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Aker BP Taps FutureOn for Digital Oilfield Solutions

May 05, 2021

Norwegian offshore oil and gas company Aker BP has awarded a contract for the provision of software solutions aimed at helping with field development works to FutureOn, an Oslo-based software company specializing in the provision of digital oilfield solutions…

Aramco Awards Lamprell EPCI Contract

Apr 28, 2021

UAE-based offshore construction company Lamprell said on Wednesday it has been awarded an engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) contract from Saudi Aramco.Scheduled for completion in 2022, the scope of work includes…

University of Aberdeen, Total, Launch Energy Transition Scholarships

Apr 28, 2021

Energy company Total is funding £46,400 in scholarships for Masters programs at the University of Aberdeen related to the energy transition.The scholarships—which begin in September this year and include one each across the University’s MSc…

Santos Green Lights TechnipFMC for Barossa Subsea Scope

Apr 27, 2021

TechnipFMC said it received a notice to proceed for a subsea production system contract from Australian gas producer Santos for the Barossa field development project, located 300 kilometers north of Darwin.The contract scope covers the supply of subsea trees and associated control systems…

Huisman Unveils Jones Act Offshore Wind Feeder Solution

Apr 26, 2021

The Netherlands-based crane and heavy machinery manufacturer Huisman has introduced a motion compensated platform engineered for the transfer of wind turbine components from a feeder vessel offshore.The platform, which actively counterbalances…

AMS Global to Provide Marine Consultancy Services to Ithaca Energy

Apr 19, 2021

Marine consulting and safety company AMS Global Group has won a marine consultancy services contract with the North Sea-focused oil company Ithaca Energy.The contract award is for three years with two additional optional years. Ithaca Energy…

Royston Wraps Engine Overhaul on Stena DrillMAX Drillship

Apr 19, 2021

Marine engineering and propulsion company Royston has said it has recently completed engine overhaul work onboard Stena Drilling's drillship Stena DrillMAX, ahead of the rig's departure for work in Guyana.'Work on the 228m length ‘Stena DrillMAX’ saw a 48…

Express Engineering Opens New Assembly and Test Center in Gateshead

Apr 19, 2021

UK-based subsea equipment specialist Express Engineering has opened its new assembly and test center.The investment in a 48,000 sq. ft. purpose-built center in Gateshead in the North of England is part of the company's broader product strategy to supply assembled and tested actuators…

Chevron Taps Worley for Ballymore Tie-Back Work in Gulf of Mexico

Apr 19, 2021

The U.S.-based oil giant Chevron has awarded Worley an engineering and procurement services contract for brownfield modification services for one of its deepwater production facilities located in the Gulf of Mexico.Worley, based in Australia…

Subsea Energy Solutions, Strohm Sign 3-Year Framework Agreement

Apr 16, 2021

Subsea Energy Solutions (SES) has signed three-year framework agreement with Strohm, a company previously known as Airbone Oil & Gas, specializing in the production of Termoplastic Composite Pipes (TCP) for offshore energy applications.According to SES…

MMA Offshore, Worley Team Up to Service Offshore Wind Farms in Taiwan

Apr 15, 2021

Australian offshore vessel operator MMA Offshore and its compatriot Worley, an engineering and construction services company, are teaming up in pursuing opportunities in the offshore wind sector in Taiwan.'The collaboration is an exciting development…

CNOOC Taps Worley for EPC Services on UK North Sea Platforms

Apr 15, 2021

Australia-based engineering and construction company Worley has won a contract extension with the Chinese oil company CNOOC to provide engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for CNOOC's three operated assets in the UK North Sea…

Aibel: Large Johan Sverdrup P2 Platform Module Leaves Thailand

Apr 13, 2021

Norwegian company Aibel, specializing in the construction of modules for offshore oil and gas platforms, last week saw the giant Main Support Frame (MSF) module for the Johan Sverdrup P2 platform in Norway leave its yard in Thailand, two years after the start of the construction…

Aquaterra Energy Bags its Largest Riser Analysis Contract

Apr 13, 2021

Offshore engineering firm Aquaterra Energy has said it has won its largest riser analysis contract to date, with an unnamed 'major Middle Eastern operator.'Under the five-year agreement, Aquaterra will provide green and brownfield riser analysis…

One-Year Extension: Petrofac to Keep Servicing NEO Energy's North Sea Assets

Apr 13, 2021

Oilfield services company Petrofac has secured a one-year extension to its integrated services contract with NEO Energy in the UK North Sea.'The extension, awarded eight months ahead of the renewal date, takes Petrofac’s contract for operations…

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