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Norway: Troll, Sverdrup Oil Field Flow at Risk Over Potential Workers' Strike

Feb 11, 2021

A potential strike at Norway's Mongstad refinery next week could affect the export of crude oil from the offshore Johan Sverdrup and Troll fields, while gas exports would not be interrupted, the Safe labour union said on Thursday.Wage talks are due between the union and employers on Monday, and a dozen Mongstad workers will go on strike the following day if the negotiations break down, Safe said last month…

First Look at Louisiana Offshore Oil Port Finds No Major Damage after Hurricane

Sep 01, 2021

The Louisiana Offshore Oil Port (LOOP), the largest deepwater oil import and export terminal on the U.S. Gulf Coast, has found no major damages to its marine operations during an initial review [of the impact of the hurricane Ida], but operations remain offline as assessments continue…

CNOOC Brings Another Bohai Sea Field Online

Aug 26, 2021

Chinese national offshore oil and gas company CNOOC has started production from its Bozhong 26-3 oil field expansion project in the south of Bohai Sea, The field is located in an area with an average water depth of around 21 meters. 'In addition to fully utilizing the existing processing facilities…

Report: PDVSA Set to Restart Production from Corocoro Offshore Oil Field

Aug 13, 2021

Venezuela's national oil company PDVSA is reportedly preparing to resume production from the Corocoro offshore oil field.Reuters said Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter, that PDVSA would use the Cororoco oil to feed its refineries…

GlobalData: Brazil to Lead Offshore Oil and Condensate Output in 2025

Aug 13, 2021

Energy intelligence firm GlobalData expects Brazil to contribute around 23% or 1.3 million barrels per day (mmbd) of global crude oil and condensate production in 2025 from key offshore planned and announced projects (new-build projects) that are expected to start operations between 2021 to 2025…

OPEC+ Deal to Boost Output to End Talks of $100 a Barrel Oil

Jul 20, 2021

The OPEC+ deal to boost crude oil output from August was always the most likely outcome to the producer group's earlier impasse, and it should be enough to end market talk of $100 a barrel oil, at least for now.OPEC+ ministers agreed on Sunday to boost production by 400…

Report: ADNOC to Deepen Crude Oil Term Supply Cut

Jun 28, 2021

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) will reduce the volume of crude oil it supplies to Asian term buyers by 15% in September, according to six sources with direct knowledge of the matter.The cut was much deeper compared with a reduction of…

BP Midstream Partners' Offshore Pipeline Volumes Up

May 07, 2021

BP Midstream Partners LP (BPMP.N) offshore pipeline volumes increased by 12% in the first financial quarter, but onshore oil and refined products pipeline demand lagged, company executives said on Thursday.Overall, the amount of crude oil and…

Sinopec Reports $2.9 Billion Q1 Net Profit

Apr 28, 2021

China Petroleum & Chemical Corp swung to a first-quarter profit from a loss a year earlier, with net income reaching 18.54 billion yuan ($2.86 billion), amid a recovery in global oil prices and robust demand for refined oil products.Asia's top oil refiner…

Hess Corp Swings to Quarterly Profit

Apr 28, 2021

U.S. oil producer Hess Corp on Wednesday swung to a profit in the first quarter despite lower production, as a winter storm boosted demand for natural gas, while steady COVID-19 vaccine rollouts aided a recovery in oil prices.Global crude prices…

Indonesia's First-quarter Oil, Gas Liftings Miss Targets

Apr 26, 2021

Indonesia's first-quarter crude oil and natural gas liftings missed their targets because of technical issues at wells and postponements at a liquefied natural gas (LNG) project, data from upstream oil and gas regulator SKK Migas showed on Monday…

Surge of Coronavirus in India Dents Bullish Crude Case

Apr 26, 2021

The problem for crude oil market bulls is that every time they think they have built up steam, something comes along to knock the momentum off track.The coronavirus surge in India and the imposition of states of emergency in populated parts of Japan…

MODEC Orders Palfinger Cranes for Sangomar FPSO

Mar 16, 2021

Japanese FPSO company MODEC has ordered Palfinger cranes for an FPSO it is building for deployment at Woodside's Sangomar development offshore Senegal. Palfinger said Tuesday it would deliver two wire luffing lattice boom cranes for the FPSO…

Oil Climbs to Highest in a Year

Feb 05, 2021

Oil prices climbed on Friday to their highest levels in a year, extending a run of strong gains on signs of economic growth in the United States and a continued commitment by producers to hold back crude supply.Brent crude futures climbed 28 cents…

Japan's Inpex Beefs Up Stake in Gulf of Mexico Fields

Feb 03, 2021

Japanese oil firm Inpex has increased its share in Lucius and Hadrian North fields in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.The company on Tuesday said it had acquired 2.3546% interest of the participating interest (23.29512%) in the Lucius and Hadrian North fields previously held by ExxonMobil…

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