Aker BP hits pay in North Sea well

Norwegian oil company Aker BP has made an oil and gas discovery northwest of the Bøyla field in the North Sea ...

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Spirit brings Oda field online

Spirit Energy has started oil production from the Oda field located in the North Sea, offshore Norway, almost five ...

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Jumbo picks up North Sea decommissioning job

Jumbo has been awarded an offshore decommissioning project in the North Sea by Abu Dhabi's national energy company TAQA.

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Equinor fails to correct Martin Linge irregularities

The PSA has spotted previously noted irregularities during an audit of Equinor's Martin Linge A platform.

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Safety breaches found after Maersk rig incident

The Petroleum Safety Authority has completed an investigation into an incident involving dropped objects on the ...

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TechnipFMC adds dive support vessel to its fleet

TechnipFMC has added to its international fleet of subsea pipelay, diving and construction ships after purchasing a ...

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Shell gets green light for Curlew decom plan

Shell has received an approval from the UK authorities for its decommissioning plan of the Curlew field facilities ...

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Premier Oil pushes back Catcher tie-back sanctions

UK-based Premier Oil has pushed back plans to sanction two tie-back options for its Catcher development in the UK ...

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Colter prospect smaller than expected

Corallian Energy has completed its Colter appraisal campaign off the UK, which has included the Colter North and ...

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Equinor gains nod for extended operation of Gullfaks C

Norwegian oil and gas company Equinor has received consent from the country’s offshore safety agency to ...

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Johan Sverdrup safety and electrical facilities can improve

The Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) has found several improvement points during an audit of the Johan Sverdrup ...

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RockRose's takeover bid opportunistic, IOG says

Following RockRose's unsolicited takeover approach for compatriot oil company Independent Oil and Gas (IOG), IOG ...

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World’s largest semi-sub rig heads to North Sea

Diamond Offshore’s semi-submersible drilling rig Ocean GreatWhite has left Scotland’s Kishorn Port, heading ...

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'Pioneering Spirit' pauses Nord Stream 2 work

Pioneering Spirit in the Gulf of Finland

Allseas-owned heavy lift and pipelay vessel Pioneering Spirit will temporarily lay down pipe in the Swedish ...

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New well to unlock 1.7m barrels of oil from Anasuria Cluster

Hibiscus Petroleum's jointly‐controlled operating company, Anasuria Operating Company, is on track to execute the ...

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Equinor spuds Verbier appraisal well

Equinor has started drilling operations on Verbier appraisal well in the UK North Sea using the semi-submersible ...

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Magseis Fairfield in North Sea data acquisition program

Norwegian Magseis Fairfield, a provider of ocean bottom seismic systems and services, has received a letter of ...

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Petro River acquires more interest in North Sea licenses

Petro River has announced the acquisition of an additional 5.63% interest in an international, offshore exploration ...

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Total awards more work on Tyra redevelopment

Stavanger-based Petroleum Technology Company (PTC) has been awarded a contract for wellhead well integrity ...

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Subsea 7 clinches North Sea job with BP

Subsea 7 has been awarded a substantial contract by BP for the provision of subsea construction, inspection, repair ...

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Unite sets strike dates for North Sea platforms

Scottish workers’ union Unite Scotland has set dates for industrial action on three UK North Sea platforms ...

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