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THHE Fabricators Can Bid for Petronas Work Again

Jan 14, 2020

Malaysian oil and gas construction and services company THHE Fabricators is allowed to bid for Petronas' contracts again.Petronas blacklisted the THEE Fabricators from bidding as a contractor for its upstream oil and gas-related tenders after…

Liza Unity FPSO Hull Arrives in Singapore

Jan 13, 2020

The Netherlands-based SBM Offshore said the Liza Unity floating production, storage and offloading unit (FPSO) hull has arrived in Singapore for topsides integration work ahead of planned startup for client ExxonMobil offshore Guyana in 2022…

Neptune Energy Taps Three60 for UKCS work

Jan 13, 2020

Oil and gas company Neptune Energy has awarded energy services firm Three60 Energy a framework contract to deliver engineering and support services for its UK Continental Shelf portfolio.The energy services provider said Monday it would provide…

Replacement Turret for Lufeng FSO Completed

Jan 10, 2020

SOFEC said it has loaded out of the replacement turret for the floating storage and offloading unit (FSO) HYSY121 at the Lufeng field, in the South China Sea.The construction was completed at Penglai Jutal Offshore Engineering Heavy Industries Co…

Subsea 7 Wins 'Very Large' Sangomar Contract

Jan 10, 2020

Offshore installation and construction specialist Subsea 7 has said it has won a 'very large' subsea equipment contract from Woodside for the Sangomar project offshore Senegal.Subsea 7 has won a contract in cooperation with Schlumberger's One…

Oil, New Investors Keeping FPSO Market Buoyant

Jan 09, 2020

Rising oil prices are bolstering the numbers of floating production systems on-order or in the planning stage, with fresh orders from Northern Europe and Brazil merely adding to a buoyant market, a new report says.In the doldrums just a few years ago…

Premier Oil, Rockhopper in Sea Lion Farmout Push

Jan 08, 2020

Premier Oil and Rockhopper, two oil companies working to develop the Sea Lion oil field offshore the Falkland Islands, have welcomed Navitas as their potential new partner in the project.The companies have signed non-binding heads of terms with Navitas Petroleum…

Mammoet Completes ALE Acquisition

Jan 08, 2020

The Netherlands-based Mammoet confirmed it has completed its acquisition of UK-based rival ALE, creating the industry’s largest engineered heavy lifting and transport services provider.The businesses will operate as one company under the Mammoet…

Royston Overhauls Aoka Mizu FPSO Power Systems

Jan 06, 2020

Royston said it has completed the overhaul of a critical power system on board the Bluewater Services operated floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel Aoka Mizu.The diesel power specialist said its team of engineers undertook the 6…

Subsea 7 Confirms Executive Management Changes

Jan 02, 2020

Offsore services firm Subsea 7 on Thursday announced changes to its executive management team, including the appointment of a new Chief Executive Officer and three Executive Vice Presidents, effective from January 1, 2020.John Evans is now in place as Chief Executive Officer…

Santos Plans Van Gogh Maintenance

Dec 31, 2019

Australian oil and gas producer Santos Ltd said on Tuesday it plans to carry out maintenance between April and August at its offshore production unit that produces Van Gogh crude.'The Ningaloo Vision will be undergoing scheduled dry dock maintenance in Singapore over this period…

In Norway, Balder Signals Party Still On

Dec 26, 2019

Norway at years’ end is marking “50 years of oil” and ushering in decades more oil wealth with the go-ahead of the Balder-Ringhorn life extension project along with dozens of other life-extenders.The North Sea oilfield was the first discovered off Norway in 1967…

An Unconventional Cement Packer Repair

Dec 23, 2019

CannSeal unlocks development of an additional reservoir by restoring integrity to an unconventional cement packer designAnnular isolation technology specialist CannSeal aided the successful repair of an unconventional cement packer design, 4 ½” in 9 5/8” with limited cement…

First Deck Complete on Johan Sverdrup P2

Dec 23, 2019

Aibel Thailand, which is building the Main Support Frame (MSF) module for Johan Sverdrup’s P2 process platform, said it has completion of the first deck at the company’s yard in Laem Chabang.In November, the project reached a major milestone…

Decommissioning Hard to Nail Down

Dec 23, 2019

The North Sea decommissioning picture is murky at best, and its constantly evolving timetable is proving difficult to plan for, judging by the qualifying comments of a number of operators and regulators, of late.While the technology of offshore…

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