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Norwegian production figures show decrease in condensate

Preliminary production figures for April 2019 show an average daily production of 1,729,000 bbl of oil, NGL and condensate, which is a decrease of 24,000 bpd compared to March.

Ascent Resources announces contract for purchase of mobile compressor unit in Slovenia

Ascent Resources plc, the European focused oil and gas exploration and production company is pleased to announce that it has signed a contract for the purchase of a mobile compressor unit for use at its Petišovci project in Slovenia.

ROVOP celebrates European success with a new office, appointment

ROVOP, the global subsea robotics specialist, has announced its expansion into mainland Europe with the appointment of Job Biersteker as business development manager in its new facility located in Rotterdam.

SPE Offshore Europe 2019 has announced plenary speakers

Industry heavyweights will be joined by an internationally recognized leader on global climate change at the opening session of SPE Offshore Europe 2019 in September.

Equinor awards NOK700-million Johan Sverdrup contract to Kaefer Energy

Equinor awards a contract for services within insulation, scaffolding and surface treatment (ISO) on the Johan Sverdrup field to Kaefer Energy AS. Awarded under an already existing framework agreement for operations the contract has an estimated value of more than NOK700 million.

Zennor provides Finlaggan field development update

Zennor Petroleum Limited, through its subsidiary Zennor Pathway Limited, is currently developing the 100% owned Finlaggan field in the UK Central North Sea (block 21/05c and 21/05d, Licence P2013).

Subsea templates installed on Nova field, reports Wintershall

Wintershall Dea has installed two subsea templates on the ocean floor in Norway, marking a major milestone for the operated Nova project, and the first operational landmark for the newly merged global company.

BP employees blocked from work as Greenpeace protests London HQ

BP Plc employees are working from home, as the oil giant attempts to continue normal business operations after Greenpeace put up barriers on the entrances to its London headquarters.

Fast-track offshore trial proves new cost-reducing P&A technology, an Equinor field trial

A new cost-reducing, first of its kind well abandonment tool developed by Aberdeen-headquartered Deep Casing Tools has gone from concept to offshore trial with Equinor in just nine months.

Saipem CFO Stefano Cavacini is appointed responsible for preparing financial reporting

Saipem S.p.A. informs that the Board of Directors has appointed Stefano Cavacini as manager responsible for financial reporting, in charge of preparing the company’s financial and accounting documents, pursuant to art. 154-bis of Legislative Decree no. 58/1998.

Xodus grows capabilities with addition of renewables advisory team

International energy consultancy Xodus Group has expanded its renewables capabilities with the addition of a dedicated advisory unit.

John Sverdrup Phase 2 approved, according to Equinor

The plan for development and operation (PDO) of the second phase of the Johan Sverdrup field development was formally approved by Norwegian authorities on May 15, 2019.

Equinor reports oil observed on the sea surface at Statfjord

In connection with loading oil from buoy to shuttle tanker on the North Sea Statfjord field, oil was observed on the sea surface early this morning, May 15, 2019.

Horizon Maritime rebrands the Horizon Arctic and establishes Norwegian operation

Horizon Maritime is pleased to announce that the intake of the former Bourbon Arctic has been finalized. Now sailing under the name Horizon Arctic, the vessel is one of the most technically versatile multi-function offshore support vessels in the world.

Trelleborg supplies bespoke gasket to protect museum ship in Finland

Trelleborg’s marine and infrastructure operation has supplied a specially designed Gina gasket (G110-80) to the floating dry dock which protects the renowned museum ship, Pommern, located in the Mariehamn Maritime Museum in the Åland Islands, Finland.

Equinor has awarded NOK 2.5 billion in North Sea contracts

Equinor has awarded drilling service contracts at a total value of about $290 million (NOK 2.5 billion), exclusive of options, to several suppliers.

ProSep set to deliver MAX+ ProSalt mixers to Heimdal Platform, North Sea

ProSep, an industry-leading, technology and service provider for integrated process solutions to the global energy industry, has successfully secured a contract with Aker Solutions to provide two MAX+ ProSalt mixers to Equinor’s Heimdal Gas Centre Platform in the North Sea.

Siccar Point Energy announces Blackrock exploration well results

Siccar Point Energy has completed drilling the Blackrock exploration well 204/5b-2 in the West of Shetland.

Equinor's Trestakk ready for start-up, according to NPD

The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate has granted consent for start-up of the Trestakk field in the Norwegian Sea. Operator Equinor plans start-up during the month of May 2019.

Subsea technologies to be explored in Brazil

Industry body Subsea UK is inviting UK organizations to participate in the ‘UK and Brazil: Partners in Energy’ trade mission, which takes place in June.