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Billions Spent, Little to Show

Mar 14, 2019

How Russia sank billions of dollars into Venezuela quicksandReuters estimates that after sinking more than $9 billion into Venezuela in loans, acquisitions and project spending since 2010, Rosneft, which is majority owned by the Russian state, has yet to show a profit.At the end of 2018, Rosneft had spent approximately $1.5 billion more in Venezuela than it had earned in the form of oil allocated to it as dividends…

Conrad Reports Well Issues in Indonesia

Oct 25, 2019

Conrad Petroleum said it encountered problems while conducting testing at its Tambak 2 appraisal well on the Mako gas field offshore Indonesia.Conrad, operator of Duyung PSC, said it had successfully drilled the Tambak-2 well on October 15. Later…

Shared CTV Monitoring Drives Efficiencies for Wind Farm Ops

Sep 06, 2019

Shared monitoring systems that provide comprehensive insight into CTV capabilities and limitations will support safety, planning & cost reduction for offshore wind owners. Offshore wind project owners are missing out on significant cost savings…

UK Plans to Boost Drilling

Jul 31, 2019

The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA), UK has published for the first time a Wells Strategy which provides a framework of how the OGA and industry will work together to deliver increased activity and improve performance.The OGA’s Wells Insights Report…

Trump Camp Split on Chevron's Venezuela License

Jul 23, 2019

The Trump administration is split over whether to renew a license this week for energy company Chevron Corp's operations in Venezuela, with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo supporting a renewal and others opposing it, three sources with knowledge of the matter said on Tuesday…

Hurricane Energy Spuds Lincoln Crestal

Jul 15, 2019

UK-based oil exploration and production company Hurricane Energy said it has spudded the second of three wells on the Greater Warwick Area in the UK North Sea.Well 205/26b-B well, or Lincoln Crestal, was was spudded – the start of the drilling process – using the Transocean Leader rig…

800bln Undiscovered Barrels of Oil and Gas Exist Globally

May 08, 2019

Total greenfield project sanctioning, summed up to the present day, only accounts for 40% of estimated volumes of offshore projects ever being sanctioned, said Rystad Energy, the  energy research and consultancy headquartered in Norway.'Likewise…

Bangladesh's 2nd LNG Terminal Begins Operations

May 02, 2019

Bangladesh has employed its second liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal with the beginning of operations of floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) 'Summit LNG' offshore Moheshkhali Island in the Bay of Bengal.According to Excelerate Energy…

Santos Finds Gas Off Western Australia

Apr 16, 2019

Santos announced Tuesday it has confirmed significant gas resource in the Corvus-2 appraisal in the Carnarvon Basin, offshore Western Australia.Corvus-2 is located in 63 meters water depth, approximately 90 kilometers northwest of Dampier in Commonwealth waters within petroleum permit WA-45-R…

GA Drilling Gets Capital Boost

Apr 01, 2019

Slovakia-based GA Drilling has received a boost to help develop, test and commercialize its innovative plug and abandonment (P&A) technology. The company has signed a £4.2 million ($4.7 million) funding agreement with Budapest based venture capital firm Lead Ventures…

GA Drilling Gets Fund, Signs Pact with MOL

Mar 29, 2019

High-tech deep-drilling company GA Drilling signed a EUR 4.2 million funding agreement with Lead Ventures and a service agreement with MOL Group.Lead Ventures, a Budapest based venture capital firm invested funds provided by MOL Group, and Hungarian Eximbank…

Wellesley Hits Dry Well in North Sea

Mar 14, 2019

Norwegian oil and gas exploration company Wellesley Petroleum has drilled another dry well in the Norwegian section of the North Sea, 220 kilometers northwest of Stavanger.The explorer for oil and gas sees second dry well this year with latest probe using semisub Transocean Arctic…

Equinor Drills Dry Well in the Barents Sea

Feb 12, 2019

Norwegian energy company Equinor has come up dry in the drilling of its first wildcat well in production licence 857 in the southeastern part of the Barents Sea.Equinor, as operator of production licence area Gjøkåsen, drilled 7132/2-1 targeting…

Husky Restarts White Rose

Feb 03, 2019

Husky Energy said that it has received approval for the limited restart of oil and gas production from White Rose field offshore Newfoundland and Labrador.SeaRose FPSO project was shut down after a spill of about 250,000 litres after a heavy wind storm a couple of months ago…

Equinor Makes Gas and Condensate Discovery off Norway

Jan 16, 2019

Norwegian oil company Equinor announced Wednesday it has proven gas and condensate in the 6406/2-9 S exploration well at Ragnfrid North around 20 kilometers south of the Kristin platform in the Norwegian Sea. Recoverable resources are estimated at 6-25 million barrels of oil equivalent…

Current News

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India to Invite Foreign Investment in State-owned Oil Companies

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Southeast Asia Bullish on OFS Market

Southeast Asia Bullish on OFS Market

BMT Delivers Real Time Monitoring for Helang FPSO

BMT Delivers Real Time Monitoring for Helang FPSO

Saipem Inks Deal with Daewoo for Onshore Projects

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Indonesia Inks 20-year PSC for Corridor Block

Indonesia Inks 20-year PSC for Corridor Block

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