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Shell returns workers to Brent Charlie after power outage

Anglo/Dutch oil major Shell has returned workers to the Brent Charlie North Sea platform following a power outage ...

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Shell closes divestment of Ireland upstream assets

Oil major Shell has left the upstream sector in Ireland following the sale of its interest in the Corrib gas project. 

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OKEA assumes Draugen operatorship

Norwegian oil and gas company OKEA has completed the acquisition of a package of Shell’s interests on the NCS.

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Shell removes 135 workers from North Sea unit after blackout

Oil major Shell has evacuated 135 workers from a UK North Sea offshore platform following a power outage. 

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O&G majors join forces to progress UK's clean gas project

OGCI Climate Investments has entered into a strategic partnership with BP, Eni, Equinor, Occidental Petroleum, ...

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Shell orders subsea equipment for GoM project from McDermott

McDermott has been awarded a sizable contract from Shell for new subsea umbilical and flowline installation at the ...

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VIDEO: BP produces first oil from major North Sea project

BP, with its partners Shell, ConocoPhillips, and Chevron has started production from its Clair Ridge offshore ...

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Shell starts pumping Clipper South field gas

Oil giant Shell has informed it has started to supply natural gas from the Ineos and Spirit Energy-owned Clipper ...

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Norway OKs Shell's sale of Draugen and Gjøa field interests

The Norwegian authorities have given the green light for Shell's proposed sale of the licenses containing the ...

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Shell hands in Goldeneye decom plan

Goldeneye

Oil major Shell has submitted its draft decommissioning program for the Goldeneye field installations and pipelines ...

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Shell hires Danos for Ursa maintenance campaign

Danos has been awarded a contract by Shell for the coatings maintenance campaign for the Ursa tension leg platform ...

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Shell in one of 'strongest ever' quarters

Oil giant Shell posted a jump in earnings on the current cost of supply basis, boosted by higher oil and gas ...

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Serica's Columbus field development plan approved

Serica Energy has informed that its field development plan for the Columbus field in the North Sea has been ...

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Shell Netherlands CEO christens Wagenborg's W2W vessel

Offshore vessel operator Wagenborg has christened new walk-to-work vessel at a ceremony held in the port of Den ...

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Transocean cheers new rig deals

Transocean Norge, formerly known as West Rigel

Transocean has won a number of new contracts for its drillships and semi-submersible drilling rigs, which will ...

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Noreco buying Shell assets in Denmark for $1.9 billion

Norwegian Energy Company ASA has reached an agreement to buy Shell's assets in Denmark for $1.9 billion.

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AET names two LNG dual-fueled tankers for Shell

AET has named its first LNG dual-fueled aframax vessels, Eagle Brasilia and Eagle Bintulu for Shell. 

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Subsea 7 clinches second Vito field gig

Subsea 7 clinches second Vito field gig

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Shell takes over Arran operatorship

Shell’s Shearwater platform

Shell has taken over operatorship of the Arran field in the UK North Sea and made the final investment decision to ...

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Shell adds more optional wells to WilPhoenix contract

WilPhoenix rig / Image source: MaxPixel - Shared Under CC0 license

Awilco Drilling has signed a contract amendment for WilPhoenix semi-submersible drilling rig with Shell, allowing ...

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OGCI members move to tackle methane emissions

Following last week's news that three U.S. oil companies would join the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative, OGCI on ...

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