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Shell advances Penguins FPSO redevelopment in North Sea

Jan 15, 2018

Shell has reach final investment decision on its Penguins fields redevelopment in what will be its first new manned installation in the northern North Sea in almost 30 years. The project will see a newbuild floating production, storage…

Keppel delivers first jackup to Borr Drilling

Jan 08, 2018

Keppel Offshore & Marine subsidiary Keppel FELS has has delivered the first of five jackups to Borr Drilling.  The first is the jackup rig SAGA, a KFELS Super B Class design rig. KFELS Super B Class rigs are designed to operate in 400ft water depth and drill to 35…

Dynamic nets TLP installation job

Jan 03, 2018

Louisiana based fabrication and services frim Dynamic Industries has been awarded a hookup contract for a new tension leg platform (TLP), to be installed early 2018, via its services division, Dynamic Construction Services (DCS). DCS…

HMC inks second Tyra Redevelopment contract

Dec 22, 2017

Dutch transport and installation firm Heerema Marine Contractors (HMC) has won an additional contract on Maersk Oil's US$3.6 billion Tyra Redevelopment Project offshore Denmark. Following the award of the transportation and installation…

McDermott wins Tyra EPC work off Denmark

Dec 22, 2017

US engineering group McDermott International, soon to merge with CB&I, has inked a major lump sum contract with Maersk Oil for work on the largest ever oil and gas project offshore Denmark.  McDermott is to provide engineering, procurement…

TechnipFMC banks Fenja iEPCI, with longest ETH pipeline planned

Dec 20, 2017

VNG Norge has made a contract award to TechnipFMC for integrated engineering, procurement, construction and installation (iEPCI) on the Fenja field in the Norwegian Sea offshore Norway. The contract covers the provision of subsea equipment including umbilicals…

Year in review: Top 10 2017 capex projects

Dec 19, 2017

Audrey Leon takes a look through some of the industry’s biggest ongoing projects by capex in 2017. Five of the 10 biggest projects by capex were offshore projects in 2017, led by Inpex’s Ichthys LNG project offshore Australia.  Ichthys…

Kvaerner lands Valhall Flank West wellhead platform

Dec 18, 2017

Norwegian engineering and fabrication firm Kvaerner has been awarded a US$120 million (NOK1 billion) contract for delivery of the topside and steel jacket substructure for Valhall Flank West by operator Aker BP.  Kvaerner's scope includes procurement…

Aker BP picks Subsea 7, Aker Solutions for new subsea tieback

Dec 11, 2017

Aker BP has awarded contracts to Subsea 7 and Aker Solutions for work on its Ærfugl gas field subsea tieback in the Norwegian Sea. The Ærfugl gas field development, previously known as Snadd, about 210km west of Sandnessjøen in the Norwegian Sea…

Keppel Offshore & Marine inks Mozambique FLNG and Petrobras work

Dec 11, 2017

Keppel Offshore & Marine, through its subsidiaries, has inked new contracts froom Petrobras and SOFEC, worth in total about US$96.22 (S$130 million).  Keppel Shipyard's contract from SOFEC is for the fabrication of a turret mooring…

Aurora, DNV GL target 3D printing for oil and gas, renewables

Dec 07, 2017

3D printing firm Aurora Labs is to work with Norwegian certification group DNV GL towards producing 3D-printed parts on Aurora machines that can be independently certified as fit for their intended purpose in the oil and gas, renwables and marine industries…

Jan de Nul, Smulders, build gravity based substation structures

Dec 01, 2017

Dutch firm Jan De Nul Group and Belgium's Smulders worked together to build two gravity-based foundations (GBF) for the high voltage station of the Danish offshore wind farm Kriegers Flak.  The foundations, weighing 10,000-tonne and 8000-tonne each…

"Largest ever" Danish North Sea investment signed off

Dec 01, 2017

A US$3.36 billion (DKK21 billion) investment into a redevelopment of the Tyra gas field on the Danish Continental Shelf has been approved by the Danish Underground Consortium (DUC), led by Maersk Oil.  The move will see the largest oil…

Repsol moves on Yme, contracts for Maersk and Kvaerner

Nov 16, 2017

Repsol Norge is moving forward with a new attempt to develop the Yme field offshore Norway.  The firm has awarded a contract to Maersk Drilling for use of the combined drilling and production jackup Mærsk Inspirer for five years, with a five-year extension…

TechnipFMC inks Murphy Sabah EPCIC

Nov 03, 2017

TechnipFMC has been awarded a subsea contract by Murphy Sabah Oil for the Phase 1A Block H Gas Development Project, offshore Sabah, Malaysia, in 1300m water depth. This contract covers the engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning (EPCIC) of the umbilicals…

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