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WoodMac sees growth potential after Chrysaor-Conoco deal

Wood Mackenzie sees huge growth potential in the UK North Sea region following Chrysaor's acquisition of ...

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ConocoPhillips sells UK business to Chrysaor

Oil major ConocoPhillips has entered into an agreement to sell two ConocoPhillips United Kingdom subsidiaries to ...

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'Transocean Leader' spuds Warwick Deep well

Transocean Leader semi-submersible drilling rig has started drilling the 205/26b-C well (Warwick Deep) located off ...

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'West Phoenix' moves off North Sea well location

The Seadrill-owned semi-submersible drilling rig West Phoenix, which drilled the 20/05b-14 Verbier appraisal well, ...

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Equinor extends 'Safe Boreas' stay at Mariner

Prosafe-owned flotel Safe Boreas has been awarded a contract extension from Norway's Equinor for operations at the ...

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HydraWell bags P&A job in UK North Sea

HydraWell has signed a contract with an undisclosed UK-based supermajor to provide equipment and personnel for plug ...

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Fairfield submits decom plan for PL5 pipeline

Fairfield Energy has submitted its draft decommissioning program for the Dunlin Alpha to Cormorant Alpha pipeline ...

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Eni fails to find hydrocarbons at Rowallan well

Eni has failed to find hydrocarbons after drilling the Rowallan prospect located in the UK sector of the North Sea.

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Equinor's Verbier appraisal well disappoints

Equinor has hit a duster a UK North Sea well aimed at appraising the Verbier discovery, leading to a downgrade of ...

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Shell taps Subsea 7 for Arran field work worth over $100M

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Shell has hired offshore installation and construction company Subsea 7 for work on the Arran gas field ...

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Neptune sanctions Seagull project in North Sea

Neptune Energy has reportedly reached a final investment decision for its operated Seagull project, which is ...

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Neptune submits decom plans for two Southern North Sea field

Neptune Energy has submitted its draft decommissioning programs for two fields located in the Southern North Sea to ...

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UK: MEPs call for more clarity on cost of O&G decom

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The UK taxpayers might have to contribute much more to the cost of decommissioning of offshore oil and gas ...

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UK: OGA launches 130 terabytes of offshore data for free

The UK Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has released what it says is one of the largest ever single open releases of ...

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Island Drilling gets rig contract offshore UK

Norwegian offshore driller Island Drilling has been awarded a contract by CNOOC for the Island Innovator rig for ...

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OGA to explore powering offshore platforms from renewables

The UK Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has been supporting the country’s ongoing transition to a low carbon energy mix.

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Global Energy forms EPC contractor firm following Apollo buy

Global Energy Group has formed a new engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contractor through the ...

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Apache hands in its plan for Nevis decom

Oil company Apache Corporation has handed in its draft decommissioning program for the Nevis South field to the UK ...

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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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UK oil production in 2018 reached 2011-high

UK oil and gas industry had a successful year in 2018, as it saw oil and gas production increase by more than 4% in ...

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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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