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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…

Oil Takes Biggest Daily Dive in over a Decade as Russia, OPEC Split

Mar 09, 2020

Brent slid to its biggest daily loss in more than 11 years on Friday after Russia balked at OPEC's proposed steep production cuts to stabilize prices hit by the economic fallout from the coronavirus, and OPEC responded by removing limits on its own production…

Oil Dives after Russia Rejects Deeper OPEC+ Cut

Mar 06, 2020

Oil prices slid more than 4% on Friday after Reuters reported that Russia will not agree to steeper oil output cuts by OPEC and its allies to support prices. Brent and WTI crude futures tumbled by nearly $3 a barrel, or more than 5%, after the report…

Oil Falls, OPEC Backs Deeper Supply Cuts

Mar 05, 2020

Oil fell on Thursday as the coronavirus epidemic showed no signs of slowing, with deaths mounting globally, and while major producers agreed on deeper output cuts to bolster prices, they could not immediately secure Russian support for the decision…

Malaysia: Uzma in Offshore P&A Gig with Shell

Mar 04, 2020

Malaysian energy services firm Uzma has a contract with Shell for plugging and abandonment work offshore Malaysia.Under the letter of award signed with Shell's subsidiaries in Malaysia, Uzma will provide platform wells plug and abandonment campaign…

Nam Cheong Clinches 6 OSV Charters

Mar 03, 2020

Malaysian offshore vessel owner Nam Cheong has secured contracts for six offshore vessels, raising its orderbook to RM318.2 million ($75.6 million).The company said Tuesday it had clinched chartering contracts for six OSVs with foreign oil majors worth RM116…

Subsea 7 in 'Large' Barossa SURF Contract

Mar 03, 2020

Subsea 7 has won what it describes as 'a large contract' by ConocoPhillips in Australia. Subsea 7 defines a large contract as between $300 million and $500 million.The contract is for the supply of the SURF scope for the Barossa Project. The…

Hempel Taps Lindström as COO

Feb 27, 2020

Katarina Lindström will join Hempel as Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer from August 1, 2020 as the coatings manufacturer aims to double in size.As Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer (COO), Katarina Lindström will be a member of Hempel’s Executive Management Board…

Saipem in Saudi JV Push

Feb 26, 2020

Italian oilfield services firm Saipem has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Saudi construction company Abdel Hadi Abdullah Al Qahtani & Sons Company (AHQ). Saipem said Tuesday that the memorandum set the path to towards the creation of a Joint Venture in Saudi Arabia…

CNOOC, ASCO Extend North Sea Relationship

Feb 26, 2020

The Chinese oil company CNOOC has, via its European subsidiary, extended a contract for logistics management with ASCO. Under the five-year extension worth over 100 million pounds, ASCO will continue supporting CNOOC Petroleum Europe Limited's North Sea assets…

Schlumberger to Create 200 Jobs in New Saudi Facility

Feb 25, 2020

Oilfield services giant Schlumberger has announced the opening of a manufacturing center in King Salman Energy Park (SPARK) in Saudi Arabia.The company said that center will manufacture well completions technologies including liner hangers and…

Marine Jet Power Adds NZ Agent

Feb 25, 2020

Waterjet propulsion systems manufacturer Marine Jet Power (MJP) said it has appointed Firstbreak Ltd as an official sales and service agent, based in Christchurch, New Zealand.Under the terms of the new agreement, Firstbreak Ltd will offer MJP customers in-region support…

China Boosts Fuel Exports as Coronavirus Hits Local Demand

Feb 25, 2020

China has ramped up fuel exports to compensate for losses to domestic demand as it grapples with the coronavirus outbreak, having not been able to prevent a surplus in the world's second-largest oil consumer with cutbacks in its refining output…

Oil Retreats in Face of Renewed Coronavirus Uncertainty

Feb 21, 2020

Oil prices fell on Friday as weak Asian data and a rise in new coronavirus cases fuelled uncertainty about the economic outlook while leading crude producers appeared to be in no rush to curb output.Brent crude was down $1.56, or 2.6%, at $57…

Floatech Must Pay $6,25M to Drydocks World, Court Rules

Feb 19, 2020

A Dubai court has ruled that Floatech, a subsidiary of Malaysia's TH Heavy Engineering, must pay $6,25 million to Dubai's Drydocks World.Drydocks World in April 2019 presented Floatech with a writ of summons demanding Floatech to pay the $6…

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