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Western Isles FPSO close to sailaway

Feb 21, 2017

Dana Petroleum's long delayed Western Isles cylindical floating production unit (FPSO) is finally set to start its journey to Europe in coming days, says designer Sevan Marine. The unit is being built at COSCO's yard in China and will…

TMC bags Hilli FLNG compressor contract

Feb 14, 2017

International compressor supplier Tamrotor Marine Compressors (TMC) has been awarded a contract by Golar LNG to supply the offshore market’s most energy efficient compressed air system to the Hilli FLNG vessel, which will operate offshore Cameroon…

DOF inks Prelude vessel gig

Feb 14, 2017

DOF Subsea Australia has been awarded a contract by Technip Oceania, part of TechnipFMC, for the provision of multipurpose support vessel (MSV) Geoholm for Shell's Prelude FLNG project. The Geoholm will be required to provide ROV and…

Slow ahead

Feb 01, 2017

The floating production systems market remains challenging. Will cost-cutting measures made over the past two years help projects reach final investment decision in 2017? Infield’s Catarina Podevyn assesses the market. Johan Castberg…

Aussie tax changes could risk investment

Feb 01, 2017

Although Australia has some of the most progressive fiscal regimes for offshore oil and gas, the country is being short-changed in LNG exports, which is on the verge of further expansion this year. Audrey Raj reports.  Shell’s…

Options assessed for Etinde, Cameroon

Jan 26, 2017

Partners on the Etinde permit offshore Cameroon are now considering offtake to existing facilities in Equatorial Guinea as a new possible solution.  The project, operated by New Age, and which is taking much longer than planned to develop…

Woodside sees Scarborough FEED in 2017

Jan 19, 2017

Australia's Woodside says the Scarborough project could move into front end engineering and design in 2017, with a final investment decision by 2020.  Woodside acquired a stake in the ExxonMobil-operated license, containing the Scarborough field…

Ophir to drill off Ivory Coast in May

Jan 12, 2017

UK-listed independent Ophir Energy says preparations for drilling to restart on the deepwater Ayame-1 oil exploration well offshore Ivory Coast, Africa, are at an advanced stage.  The well is expected to spud in late May and is targeting about 240 MMbbl Pmean recoverable resources…

Shell's Prelude in 2016

Dec 20, 2016

In this video, Shell highlights the work its done for its Prelude FLNG project. From a shipyard in South Korea, to the remote Prelude gas field in North-West Australia, the project has come a long way.

Shell taps Technip for Prelude services contract

Dec 15, 2016

Technip has been awarded an engineering and project management services contract by Shell Australia. The contract will provide multi-disciplinary engineering and design services in support of the Prelude FLNG project, and will allow the…

Eni board greenlights Coral LNG - Mozambique

Nov 18, 2016

Eni is a step closer to moving ahead with its 16 Tcf deepwater Coral discovery development offshore Mozambique following investment approval from its board of directors. Eni's board has approved the first phase of development, called the Coral South project…

World's first FLNG project starts off Malaysia

Nov 17, 2016

Malaysia’s Petronas has achieved first gas from its first floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility, PFLNG SATU earlier this week (14 November) from the Kanowit gas field, offshore Sarawak. Image of the PFLNG SATU…

Schlumberger, Ophir, Golar to develop Fortuna LNG

Nov 10, 2016

Ophir Energy, Golar LNG and oilfield services giant Schlumberger have agreed to form a joint operating company to develop the Fortuna field, offshore Equatorial Guinea, Africa. The project will use Golar's floating LNG technology and…

New Age looks at Etinde options

Nov 08, 2016

New Age is continuing the evaluation of development options, including scope for early-stage development plans for the Etinde concession, offshore Cameroon, according to partner Bowleven. Image of the Etinde area…

Sub-Saharan investment cut by $100 billion

Nov 03, 2016

Capital investment in the oil and gas industry in Sub-Saharan Africa has been cut by US$100 billion over the next five years, according to Wood Mackenzie's latest report on upstream activity in the region. Major oil companies are heavily…

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