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Faroe Petroleum Spuds Well off Norway Coast

Nov 21, 2018

Aberdeen-headquartered Faroe Petroleum has started drilling the Brasse East exploration well off the coast of Norway.The oil and gas company focusing principally on exploration, appraisal and production opportunities in Norway and the UK announced…

McDermott Bags Petrobras Contract

Nov 20, 2018

McDermott International announced a large contract award by Petrobras for a natural gas pipeline project in support of the client’s Santos basin pre-salt field program.The contract covers the implementation of the ultra-shallow segment of the new Rota 3 gas export pipeline…

Equinor Plans More International Wells

Nov 20, 2018

Norwegian oil and gas firm Equinor plans to drill more exploration wells internationally and more onshore wells in 2019 compared to this year, the company's head of exploration said on Tuesday.'In general, there will be more international activity…

Lomax Joins TEMS International

Nov 19, 2018

Aberdeen-headquartered oil and gas service company TEMS International has appointed Nicola Lomax to the newly created role of QHSE manager as it continues to expand its workforce in response to growing demand for its services.Lomax will be responsible for developing and managing the firm’s health…

GE to Sell Portion of Stake in Baker Hughes

Nov 13, 2018

General Electric Co is selling a portion of its stake in oilfield services provider Baker Hughes, the U.S. industrial conglomerate said on Tuesday, its latest move to raise cash and repay debt.GE, which bought Baker Hughes in July 2017, has…

Hess Corp Completes Drilling on Aspy Well Offshore

Nov 12, 2018

The  exploration and production company Hess Corporation said that Aspy probe did not encounter commercial quantities of hydrocarbons.Hess Corporation announced in a press statement that drilling of the Aspy exploration well offshore Nova Scotia reached total depth of 7…

Second Turkish Drill Ship Will Operate in Black Sea

Nov 09, 2018

Turkey has completed the purchase of its second drilling ship, which will operate in the Black Sea at the north of the country, Energy Minister Fatih Donmez said on Friday.Turkey is almost completely reliant on imports to meet its energy needs…

Decommissioning Gets into Deep Water in GoM

Nov 08, 2018

LOC Group’s Houston office provides perspective on decommissioning developments in the Gulf of Mexico.The Gulf of Mexico basin covers approximately 1.6 million km2 and is one of the most important petroleum production regions in the world. A…

Fred. Olsen Energy Proposes to Issue New Equity in Restructuring

Nov 06, 2018

Norwegian drillship and rig operator Fred. Olsen Energy, proposes to sell one of its drilling units and to issue $130-140 million in new equity to pay off debt, as part of a refinancing plan published on Tuesday.The proposal includes issuing about $90 million in new loan capital…

Turkey Says Other Countries Cannot Drill In Its Waters

Nov 05, 2018

Turkey will not allow the exploitation of gas reserves in Turkish and north Cypriot waters of the eastern Mediterranean, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday.The eastern Mediterranean is believed to be rich in natural gas, and attempts to…

ADNOC to Boost Production Capacity

Nov 05, 2018

Abu Dhabi state-owned oil producer ADNOC plans to increase oil production capacity to 5 million barrels per day by 2030, the emirate's crown prince said in a tweet.Abu Dhabi's 'Supreme Petroleum Council approved AED 486 billion ($132.33 billion) in capex to support ADNOC's 5-year growth plans…

ADES Acquires 12 Rigs From Weatherford In Kuwait

Nov 04, 2018

Drilling company Ades International Holding has bought 12 onshore rigs from Weatherford in Kuwait for $ 123 million.The oil & gas drilling and production services provider in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) said in a press release that…

ConocoPhillips Announces Leadership Changes

Nov 01, 2018

Houston based E&P company ConocoPhillips announced it has realigned its executive leadership team following news that its executive vice president, Production, Drilling and Projects Al Hirshberg will retire.Effective January 1, 2019, Matt Fox…

Petrobras Stops Chevron Plan to Drill Offshore Brazil

Oct 31, 2018

A decision by Petrobras not to invest in drilling new wells has derailed Chevron Corp's plan to resume exploration in a Brazilian offshore field, people familiar with the matter said.Chevron, which operates the field with a 52 percent stake…

Kvaerner Wins Sverdrup Jacket Number Four

Oct 31, 2018

Norway's Equinor has awarded a NOK 900 million ($107 million) contract to local contractor Kvaerner for delivery of the steel substructure for the Johan Sverdrup Phase 2 process platform.The engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) award…

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