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico ...

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Inpex enters Anadarko's Gulf of Mexico blocks

Japan's Inpex has reached an agreement with Anadarko Petroleum to acquire a 40 percent participating interest in ...

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Williams' Nophlet deepwater pipeline enters service

Gulf of Mexico pipeline operator Williams has acquired and placed into service the 16-inch Norphlet deepwater ...

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Westwood: U.S. GoM drillship market in enviable position

Noble Don Taylor

The U.S. Gulf of Mexico drillship market is currently in quite an enviable position, according to market research ...

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Gulf of Mexico oil production almost fully restored

U.S. Gulf of Mexico oil and gas operators have almost fully resumed production following last week’s storm Barry.

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OneSubsea clinches 20-year subsea deal with Chevron

OneSubsea, a Schlumberger company, has been awarded a 20-year subsea equipment and services master contract for ...

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Workers coming back to GoM after storm Barry

A total of 60 offshore production platforms in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico remained evacuated on Thursday following the ...

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U.S. to offer all available areas in next GoM lease sale

The U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management will offer 77.8 million acres for a region-wide lease sale in the Gulf ...

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U.S. GoM platforms resuming production after storm

More than fifty percent of the U.S. Gulf of Mexico oil and gas production remained shut on Tuesday following the ...

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Workers return to GoM platforms after storm Barry

Anadarko, BP, Shell returning workers to offshore platforms after storm

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