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Gas Flow from Norway to Britain Resumes after Repair

Jun 07, 2024

The flow of Norwegian gas to northern England via the Langeled pipeline resumed on Friday, live data from Britain's system operator National Gas showed following a June 2 outage that triggered renewed concerns over energy security in Europe…

Egypt to Issue Tender for at Least 15 LNG Cargoes to Cover Summer Demand

Jun 07, 2024

Egypt plans to issue a buy tender seeking 15-20 cargoes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to cover heavy summer demand that had led to a wave of rolling blackouts and forced temporary shutdowns of chemical and fertilizers plants, four industry sources told Reuters…

Nexans Acquires Italian Cable Company

Jun 07, 2024

French subsea power cable maker Nexans has completed the acquisition of La Triveneta Cavi, an Italian medium and low-voltage cable company.The acquisition is a significant leap forward in Nexans’ strategy to become an electrification pure player…

Jumbo Offshore Completes Monopile Removal Job in Taiwan

Jun 07, 2024

Dutch heavy lift shipping and offshore transport and installation contractor Jumbo Offshore has completed the removal of two monopiles on the Yunlin offshore wind farm in Taiwan.The Jumbo Offshore crew carried out the work by deploying its DP2…

Six Innovators Selected to Advance New York’s Offshore Wind Potential

Jun 07, 2024

The Offshore Wind Innovation Hub, led by Equinor, has selected six companies that will receive support to further develop their ideas and advance offshore wind’s potential in New York.Six companies were selected from a pool of 78 applicants…

Vallourec Reels In Major Petrobras Contract for Tubes and Services Supply

Jun 07, 2024

France-based tubular solutions supplier Vallourec has secured a contract to supply Petrobras with carbon steel tubes and accessories to be used in various offshore development wells, mainly off the Brazilian coastline.Vallourec will supply 1…

BOEM Clears Way for Central Atlantic Offshore Wind Leases

Jun 06, 2024

The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) issued on Thursday its final environmental analysis that found 'no significant impacts' from leasing Central Atlantic coastal areas for potential offshore wind development off the Delaware, Maryland…

Murphy Oil Extends Noble Drillship in the Gulf of Mexico

Jun 06, 2024

Murphy Oil Corporation has exercised its option for the drillship Noble Stanley Lafosse to drill five additional wells in the Gulf of Mexico.The extension is expected to span one year and has an estimated contract value of $177 million, according to Noble Corporation…

Equinor Picks Emerson Downhole Monitoring Kit for Rosebank Field

Jun 06, 2024

Equinor has selected engineering services firm Emerson to provide advanced well completion monitoring systems for its Rosebank oil and gas field in the North Sea, the U.K.'s largest undeveloped offshore field.Emerson’s suite of Roxar downhole…

Nexans Opens Newly Expanded Subsea Cable Facility in Norway

Jun 06, 2024

French subsea power cable maker Nexans has opened the newly expanded section of its high voltage subsea cable plant in Norway to support the increased demand globally for electrification and the energy transition.The plant, located in Halden…

CNOOC Makes Major Gas Discovery in South China Sea Waters

Jun 06, 2024

China’s state-run China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) has made a major exploration breakthrough in ultra-shallow gas play in ultra-deep water South China Sea.Lingshui 36-1 gas field is located in western South China Sea, with an average water depth of approximately 1…

Ampelmann Inks 'Major Contract' with Seaway7 for US Offshore Wind Project

Jun 06, 2024

Dutch offshore access provider Ampelmann has signed a major contract with Seaway7 to supply an E5000 gangway to support the construction of a U.S. offshore wind project.With Ampelmann’s recent engagements in South Fork and Vineyard Wind nearing completion…

North Star Eyes 40 Hybrid SOVs by 2040 with New Funding in Its Pockets

Jun 06, 2024

North Star has secured debt investment of up to $543 million (£425 million) to fuel the next phase of its European offshore wind expansion, setting the target to add 40 hybrid service operation vessels (SOVs) to its fleet by 2040.The committed…

SBM Offshore Lines Up Fast4Ward Hull for Block 58 FPSO in Suriname

Jun 06, 2024

Dutch FPSO leasing specialist SBM Offshore has informed that its Fast4Ward hull has been reserved by TotalEnergies for the Block 58 development project, offshore Suriname.SBM Offshore is working in partnership with Technip Energies, and in line…

Aker Solutions Hooks Azule Energy’s FPSOs Modification Job Offshore Angola

Jun 06, 2024

Aker Solutions has secured a ‘sizeable’ long-term frame agreement with Azule Energy to provide engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services for brownfield projects and modifications for two floating production, storage, and offloading (FPSO) units in Angola…

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