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Cyprus and Israel Discussing Offshore Gas Pipeline Link

May 16, 2023

Cyprus and Israel are in talks over the construction of a pipeline linking their offshore gas fields, Cyprus's energy minister said on Monday.But George Papanastasiou appeared to play down prospects for an 'EastMed' pipeline taking eastern Mediterranean gas to continental Europe…

TechnipFMC Wins Major Contract for SURF System Offshore Brazil

May 11, 2023

Oilfield services firm TechnipFMC has won a contract to supply subsea umbilicals, risers, and flowlines (SURF) for the recently sanctioned $9 billion BM-C-33 offshore development in Brazil.The contract was awarded by Equinor, the operator of the offshore block…

Norway Plans Wider Gas Transport Nationalisation, Including at Nyhamna

May 08, 2023

Norway's plan to nationalize gas pipelines owned by the Gassled company also includes an additional goal to take over other assets, including at the Nyhamna processing plant, a letter from the Norwegian energy ministry to the owners showed. In a surprise move…

Poland to Allow Military to Sink Enemy Ships Targeting Baltic Energy Infrastructure

May 05, 2023

The Polish government has approved draft legislation that would allow the military to sink an enemy ship targeting a key gas pipeline from Norway via the Baltic Sea following NATO's warning that Russia might sabotage undersea energy infrastructure…

Saipem to Deliver Subsea Structures for Exxon's Most Expensive Offshore Oil Project in Guyana

May 04, 2023

Italian offshore energy services firm Saipem has received from ExxonMobil the authorization to proceed with the final phase of its contract related to the delivery of subsea systems for the Uaru oil field development project in Guyana.In December 2022…

Russia Calls for Probe into Nord Stream Pipeline Blasts to Speed Up

May 02, 2023

The Kremlin on Tuesday called for the investigation into the blasts of Russia-designed Nord Stream gas pipelines to be speeded up and any results to be published. In September 2022, several unexplained underwater explosions ruptured the Nord…

Salamanca Development: LLOG Taps Subsea 7 for GOM Pipeline Work

May 02, 2023

Oil company LLOG Exploration Offshore has awarded a subsea installation contract to Subsea 7 as part of its Salamanca development project in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.The Salamanca development project includes the Leon and Castile offshore oil fields…

Norway Plans to Nationalize Gas Pipelines When Concessions Expire

Apr 28, 2023

Norway plans to nationalize most of its gas pipeline network when many existing concessions expire in 2028, the oil and energy ministry said on Friday, to tighten control over key infrastructure. Norway has become Europe's largest supplier of gas…

Neptune Energy's Fenja Offshore Field Starts Production via 'World's Longest' ETH Pipeline

Apr 28, 2023

Neptune Energy said Friday it had started production from the Fenja oil and gas field in the Norwegian Sea. Neptune operates the offshore field, with its partners being Vår Energi, Sval Energi and DNO.Fenja is expected to produce 35,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boepd…

Ailing Crewmember Medevaced from Pipelayer in the Gulf of Mexico

Apr 24, 2023

An ailing crewmember was airlifted from a pipelay vessel in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico on Sunday, the U.S. Coast Guard said.Coast Guard Eighth District and Coast Guard Sector New Orleans command center watchstanders received a report at approximately 10 p…

UK's North Sea Transition Authority Could Become a Regulator for Offshore Hydrogen Transport, Storage

Apr 24, 2023

The UK government has opened a consultation on future regulatory arrangements for offshore hydrogen. The consultation is seeking views on proposals for a ‘first layer’ of arrangements for transport and storage. The consultation, proposes to…

Denmark Lifts Sailing Restrictions Near Nord Stream Pipeline Leaks

Apr 24, 2023

Denmark has lifted restrictions on sailing in waters near the Nord Stream pipeline leaks in the Baltic Sea and said it was no longer dangerous for ships to navigatein the area. The restrictions were lifted by the Danish Maritime Authority (DMA) at the recommendation of the Danish Energy Agency…

Russian ‘Spy Ship’ in the North Sea Raises Concerns About Maritime Infrastructure Security

Apr 21, 2023

A new documentary produced by a consortium of public broadcasters in Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway has revealed what appears to be a profound threat to maritime and undersea energy and data infrastructure in the North Sea and the Baltic region…

Crewmember Medevaced from Pipelay Barge in US Gulf

Apr 18, 2023

An ailing crewmember was medevaced from an offshore pipelay barge in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico on Monday, the U.S. Coast Guard said.The Coast Guard said its watchstanders at Sector Houston-Galveston received a medevac request relay from Coast Guard District Eight at 6:45 a…

Security of Supply Concerns Prompt Arctic Barents Sea Gas Pipeline Rethink in Norway

Apr 18, 2023

Building a pipeline to transport gas produced in the Arctic Barents Sea could be worth re-examining due to an increased focus on supply security and Norway exporting more of its gas to Europe, gas infrastructure operator Gassco said on Monday…

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