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Total signs new ‘Energy Scout’ contract

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Total E&P Nigeria has entered in to a new contract with Golden Energy Offshore for one of its platform supply vessels (PSVs). In a statement, Golden Energy confirmed that the contract would cover the use of its Energy Scout vessel for a period of three months, with options. The new contract will start in direct […]

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SeaBird to provide source vessel in South America

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SeaBird Exploration has signed an agreement to provide a source vessel for an upcoming survey in South America. In a statement to the stock exchange, the company said that the project is anticipated to start in the third quarter of this year, with a duration of 60 days. SeaBird will use the Osprey Explorer for […]

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Energy minister gives gas supply assurances amid Qatar crisis

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Liquid gas supplies to the UK will not be affected by the Qatar crisis, the minister for energy and industry has said. Richard Harrington was asked about the steps being taken to ensure the diplomatic situation in the Gulf state did not disrupt energy supplies to the UK, during business questions in the Commons. Former […]

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Saffron Energy expects third Italian field permission next year

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Saffron energy is aiming to bring its third gas-producing field in northern Italy online in the first quarter of next year. The London-listed firm had initially expected an agreement from the Emilia Romagna regional government, then permission from the Ministry of Economic Development in Rome to begin production by the end of June this year. […]

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Island Innovator contracted by OMV

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Norway based Island Drilling Company has been awarded a contract by Austrian firm OMV for work in Norway. The contract is for one well at the Wisting licence (PL 537) using the rig Island Innovator. The project is expected to start in the third quarter of this year. Island Innovator is currently in warm lay-up […]

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DOF Subsea wins two new contracts

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DOF Subsea has been awarded new contracts for work in Canada and the Mediterranean. The company will use subsea unit Skandi Neptune to provide subsea oil field support for a project offshore Newfoundland for a Canadian operator. DOF also revealed that it had been awarded a contract by the Transmediterranean Pipeline Company (TMPC) to undertake […]

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Statoil reprimanded by offshore safety watchdog

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Statoil has been reprimanded by the Norwegian offshore safety authority after an audit of the management and maintenance of its Veslefrikk A and B facilities. The audit was carried out as part of a series entitled “maintaining safe and efficient operations”, which focuses on maintenance management on late life facilities. The checks found two regulatory […]

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Aberdeen based risk control firm wins China contract

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Aberdeen based incident investigation firm Matrix Risk Control has won a six-figure contract to provide training in China. The contract, which is valued at £100,000 will see Matrix Risk Control providing a train-the-trainer programme to allow Shenzhen based Job Safety Solutions to deliver its incident investigators toolkit in China. Matrix Risk Control’s commercial director Mhorvan […]

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Total launches second edition of start-up incubator

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Total has launched its second Plant 4.0 start-up incubator, which it claims is the first multicorporate incubator of its kind in the world. In a statement the group said that they designed the scheme after the success of their first incubator launched in 2016. Total’s chief digital officer Gilles Cochevelou said: “Total works in an […]

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GE signs deal for Eni partnership in Africa

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GE Oil & Gas has signed a five year contract contract for work with Eni East Africa (EEA) on the offshore Mozambique developments it operates. The agreement will see GE supplying subsea production systems, ancillary equipment and services to the Coral South FLNG project. The agreement also covers future potential projects, and options for further […]

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Wood Group wins contract for FEED work

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Wood Group has been awarded a new front end engineering design (FEED) contract with Gastrade S.A for work at the Alexandroupolis independent natural gas system offshore Greece. The work will cover the development of a floating LNG receiving, storing and regasification project to create a new natural gas network to the markets of south eastern […]

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OGA approves IOG’s Southern North Sea tight gas plans

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The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has given the green light to Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) for its Southern North Sea tight gas strategy. Chairman Mark Routh said: “The OGA has provided a timely reminder that there is an estimated 3.8 trillion cubic feet (“TCF”) of tight gas to be recovered from discoveries, infill […]

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Petrofac says profits to be weighted in the second half of the year

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Petrofac this morning confirmed its net profit for the first half the year is expected to be between $135million and $145million. The service company said full year profits are expected to be “weighted in the second half of the year”. The firm made a net profit of $416million in 2016. It would need post a […]

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Enquest jumps on hopes new field to ease debt

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EnQuest Plc climbed the most in three months in London trading on speculation borrowings will fall following the start of production at its Kraken oil field in the U.K. North Sea. EnQuest rose as much as 11 percent on Monday, the biggest gain since March 15, after saying Kraken’s first oil was delivered on June […]

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Welcome to the booming Texas port at heart of US oil sales

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Late last month, an oil tanker that measures three football fields long and six stories high moved slowly through the port of Corpus Christi, Texas, to test the waters of America’s booming crude-export industry. After navigating the Aransas pass around 7 a.m. on May 26, the vessel, Euronav NV’s Anne, didn’t pick up any oil. […]

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