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United farms into southern UK assets

United Oil & Gas has agreed a farm-in to Corallian Energy’s interests in its southern UK oil and gas assets.

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SPE Aberdeen reveals Offshore Achievement Awards finalists

The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Aberdeen has revealed the finalists for the Offshore Achievement Awards.

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Ineos sets up six new oil & gas units

Following the completion of a number of North Sea oil and gas acquisitions that began in 2015, Ineos is launching ...

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UK union slams driller for sending rigs to remote scrapyards

British trade union RMT has raised concerns over the North Sea decommissioning industry, following the cash sale of ...

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New loan enables further expansion at Port of Blyth

UK's Port of Blyth has announced a new £12 million banking facility with Lloyds Bank that will enable the next ...

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UK: Premier's Tolmount project sanction on track for 2018

Premier Oil has informed that the sanction of the Tolmount offshore development project remains on track for 2018.

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North Sea trio comes back online

Three BP-operated North Sea fields have resumed production, following the repair of the Forties pipeline.

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Repsol aiming to cease Rev field production by April 2020

Spanish oil company Repsol has filed an application to remove the export pipeline and umbilical of the Rev field, ...

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Catcher FPSO begins seven-year contract with Premier

BW Offshore-owned FPSO BW Catcher has received the First Oil Certificate following the successful completion of an ...

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New guidance launched to help plan decommissioning

An industry workgroup has issued new guidance that will help companies plan decommissioning more efficiently, Oil ...

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Forties pipeline back online

Ineos has confirmed that the Forties Pipeline System, which carries the North Sea oil and gas to shore, is now ...

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Seacroft develops tool for mitigating risk of collisions

Aberdeen-based Seacroft Marine has launched ‘SafeZone 500’, a suite of procedures, training, workplace mentoring ...

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Ineos lifts restriction on O&G flows feeding into Forties

All restrictions on the flow of oil and gas from platforms feeding into the Forties pipeline system have been fully ...

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Apache reopens Forties field

Apache restarted production from its Forties field in the UK North Sea on Saturday, December 23, following a ...

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Premier to ramp up Catcher to 60k bopd during 1H 2018

Premier Oil has confirmed the start of production from the Catcher development in the UK North Sea and revealed ...

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Ineos partially restarts Kinneil

Ineos has partially re-started the Kinneil facility following the completion of the mechanical repair works on the ...

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Siccar Point seeks permit to drill exploration well

Aberdeen-based oil company Siccar Point Energy has applied to the UK government for consent to drill an exploration ...

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Forties to return to normal rates 'early in the new year'

A small number of customers of the Forties pipeline system are sending oil and gas through the pipeline following a ...

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Premier brings Catcher online

UK-based oil company Premier Oil achieved first oil from the Catcher development in the UK sector of the North Sea ...

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Siccar Point closes Jackdaw divestment

Siccar Point Energy has completed the divestment of its equity interest in the Jackdaw discovery to Dyas UK Limited. 

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Ineos plans to complete Forties repairs around Christmas

Ineos is planning to complete the repair works on the Forties pipeline system around Christmas, following recent ...

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