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Brent Crude Drops to $26.35. Outlook Bleak

Mar 26, 2020

Oil prices fell on Thursday, ending three sessions of gains, as movement restrictions worldwide to contain the coronavirus destroyed demand and overshadowed expectations that a U.S. $2 trillion emergency stimulus will bolster economic activity…

Covid-19 and Cheap Oil to Hit African pre-FID Oil Projects

Mar 26, 2020

Norwegian energy intelligence firm Rystad Energy expects that majority of Africa’s top planned oil and gas projects that were expecting final investment decisions under an oil price assumption of between $55 and $60 per barrel will be hit hard by the current oil prices and coronavirus impact…

Ten Signs the Oil Industry is Bent Out of Shape

Mar 26, 2020

The oil industry has been hit by a simultaneous demand and supply shock in March as the coronavirus pandemic cuts fuel consumption and top producer Saudi Arabia raises output to full capacity to fight a price war with rivals.International crude…

Lekoil 'in Process' of Paying $2M to Optimum

Mar 25, 2020

Nigerian oil company Lekoil has said it is in the process of paying $2 million to Optimum Petroleum, its partner in an offshore block in Nigeria.The 2 million payment was agreed in January, and it is the first of two installments Lekoil is due…

JOGMEC, JX, Petronas Testing CCS at Malaysian Gas Fields

Mar 25, 2020

Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC) has signed an agreement with JX Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration and Petronas to study the development of high CO2 gas fields in Malaysia, utilizing Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology…

Oil Prices Fall as Demand Woes Eclipse U.S. Stimulus

Mar 25, 2020

Oil prices slipped into negative territory on Wednesday as faltering fuel demand from the spread of the coronavirus outweighed a massive pending U.S. economic stimulus package.Brent crude was down 45 cents, or 1.66%, at $26.70 per barrel at 1029 GMT after earlier rising to a high of $28…

CNOOC Eyes 'Significant' Spending Reductions

Mar 25, 2020

Chinese offshore oil and gas specialist CNOOC Ltd said on Wednesday it will 'significantly' reduce capital spending this year amid sharply lower global oil prices.The state-backed energy company saw limited impact on its operations from the…

Golar Taps Oceaneering for FLNG Inspection and Maintenance

Mar 25, 2020

Offshore energy services provider Oceaneering has been awarded a contract by Golar LNG for an FLNG vessel maintenance build, and inspection and maintenance program.The scope of work includes an asset register build, a full maintenance build program…

Fugro, Sea-Kit in Uncrewed Surface Vessel Team-Up

Mar 25, 2020

Dutch offshore survey company Fugro has teamed up with SEA-KIT, winner of the Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE, to develop a new range of agile and compact uncrewed surface vessels (USVs) which can deploy remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) and autonomous…

Several Suspected Covid-19 Cases on Taqa's North Sea Platforms

Mar 25, 2020

Oil firm Taqa has informed that several of its crewmembers on two North Sea platforms are in isolation over suspected Covid-19 symptoms, but that production is not affected.In an email to Offshore Engineer on Tuesday, a Taqa spokesperson said…

Woodside, Partners in Talks over $4.2B Sangomar Project Timing

Mar 25, 2020

Woodside Petroleum and its partners are in talks on the timing of their $4.2 billion Sangomar oil project off Senegal, with coronavirus restrictions and collapsing oil prices hampering work on the project.Woodside, Cairn Energy Plc, FAR Ltd…

Equinor Cuts Capex, Opex. Says Can Be Cashflow Neutral at $25 a Barrel

Mar 25, 2020

Norwegian oil firm Equinor will cut investments, exploration drilling and operating costs as part of a $3 billion plan to help the company weather the coronavirus crisis and low oil prices, it said on Wednesday.Equinor will halt its onshore drilling in the United States…

Mozambique Army, Islamist Insurgents Battle Near Gas projects

Mar 24, 2020

Mozambican troops battled Islamist insurgents in a town in a northern town on Monday close to billion-dollar gas projects being developed by ExxonMobil and Total, police said.The General Commander of Mozambique's police, Bernardino Rafael, said…

Oilfield Services Giant to Cut Spending by 30%

Mar 24, 2020

Schlumberger, the world's largest oilfield services company, on Tuesday said it would cut spending by 30% this year from last year's levels as the oil market has been roiled by the coronavirus outbreak and Saudi-Russia price war.The company…

Deme Offshore, Penta-Ocean in Japan Offshore Wind Pact

Mar 24, 2020

Japanese marine contractor Penta-Ocean Construction and Belgian offshore installation specialist Deme Offshore have entered into a memorandum of understanding to cooperate in the construction of offshore wind farms in Japan. In light of recent…

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