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Shell Books Floatel's Accommodation Rig for Malampaya Work

May 26, 2021

Oil major Shell has chartered an offshore accommodation rig from the Swedish company Floatel for work in the Philippines.Floatel said Tuesday that Shell Philippines Exploration had awarded it a contract for the Floatel Triumph accommodation unit…

Abu Dhabi: ADNOC Awards NPCC $744M Belbazem Offshore Development Contract

May 25, 2021

Abu Dhabi's national oil firm ADNOC on Tuesday announced the award of a $744 million contract for the full field development of the Belbazem Offshore Block to the National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC).The contract was awarded by Al Yasat Petroleum Operations Company Ltd (Al Yasat)…

Timor Leste: Santos Kicks Off Bayu Undan Infill Drilling

May 25, 2021

Australian oil and gas company Santos has started Phase 3C infill drilling program at the Bayu-Undan field, offshore Timor-Leste.Under the $235 million drilling program, sanctioned in January, Santos will drill three production wells and will develop additional natural gas and liquids reserves…

VIDEO: Can the Subsea Factory Support a Net Zero World?

May 25, 2021

Mads Hjelmeland is passionate about subsea processing. It’s a subject close to his heart in his role as managing director, Processing Systems, OneSubsea. But it’s more than just a recovery enhancing technology to Mads. Subsea processing is central…

Oil Prices Rise on Potential Snag in Iran Talks

May 24, 2021

Oil prices rose on Monday as a potential snag emerged in reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal that could add more oil supply, while Goldman Sachs said the case for higher prices remained intact even with increased Iran exports.Brent crude oil futures for July were 90 cents…

BW Offshore Orders Barossa FPSO Topside Modules from Dyna-Mac

May 24, 2021

Dyna-Mac, a Singapore-based firm building modules for offshore oil and gas facilities, has won a module fabrication deal with FPSO supplier BW Offshore.The contract, valued at S$197 million (around $148 million), is for the supply, fabrication…

BHP Sells Its Stake in the GoM Neptune Field to EnVen

May 21, 2021

Australia's BHP announced on Friday that it will divest its 35% stake in the Neptune field in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico to Houston-based EnVen Energy Corp. The financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. BHP has operated the Neptune field for the last 10 years…

Oil Jumps on Weather Concerns in Gulf of Mexico

May 21, 2021

Oil prices jumped 2% on Friday after three days of losses, driven higher as a storm formed in the Gulf of Mexico, but were on track for a weekly fall as investors braced for the return of Iranian crude supplies after officials said Iran and world powers made progress a nuclear deal…

Israel Orders Chevron to Restart Output from Tamar Offshore Platform

May 21, 2021

Israel's energy ministry has instructed Chevron to restart operations at the offshore Tamar natural gas platform, nine days after it was shut due to unrest in the region, the company said.Production at the Tamar platform, located some 25 kilometers (15…

As Iran Eyes End of Oil Export Sanctions, will Former Asia Clients Buy?

May 21, 2021

As Iran gears up to resume oil exports once the United States lifts trade sanctions, former key clients in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan say they'll wait for the U.S. green light before investigating terms under which they might buy Iran's oil again…

Indian Refiner Says will 'Definitely' Buy Iranian Crude if Sanctions Lifted

May 20, 2021

Indian Oil Corp, the country's top refiner, said on Thursday it would resume purchases of Iranian oil if Washington lifts sanctions against Tehran over its disputed nuclear program.The European Union official leading talks to revive Iran's nuclear…

The Philippines: Shell to Sell Malampaya Field Stake to Udenna for up to $460M

May 20, 2021

Oil and gas giant Shell has struck a deal to sell its subsidiary Shell Philippines Exploration B.V. (SPEX) to Udenna Corp's subsidiary Malampaya Energy XP.SPEX holds a 45% operating interest in Service Contract 38 (SC38), which includes the producing Malampaya gas field…

Norway's April Oil and Gas Production Tops Official Forecast

May 20, 2021

Norway's oil and gas production exceeded official expectations in April, preliminary data from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) showed on Thursday.Crude oil output declined 2.7% from March to 1.726 million barrels per day (bpd) in April…

Bumi Armada, Shapoorji Pallonji JV to Set Up FSRU in Mumbai Harbour

May 19, 2021

Through a joint venture firm with Shapoorji Pallonji, Malaysian floating production vessel company Bumi Armada has struck a deal to set up and operate a floating storage regasification unit (FSRU) in Mumbai Harbour.SP Armada Clean Energy Ventures Private Limited (SPACEVPL)…

BP, Eni in Talks to Merge Angola Oil and Gas Operations

May 19, 2021

BP and Eni said on Wednesday they had entered into talks to merge their oil and gas operations in Angola to form one of Africa's largest energy companies.The two companies have signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding and are in discussions…

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