Oceaneering International, Inc., announced that it has entered into a long-term agreement with Mærsk Supply Service A/S to provide eight work-class remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), survey and associated services, including subsea tooling, engineering, communication and data solutions, to support Mærsk’s global operations.
Today, Lord Dunlop, UK Government Minister for Scotland and Paul Wheelhouse MSP, Scottish Government Minister for Business, Innovation and Energy opened the new £180-million Oil & Gas Technology Center in Aberdeen.
BHP Billiton has announced that the board has approved expenditure of $2.2 billion for its share of the development of the Mad Dog Phase 2 project in the Gulf of Mexico.
Eni has started production of the East Hub Development Project, in Block 15/06 of the Angolan deep offshore, ahead of development plan estimates and with a time-to-market among the best in the sector.
Halliburton has announced the release of the Dash Large Bore Subsea Safety System, which provides full electrohydraulic control of well safety and intervention functions.
Petrofac is set to build on its provision of maintenance services for BP, following the award of a three-year extension to its existing contract in the North Sea.
Eni announces that the naming ceremony of the John Agyekum Kufuor floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel was held today in Singapore.
Energean Oil & Gas has announced that it has appointed TechnipFMC as the Concept and Front End Engineering Design (FEED) contractor for the Karish and Tanin development program.
A Nigerian court has ordered Royal Dutch Shell Plc and Eni SpA to cede control of a jointly owned oil license to the government amid an investigation into how they purchased the asset.
BP today announced that it has started up the Thunder Horse South Expansion project in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, 11 months ahead of schedule and $150 million under budget.
Danos has secured a contract to perform mechanical hook-up and commissioning (HUC) support services for the Hess Stampede tension leg platform (TLP) in the Gulf of Mexico.
Today, Jan. 17, offers for 56 new production licences on the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS) will be sent to 29 companies.
GE Oil & Gas has secured a new contractual service agreement (CSA), valued at approximately $180 million, with Transocean.
Dril-Quip has acquired The Technologies Alliance, Inc. d/b/a OilPatch Technologies (OPT) for approximately $20 million.
India’s biggest oil and gas producer will pay as much as $1.2 billion to buy a majority stake in a gas field off the country’s east coast, aiming to boost production as the country seeks to cut energy imports.
Exxon Mobil plans to formally approve investing in the 1.4-Bbbl Liza oil discovery off the coast of Guyana by the end of 2017.
Atwood Oceanics has agreed to a one-well drilling services contract with Woodside Energy for the ultra-deepwater rig, Atwood Osprey, offshore Australia.
BP agreed to buy stakes in West African licenses held by Kosmos Energy for $916 million as the British producer builds its natural-gas business following an acquisition in Egypt last month.
Shell has started oil production from the Malikai tension leg platform (TLP), located 100-km off the coast of the Malaysian state of Sabah. Located in waters up to 500 m deep, Malikai is Shell’s second deepwater project in Malaysia, following the successful start-up of the Gumusut-Kakap platform in 2014. Malikai is expected to have a peak production of 60,000 bopd. As the company’s first TLP in the country, Malikai is an example of the strength of Shell’s global deepwater business, applying TLP expertise from decades of operations in the U.S. GOM.
Noble Corporation and subsidiaries of Royal Dutch Shell have agreed to amend the existing long-term contracts on three ultra-deepwater drillships.