Wood lands study deal for SNE oil field
It turned out that Wood Group, which is headquartered in Aberdeen, has been commissioned by Australia's Woodside Energy to perform subsea and flow assurance studies for the SNE Deepwater Oil Field offshore Senegal. With this, Australia- and th...
Statoil to change name to Equinor
The board of directors of Statoil proposes to change the name of the company to Equinor. The name change supports the company’s strategy and development as a broad energy company. The name Equinor is formed by combining “equi”, the startin...
Bibby takes ambitious steps
Bibby Offshore group has announced three individual multimillion pound contract wins with an oil and gas supermajor. The initial contract will see Bibby Offshore complete riser replacement works including a production/test riser and riser buoy...
OES annual report highlights advancing ocean energy
The Ocean Energy Systems (OES) Technology Collaboration Programme of the International Energy Agency has recently published its 2017 Annual Report featuring an assessment of national policies, research and technology demonstration on ocean energy...
Songa finally wins in Cat-D dispute with DSME
Songa Offshore announced on March 19 that the English High Court has ruled in the Norwegian offshore drilling contractor's favour in an ongoing arbitration with Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) regarding the construction of dri...
Japanese players team up to push competitive offshore wind
Universal Foundation announced on March 13 that the company is engaged in Japan together with Hitachi Zosen. The cooperation is focused on a feasibility study to assess the application of Mono Bucket technology for a Japanese offshore wind power ...
PwC: optimism growing in market
There’s an unfamiliar atmosphere in the executive offices of many oil and gas companies these days – an atmosphere of optimism. For the first time since crude prices nosedived in 2014, a majority of oil and gas industry CEOs surveyed for PwC...
IMI-ARO Drilling select new design
International Maritime Industries (IMI) and long-term partner Saudi Aramco Rowan Offshore Drilling Company (ARO Drilling), have selected a new LJ43 rig design for ARO Drilling’s new rig build program. The new design was developed in collaborati...
Busan equipment providers to join 'APM 2018'
Busan Metropolitan City of Korea has recently announced that its 10 local equipment providers such as SEANET, DaeKyung, OSCG, Magswitch Technology Korea, Yoowon Industries, Samwoo B&B, Bomyung Metal, TANKTECH, Total Soft Bank and Heartman wil...
ABS classes first hybrid power offshore vessel
ABS announced on March 12 that it was selected by SEACOR Marine to class the first offshore support vessel (OSV) in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) to operate using hybrid power. SEACOR requested the BATTERY-Li notation for its Maya OSV currently operat...
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