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Equinor Granted Permission to Drill Wildcat Well in Barents Sea

Feb 21, 2024

The Norwegian Offshore Directorate has granted Equinor a drilling permit for a wildcat well in the Barents Sea, to be conducted with Transocean Enabler semi-submersible drilling rig.The permit is for the 7220/2-2 exploration well in production license 1080…

KCA Deutag Secures Contract Extension with Vår Energi on North Sea Platform

Feb 21, 2024

Oil and gas drilling services company KCA Deutag has secured a two-year contract extension for the provision of offshore drilling and maintenance services on the Ringhorne platform in the Norwegian North Sea from operator Vår Energi.The award…

Sulmara Set to Refit Ocean Marlin Vessel Under New Multi-Year Charter Deal

Feb 21, 2024

Glasgow-headquartered subsea specialist Sulmara has signed a three-year deal with Atlantic Offshore to charter the DP II multi-purpose support vessel Ocean Marlin, that will undergo substantial refitting to accommodate the needs of renewable energy sector…

NYK Places Order for its First Japan-built Offshore Wind CTV

Feb 21, 2024

NYK Line has ordered a crew transfer vessel (CTV) for offshore wind industry from Kosaba Shipbuilding Corporation, the first such order the company placed to a local Japanese shipyard.Following delivery in late 2025 or 2026, the vessel will…

ONE Guyana FPSO for ExxonMobil’s Yellowtail Field Leaves Drydock in Singapore

Feb 21, 2024

SBM Offshore’s floating floating production, storage, and offloading (FPSO) unit ONE Guyana, built for ExxonMobil’s Yellowtail field offshore Guyana, has left the drydock and arrived along quayside at the Seatrium yard in Singapore.The FPSO…

Pioneering Spirit Completes Infield Pipelay Work at BP’s LNG Scheme

Feb 21, 2024

Allseas’ construction vessel Pioneering Spirit has completed the infield pipelay scope for BP’s ultra-deepwater Greater Tortue Ahmeyim (GTA) liquified natural gas project offshore Mauritania and Senegal.Two months after arriving in the field…

Woodside Welcomes First Modules for Scarborough Gas Project

Feb 21, 2024

The first three Pluto Train 2 modules for the Scarborough energy project have arrived in Karratha in  Western Australia, marking a significant milestone for the Woodside Energy’s gas development.The modules, fabricated by Bechtel in Indonesia…

BlueNord Confirms Tyra Gas Field March Restart

Feb 20, 2024

Denmark's Tyra natural gas field remains on track to restart production by the end of March, BlueNord, a partner in the TotalEnergies-operated development, said on Tuesday.Denmark's largest gas field, which was temporarily shut for redevelopment in 2019…

EU Partners Join Forces to Bring Offshore Solar to GW-Scale

Feb 20, 2024

An EU joint industry project, bringing together 16 partners, has been launched with the aim of scaling up the standard format of offshore solar to 150 MW and enable the development of GW-scale renewable energy farms.The project, dubbed BAMBOO…

Finder Energy Granted License Extension Offshore Western Australia

Feb 20, 2024

Australian oil and gas company Finder Energy has secured a license extension for its WA-547-P development, located in the prolific Dorado play trend in the Northern Carnarvon Basin offshore Western Australia.Finder Energy has been granted a…

Cadeler Signs Transport and Installation Contract for Baltica 2 Offshore Wind Farm

Feb 20, 2024

Danish offshore wind installation services firm Cadeler has signed a contract with Ørsted and Polska Grupa Energetyczna (PGE) for the transport and installation of 14 MW wind turbines for Baltic 2 offshore wind project.The contract underlines Cadeler’s strong entry into the Polish market…

Petrobras Extends Bids Deadline for Two Sergipe Deepwater FPSOs

Feb 20, 2024

Brazilian oil firm Petrobras has extended the bid proposals deadline for two floating, production, storage, and offloading (FPSO) vessels for Sergipe Deepwater Project (SEAP) in the Sergipe-Alagoas Basin.The deadline has been extended from February 19 to June 14…

ROVOP Partners Up with Boskalis to Boost Subsea Services Across Energy Industry

Feb 20, 2024

UK-based remotely operated vehicle (ROV) solutions provider ROVOP has formed global partnership with Boskalis’ subsidiary Subsea Services to offer integrated subsea solutions throughout energy industry.The partnership provides five diving support…

UTEC Puts Upgraded AUV on Try-Outs Offshore Australia

Feb 20, 2024

UTEC, a geo-services brand in Acteon’s Data and Robotics division, has conducted trials on its upgraded Gavia autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV), off Fremantle in Western Australia.The AUV has recently undergone significant upgrades and the…

CGG Releases New Southeast Asia CCS Study

Feb 20, 2024

French marine seismic firm CGG has released a Southeast Asia Carbon Storage Study to support and accelerate the screening process for all players in the region’s fast-growing CCUS market.The study ranks and prioritizes opportunities at large scale across 58 basins in Indonesia…

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