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Polarcus' Project Cancellations Highlight Oil Price Slump

Mar 23, 2020

Polarcus Ltd, which operates ships that search for offshore oil and gas, announced two project cancellations that will reduce its fleet utilization next quarter, highlighting the effects of the oil price slump on the energy services sector.Polarcus'…

200+ Oilfield Services Firms Could Go Bust

Mar 18, 2020

More than 200 oilfield services companies might be forced to declare bankruptcy - most of them in Norway and the UK - due to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic and its effect on oil prices.This is according to Norway-based energy intelligence firm Rystad Energy…

Fair Winds and Following Offshore Work in Asia

Mar 16, 2020

Climate change has been a hot topic over the last few years, with tighter environmental regulations being introduced.Large multinational companies are under increasing pressure to reduce their carbon footprint and transition to cleaner energy solutions…

Oil Prices Set for Biggest Weekly Drop Since 2008

Mar 13, 2020

Oil prices were set for their biggest weekly slide since the 2008 financial crisis despite a 7% bounce on Friday, as the coronavirus outbreak threatened demand and crude producers promised more supply.Brent crude was up $2.50, or 7.3% on the day…

Sapura Installs Hokchi Satellite Platform in Mexico

Mar 13, 2020

Malaysia’s Sapura Energy has completed the installation of a satellite platform topside offshore Mexico, as part of Hokchi Energy's Hokchi field development.In a post on social media on Friday, Sapura Energy said it successfully lifted and set down the Hokchi Satellite Platform topside…

Chevron Wraps Sale of Malampaya Field Stake

Mar 13, 2020

U.S. oil major Chevron has completed the exit from the Shell-operated Malampaya gas project offshore the Philippines with the sale of its 45% non-operating interest in the field to Udenna Corporation. The sale deal was signed in October 2019…

Husky Energy Delays Projects, Cuts Upstream Capex by $900M

Mar 13, 2020

Canadian oil and gas company has cut its CAPEX and production guidance for 2020 amid the volatile oil market environment. The cuts will be made in its upstream business with projects put on hold in China, Indonesia, and Canada.The company has slashed its 2020 capital program reduced by $900 million…

Cooper Energy: Sole Field Gas Flows to Orbost Plant

Mar 11, 2020

Oil and gas company Cooper Energy focused on southeast Australia, has said that its Sole gas project has passed a critical milestone.The company said the milestone was achieved with the first flow of gas from the Sole gas field in the Gippsland…

Triangle Resumes Cliff Head Output After Halt Caused By Electrical Fault

Mar 11, 2020

Triangle Energy has restarted production at the Cliff Head Alpha Platform offshore Western Australia, following a halt caused by an electrical fault in February.'Production resumed on 10 March 2020 and following a thorough testing and inspection program over the last 24 hours…

Oil Falls After Saudi Aramco Asked to Raise Output Capacity

Mar 11, 2020

Oil prices fell on Wednesday, giving up earlier gains, after Saudi Aramco said it had been directed by the energy ministry to raise its production capacity by a million barrels per day. Brent crude slid $0.41, or 1.1%, to $36.81 a barrel by 0740 GMT…

Kazakhstan Cuts Gas Supplies to China by 20-25%

Mar 11, 2020

Kazakhstan has reduced natural gas supplies to China by 20-25%, Energy Minister Nurlan Nogayev said on Wednesday, after importer PetroChina issued a force majeure notice to suppliers this month.PetroChina has suspended some natural gas imports…

ABB Power & Control for Japan's Wind Turbine Installation Vessel

Mar 10, 2020

ABB will equip Japan-built self-elevating wind turbine installation vessel with its power and control technologies.The company said Tuesday that the 28,000-GT jack-up unit on order from builder Japan Marine United Corp, and due for delivery to Shimizu Corp…

Asia Petchem Makers Maintain Run Cuts

Mar 09, 2020

Even after an explosion idled a massive Asian petrochemicals complex, most petchem makers in the region won't up output from current low levels because sluggish demand from China will mean there is no supply gap, industry sources said on Monday…

Japan's Oil Refiners Keep Running Even as Coronavirus Curbs Fuel Sales

Mar 06, 2020

Sales of petroleum products are slumping in Japan as the coronavirus outbreak worsens in the world's fourth-biggest importer of crude, but the country's biggest refiners say they are not planning to cut production.Oil product sales, including gasoline and jet fuel…

Major Energy Conference Cancelled on Coronavirus Fears

Mar 03, 2020

Coronavirus concerns prompted organizers on Sunday to cancel one of the world's most prestigious gatherings of oil ministers and top executives from the energy and financial industries scheduled for this month in Houston.The fast-spreading virus has infected around 85…

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