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Aker BP to use 'Deepsea Stavanger' for two wells

Norwegian oil company Aker BP has received consent from the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) for exploration ...

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Equinor picks up two safety consents for North Sea ops

Equinor has received two consents from the PSA – one for the use of a COSL rig for exploration drilling and one for ...

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Repsol cleared to use 'Scarabeo 8' on North Sea well

Spanish oil firm Repsol has received consent from the PSA for exploration drilling in the North Sea using the ...

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Two-year extension for Icon Offshore vessel

Malaysian offshore vessel owner Icon Offshore has received a contract extension for its Icon Kayra offshore vessel.

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Transocean told to iron out the kinks at 'Transocean Norge'

The PSA has found irregularities during an audit related to an application for an Acknowledgment of Compliance for ...

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Equinor to use Island Offshore vessels on Trestakk, Utgard

Equinor has received consent from the Petroleum Safety Authority to use Island Wellserver and Island Frontier for ...

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Shell cleared to use gas lift system on Knarr field

Oil major Shell has received consent from the PSA for the start-up and operation of the gas lift system on the ...

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Equinor gains consent to use Sverdrup processing platform

The PSA has given Equinor consent to use the P1 processing platform on the Johan Sverdrup field in the North Sea ...

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Aker BP cleared to use rigs on two North Sea projects

Aker BP has received consents from the PSA for the use of the Deepsea Stavanger and Maersk Invincible rigs ...

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Audit finds heavily corroded grating on Veslefrikk oldsters

The Petroleum Safety Authority has found twelve non-conformities during an audit of Veslefrikk A and B in the ...

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Aker BP gains consent to use Odfjell rig on North Sea well

Norwegian E&P player Aker BP has received consent from the PSA for exploration drilling in the North Sea using the ...

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Capricorn to use Transocean rig for Norwegian Sea wells

Capricorn Norge has received consents from the offshore safety body, the Petroleum Safety Authority, for ...

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Offshore safety body spots irregularities on Balder FPU

The PSA has found irregularities during an audit of Vår Energi’s management of major accident risk and barriers on ...

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Vår Energi cleared to remove Jotun B platform

Vår Energi has received consent from the PSA to remove and dispose of the Jotun B platform in the North Sea ...

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Equinor gains consent to use Transocean rig on Gullfaks

Equinor has received consent from the PSA for drilling of a top hole on the Gullfaks Satellites using the ...

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Safety audit finds room for improvement on Castberg FPSO

The PSA has found irregularities during an audit of Equinor's design and fabrication of the hull and living ...

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Aker BP given notice of order following Ula audit

The PSA has given a notice of order to Aker BP regarding its logistics and management of health risk on Ula D and P ...

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Safety watchdog launches investigation into Gyda incident

The PSA has launched an investigation into an incident involving a dropped object and personal injury on the Gyda ...

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Aker BP to drill North Sea well duo with 'Deepsea Stavanger'

Norwegian E&P player Aker BP has received consents from the PSA to drill two exploration wells off Norway, using ...

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Breaches of regulations found after 'West Hercules' incident

Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority Norway has completed its investigation of the incident on West Hercules rig on ...

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Safety body spots improvement points during Fenja audit

The PSA has found two improvement points during an audit of Neptune Energy and its follow-up of the riser delivery ...

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