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Cameron introduces Jaguar class self-elevating drilling unit

Cameron has introduced its new LETOURNEAU Jaguar Class self-elevating mobile offshore drilling unit.

Applus RTD wins non-destructive testing work for Kaombo development project

Applus RTD has been awarded a contract from Heerema Marine Contractors as part of the Kaombo development offshore Angola.

Pennsylvania's Lackawanna College invests in virtual well control training system

Check-6's Well Control VI (Virtual Instructor) training system has been purchased by Lackawanna College School of Petroleum & Natural Gas through a $150,000 technology grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry Bureau of Workforce Investment Administration. The system will be installed at the New Milford, Pennsylvania-based college by the end of Fall 2015.

Fugro commissions additional airborne laser bathymetry system for South West Pacific survey campaign

Fugro has commissioned an additional airborne laser bathymetry system to underpin its leading position in the development and application of bathymetric LiDAR technology.

Strongwell inks licensing & technology agreement with Fibratore

Strongwell Corporation, a company involved in pultrusion of fiber reinforced polymers (FRP), has entered into an exclusive licensing and technology agreement in Central and South America with Fibratore S.A., designer and manufacturer of FRP components.

TAM International introduces premier cementable toe sleeve

TAM International has introduced a new technology, the TAM PosiFrac Toe Sleeve (PTS), as a part of its PosiFrac product line.

Sen. Murkowski welcomes BLM cleanup of six NPR-A legacy wells

U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, congratulated Bureau of Land Management (BLM) officials in Alaska, on Friday, for completing the cleanup of six legacy wells in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska (NPR-A).

GE faces ‘incredibly volatile’ oil market amid industrial shift

FAIRFIELD, Connecticut -- General Electric Co.’s sales of oilfield equipment fell in the first quarter as the slump in global crude markets weighed on the company’s accelerating return to its industrial roots.

TAM International establishes Norway office

TAM International, an independent oilfield services company providing inflatable and swellable packers to the oil and gas industry, has opened a new office in Norway to support the company’s current business and seek further growth.

Huisman’s first hybrid boom crane nears completion

Huisman has started final factory acceptance testing of its first 900-mt Rope Luffing Knuckle Boom Crane, now called the ‘Hybrid Boom Crane’, at the quayside of the Huisman China Production facility in Zhangzhou.

Hydro Group, EnerMech join forces to develop new product innovation

Hydro Group has teamed up with EnerMech to launch an innovative new product offering to the market. The companies have combined their expertise to deliver a new hydraulics hose product, offering lay-up and over-sheathing of hydraulic hoses for use in umbilical, topside and well intervention projects in the oil and gas industry.

Amec Foster Wheeler bags BP operations, maintenance contract

Amec Foster Wheeler has been awarded a contract by BP to provide operations, maintenance and project support for the Forties Pipeline System and the Central Area Transmission System terminal in Teesside, northeast England.

Swiber secures $133-million EPIC contract in India

Swiber Holdings has secured a $133 million contract, the third major award in India in the last three months, for engineering, procurement, installation and construction (EPIC) services in India.

Eco-Engineering Solutions selects Paradigm Sysdrill for well planning and drilling engineering

HOUSTON -- Paradigm has announced that Eco-Engineering Solutions, an independent, Houston-based provider of consulting and outsourcing services for drilling engineering and well operations, has adopted Sysdrill, the Paradigm well planning and drilling engineering software solution, for the delivery of drilling support services to its customers.

NEB launches online Pipeline Incident Map for Canada

CALGARY, Alberta -- Canada's National Energy Board (NEB) has launched an online interactive Pipeline Incident Map that offers Canadians the opportunity to view all pipeline incidents in Canada since 2008.

Subsea 7 bags $200-million contract offshore Brazil

Subsea 7 has been awarded a contract worth approximately $200 million with a duration of approximately two years.

Delmar Systems installs new spooling unit in Karratha, Western Australia

Delmar Systems has installed a new 170 mT state-of-the-art spooling unit at its equipment yard in Karratha, Western Australia, to support mooring-related operations.

Volant launches DeltaTORQ Rings

The Volant Group of Companies has announced the DeltaTORQ Ring (DTR), which was developed to provide additional torsion capacity in casing and tubing connections for the upstream market.

BP standardizes on Schlumberger technology for new global software platform

Schlumberger has announced that the Petrel E&P software platform will support BP’s new digital technology roll out.

Twiflex introduces new caliper brake for drill topdrive applications

Twiflex has launched the new T30 hydraulic pressure applied, modular caliper brake which is developed to meet the high performance and limited space requirements of oil and gas drill topdrive applications.