Offshore Pipelines News - page 8


Nord Stream Gas Pipelines Rupture: Survey Underway, No Conclusions Reached Yet, Says Novak

Jan 20, 2023

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak said on Thursday that a survey of the ruptured undersea Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines was still under way and no conclusions had been reached, RIA news agency reported.Both pairs of lines were…

Saipem Secures $900M in Offshore Contracts with TotalEnergies and Equinor

Jan 20, 2023

Italian offshore engineering and construction company Saipem said Friday it had won two offshore contracts worth $900 million in total.First, together with Aker Solutions, Saipem won a contract with the French oil major TotalEnergies in Brazil…

UK Defense Ministry Buys Offshore Construction Vessel for Subsea Cable, Pipelines Protection

Jan 19, 2023

The UK defense ministry has acquired a subsea construction vessel that used to work in the offshore energy industry. The vessel, Topaz Tangaroa, will undergo a period of military modification and will be used to protect subsea cables and oil and gas pipelines…

Wintershall Dea Exits Russia

Jan 18, 2023

BASF will take a 7.3 billion euro ($7.9 billion) writedown as its Wintershall Dea energy business pulls out of Russia, the German chemicals giant said, triggering a net loss for 2022 and sending its shares lower. Wintershall Dea has deep ties to Russia…

Kawasaki's AUV Used to Inspect Coating Defects on Subsea Pipeline

Jan 13, 2023

Japan's Kawasaki Heavy Industries said Thursday it had, with French energy supermajor TotalEnergies,  completed its joint offshore verification test measuring the electrical potential of subsea pipelines during close-range inspections using an AUV (Autonomous Underwater Vehicle)…

Snam, Eni Finalize Deal for Pipelines Between Algeria and Italy

Jan 12, 2023

Italy's Snam earlier this week closed the acquisition of a 49.9% of the equity interest directly and indirectly held by Eni in the companies operating two groups of international gas pipelines connecting Algeria to Italy.The scope of the transaction…

German 2022 Gas Imports Fell 12.3%. Norway Helped Replace Russia

Jan 11, 2023

Germany imported 12.3% less natural gas in 2022 than the previous year, at 1,449 terawatt hours (TWh), as the withdrawal of Russian export supplies of fossil fuels triggered an energy crisis, the country's energy regulator said on Friday. Norway took over from Russia as the number one supplier…

TechnipFMC to Deliver Pipe for Wintershall Dea's Dvalin North Project

Jan 11, 2023

TechnipFMC has won a contract to deliver and install a pipe for the Wintershall Dea's Dvalin North gas field offshore Norway.The Dvalin North will be tied back to the Heidrun Platform via the existing Dvalin field offshore Norway.For TechnipFMC…

Equinor, RWE Partner on Major Hydrogen Projects

Jan 05, 2023

The Norwegian energy company Equinor has signed a strategic partnership with Germany's RWE that involves 'large scale projects that will contribute to the European energy supply as well as to the ramp-up of the hydrogen economy in Germany and the EU…

Denmark's Energinet Gets DNV Certificate for Baltic Pipe Offshore Project

Jan 05, 2023

DNV has given Denmark's Energinet Certificates of Conformity (CoC) for its part of the Baltic Pipe offshore project.The £2 billion (around $2.4 billion) gas pipeline is a strategic infrastructure project with the goal of creating a new gas supply corridor for the European market…

Russian Pipeline Gas Exports to Europe Drop to a Post-Soviet Low

Dec 29, 2022

Russian gas exports to Europe via pipelines plummeted to a post-Soviet low in 2022 as its largest customer cut imports due to the conflict in Ukraine and a major pipeline was damaged by mysterious blasts, Gazprom data  and Reuters calculations showed…

Natural Gas Exports from Indonesia to Vietnam Targeted for 2026

Dec 23, 2022

Indonesia aims to export natural gas to Vietnam starting in 2026 from the Tuna offshore block located near the Indonesian and Vietnamese maritime border, the country's energy minister said on Friday. Southeast Asia's biggest economy may deliver…

Western Gas to Link its Equus Gas Field to North West Shelf And Pluto LNG Plants

Dec 20, 2022

Australian oil and gas company Western Gas has signed non-binding milestone agreements with the North West Shelf Project participants and Pluto LNG in Australia to process up to 3 Mtpa of gas from its Equus offshore gas field for LNG export and the WA market from 2027…

Project Launched to Explore Building Offshore Hydrogen Pipeline in Baltic Sea

Dec 16, 2022

The Swedish company OX2 said Friday it was, with partners, exploring the possibility of developing a new offshore hydrogen pipeline infrastructure to connecting Finland, Åland, Sweden, Denmark, and Germany.OX2 has reached an agreement to explore…

Saipem Bags $1.2B Worth Offshore Oil Field Contracts in Guyana and Egypt

Dec 15, 2022

Italian energy industry services company Saipem has secured offshore oil and gas field construction contracts in Guyana and Egypt worth about $1.2 billion in total.In Guyana, the U.S. oil major ExxonMobil has hired Saipem to support its Uaru offshore oil field development project…

Current News

TotalEnergies Announces Positive Well Results Offshore Namibia

TotalEnergies Announces Positive Well Results Offshore Namibia

GEOS to Sell VOS Sugar Offshore Vessel at 'Substantial Profit'

GEOS to Sell VOS Sugar Offshore Vessel at 'Substantial Profit'

Malaysian Firm Clinches $300 Million Offshore Platform Contract in Angola

Malaysian Firm Clinches $300 Million Offshore Platform Contract in Angola

Shell CEO Comes Under Pressure from Within on Renewables Shift

Shell CEO Comes Under Pressure from Within on Renewables Shift

Subscribe for OE Digital E‑News

Offshore Engineer Magazine