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Hurricane Energy sells first Lancaster field oil cargo

Hurricane Energy has sold its first oil cargo from the Lancaster oil field following the production start-up ...

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Decipher's Orlando field producing 'below expectations'

Decipher Energy’s Orlando oil field in the UK North Sea, brought online in March, is producing at lower than ...

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BP rig made U-turn after Greenpeace ship blocked its way

©Greenpeace - Jiri Rezac

Early on Sunday afternoon a Greenpeace ship, the Arctic Sunrise, got ahead of the BP-chartered drilling rig Paul B. ...

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Greenpeace brings in new team of activists on BP rig

A fresh team of Greenpeace activists has re-boarded a Transocean-owned rig in Scotland hired by BP for UK North Sea ...

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Police looking to remove Greenpeace activists on BP rig

Activists from the environmental group Greenpeace are still occupying a Transocean rig, contracted by BP for ...

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UK sets zero-emissions target. OGUK: We can play a role too

The oil industry can help meet climate change ambitions, Oil & Gas UK said.

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Greenpeace rig protest triggers injunction

British oil major BP has served an injunction to Greenpeace in order to stop the actions of the environmentalist ...

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Well-Safe to decommission up to 21 wells for DNO

Well-Safe Solutions has been awarded a major contract to decommission up to twenty-one wells on the Schooner and ...

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Total produces first gas from Culzean field

French oil major Total has started up production from the Culzean gas condensate field located on Block 22/25a, 230 ...

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Greenpeace boards offshore rig heading to North Sea

Greenpeace activists have boarded an offshore drilling rig owned by Transocean and scheduled to start drilling for ...

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Green light for Apache's Nevis decom plan

Apache has received approval from the UK authorities for its decommissioning program for the Nevis South field ...

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Five new blocks for Equinor offshore UK

Norwegian oil giant Equinor has been awarded five offshore licenses in the UK as part of the Oil and Gas ...

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Repsol Sinopec restores production at North Sea assets

Claymore complex in the North Sea

Oil company Repsol Sinopec Resources UK has restored production at its North Sea platforms following a recent ...

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Ithaca to buy Chevron's North Sea business

Ithaca Energy, a subsidiary of Israel's Delek Group, has decided to acquire Chevron North Sea Limited for $2 billion.

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Shell takes over Cluff's North Sea license

Cluff Natural Resources has received Oil and Gas Authority approval in relation to the farm-out of License P2252 to ...

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Total to pay for termination of North Sea farm-in deal

Total will pay Jersey Oil & Gas (JOG) nearly one million dollars for its termination of a UK North Sea farm-in ...

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Hibiscus mulls options for two North Sea fields development

Hibiscus Petroleum is currently considering several options for the development of its Marigold and Sunflower ...

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'Stena Spey' mobilized for side-track well at Anasuria

Stena Drilling-owned semi-submersible drilling rig Stena Spey has deployed anchors and is set to start drilling the ...

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Marathon fined for gas blast on North Sea platform

Oil and gas company Marathon Oil UK has been fined £1.16 million ($1.5 million) following an HSE investigation into ...

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EnQuest boasts 25 pct production growth

The Magnus Platform

EnQuest recorded a 25 percent production growth in the first four months of the year driven by strong production ...

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Zennor wraps up drilling & testing operations at Finlaggan

Zennor Petroleum has completed drilling and testing operations at its operated Finlaggan field development in the ...

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