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Woodside Hires DOF Subsea for Flowline Installation Support

Sep 24, 2020

Australian oil and gas giant Woodside has hired Oslo-listed offshore vessel operator DOF Subsea to support its flowline installation work offshore W. Australia.DOF Subsea said Thursday the contract was for the transportation and installation…

Australia's Offshore Oil and Gas Industry Faces New Indigenous Heritage Test

Sep 07, 2020

A discovery of ancient artefacts on the seabed off Australia's west coast has opened up a new frontier for resource companies to watch out for in conserving indigenous heritage.Archaeologists in July reported they had found hundreds of stone…

Panther Wins GOM Pipeline Inspection Deal

Sep 03, 2020

ACSM chose an electric Saab Seaeye Panther XT robotic vehicle for pipeline inspection in the Gulf of Mexico. The Panther inspected 261 pipelines totalling 2,340 km in four fields in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM), at depths ranging from 15 to 130 metres…

Airborne Oil & Gas to Deliver TCP Jumpers for Julimar Field in Australia

Sep 02, 2020

Airborne Oil & Gas has received an order for the delivery of two Thermoplastic Composite Pipe (TCP) Jumpers, in what the company says is the first time its TCP technology is being used in the region.The Dutch company has been contracted by Subsea 7 to supply 2” 10…

McDermott to Provide FEED for Subsea Pipeline in Vietnam

Aug 27, 2020

Offshore engineering, construction, and services provider McDermott has won a contract with Delta Offshore Energy to provide front-end engineering design (FEED) services for a subsea gas pipeline at its Sisyphus project. The pipeline will connect a regasification platform…

IEV Wins Pipeline Inspection Gig Offshore Malaysia

Aug 25, 2020

Subsea services provider IEV has been awarded an advanced inspection solutions contract in Malaysia.The contract, accepted by IEV Malaysia last Friday, was awarded by an unnamed oil and gas (“O&G”) services provider.IEV said the contract was…

Shell's Crux Gas Field Development Proposal Accepted

Aug 04, 2020

Australian offshore oil and gas safety regulator NOPSEMA has accepted Shell's offshore project proposal for the development of the Crux gas field in the Browse Basin, off the north coast of Western Australia.Consisting of a normally unmanned platform and five production wells…

China Starts Construction of Southern Part of China-Russia East Gas Pipeline

Jul 28, 2020

Construction has started on the southern portion of the China-Russia East natural gas pipeline, which carries supplies from the Power of Siberia system in Russia, China Oil & Gas Piping Network Corp (PipeChina) in a statement on Tuesday.This…

PipeChina to Buy $56B Worth of Pipelines

Jul 24, 2020

China took a major step in the reform of its national oil and gas pipeline network, with newly formed PipeChina agreeing to buy pipelines and storage facilities valued at 391.4 billion yuan ($55.9 billion).Under the deal, PipeChina, known formally as China Oil and Gas Pipeline Network…

Malaysia: Cortez Subsea Installs Subsea Pipeline Using Weld-Free Tech

Jul 21, 2020

Subsea technology and services company, Cortez Subsea has reported it has completed the first-ever subsea pipeline using NOV's Zap-Lok mechanical connector, offshore Malaysia.The company says the technology enables faster and cheaper completion of subsea pipelay…

Rystad: Number of Drilled Wells in 2020 to Hit Lowest Point in Two Decades

Jul 15, 2020

The number of drilled oil and gas wells this year is expected to reach about 55,350 this year, the lowest since at least the beginning of the century, Norwegian energy industry intelligence firm Rystad Energy said. The demand for drilling equipment is also down…

Gazprom Aims to Increase Gas Supplies to China

Jul 14, 2020

Russia's Gazprom is committed to supply as much as 130 billion cubic meters of gas (bcm) to China annually in the longer term, a company official told a conference call on Tuesday.Gazprom currently supplies gas to China via the Power of Siberia…

Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs to Advise China on Pipeline Asset Transfers

Jul 08, 2020

Top Chinese energy firms have mandated investment banks Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs to act as advisors for multi-billion dollar deals transferring key oil and gas pipeline assets into a national energy infrastructure giant, four sources said…

ADNOC in $10B Mega Pipeline Deal with International Consortium

Jun 23, 2020

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) said on Tuesday it had signed a $10 billion gas infrastructure deal with a consortium of investors, while its chief executive told Reuters the company would keep a tight lid on costs amid low oil prices…

Chevron Files Plans for Subsea Infrastructure Expansion at Gorgon

Jun 15, 2020

Chevron has filed an environment plant to Australian regulators related to the expansion of the subsea gathering network within the existing Gorgon and Jansz–Io offshore gas fields in Australia.Chevron Australia is the operator of the giant Gorgon project…

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