Plan for Johan Sverdrup phase 2 approved
The plan for development and operation (PDO) of the second phase of the Johan Sverdrup field development was formally approved by Norwegian authorities on 15 May. The same day sees the construction start of the field’s second processing platfor...
Equinor splashes massive drilling deals
Equinor has awarded drilling service contracts at a total value of about NOK 2.5 billion, exclusive of options, to several suppliers. The services will be delivered to both new and existing fields on the Norwegian continental shelf. Contracts fo...
SIMEC Atlantis-GE envision colossal tidal turbine
SIMEC Atlantis Energy Limited (“Atlantis”), a world leading developer of sustainable energy generation projects, announced that its Turbine and Engineering Services Division (ATES) will enter into a Technology Partnership and Preferred Suppli...
Dyna-Mac won Liza FPSO topside module
Engineering company of Singapore Dyna-Mac has won a contract for a topside module of Liza FPSO. Upstream reported that the company is to build the topside module of Liza Unity FPSO, which would be deployed for Liza phase 2 development in Guyan...
Demand surges for large wind turbine installation vessels
While the volume of global offshore wind power market sharply grows and bigger floating turbine is preferred, demand for large-sized offshore wind turbine installation vessel is expected to rise. According to Bloomberg, there are only 10...
"FID on Arctic LNG 2 aimed at 3Q"
It turned out that Novatek aims to take a final investment decision (FID) on the 'Arctic LNG 2' project in the third quarter of 2019. According to industrial source and foreign press, Mark Gyetvay, CFO at the Russian energy corporation, ...
McDermott awarded Sepia EPCI contract
McDermott International, Inc. (NYSE: MDR) announced the award of a significant* contract by Petrobras for engineering, procurement, construction and installation of subsea risers and flowlines for the first phase of the Sepia field, located 174 m...
Ulsan carries forward floating wind power
Ulsan Metropolitan City of Korea pushes ahead with offshore wind power projects. The city pursues two strategies such as localizing floating wind power technology and setting up offshore wind farm. For the technology localization, the Korean g...
Korean 'Big3' withdrawn from Crux project
Korean 'Big3' shipbuilders are said to have withdrawn from competition over a tender for Royald Dutch Shell's offshore project by reason of too low price. According to industrial source, Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI), Samsung Heavy Industries...
Northern Offshore announces jack-up employments
Northern Offshore announces firm Letter of Awards for two long-term contracts for its premium, heavy-duty jack-up drilling units from Qatar Petroleum. The Energy Enticer and Energy Edge are of the Gusto MSC CJ-50 design and are currently under co...
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