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OE13: ExxonMobil and GL seminars filmed

Sep 16, 2013

As part of SPE Offshore Europe 2013, ExxonMobil Fuels & Lubricants and Caterpillar Marine & Petroleum Division (CAT) joined forces for an interactive breakfast seminar, hosted by Offshore Engineer’s Paul Hutton.  Maintenance and engineering…

Cortez works on FPSO

Sep 16, 2013

Subsea services and technology company Cortez Subsea has been awarded £1.5million of contracts across its pipeline installation and decommissioning services during Q3, 2013. The Aberdeen-based firm has completed the first phase of work on a North Sea floating production…

OneSubsea on Quad 204 gig

Sep 11, 2013

OneSubsea has been awarded a £65 million contract to manufacture subsea trees for BP’s west of Shetland Quad 204 project. The Quad 204 project is a re-development of the Schiehallion and Loyal fields, involving a new floating production…

Marathon cashes in Angola

Sep 11, 2013

Marathon Oil is to sell its 10% interest in deepwater Block 32 offshore Angola to Sonangol for about US$590 million. The firm also announced plans to repurchase US$1 billion of its common stock and buy about 4800 acres in the core of its south Texas Eagle Ford position…

Teekay picks Petrotechnics' Proscient

Sep 10, 2013

Petrotechnics has been awarded a €2 million contract by Teekay Petrojarl to deploy its Proscient across its global fleet. Petrotechnics will provide work management tools to support Teekay Petrojarl’s goal of creating a standardized approach to work management across their global operations…

Centrica extends Chestnut field life

Sep 09, 2013

Centrica Energy is to extend its contract for the Hummingbird Spirit until March 2016. The cylindrical FPSO, owned by Teekay, has been operating on the Centrica-operated Chestnut field, north east of Aberdeen, in the central North Sea since 2008…

The Gryphon Alpha rises

Sep 01, 2013

Twenty years after it came online, the UK’s longest serving permanently-moored FPSO has been given a new lease on life. Elaine Maslin reports on the extent the UK’s largest offshore project in 2012. When production from the central North Sea Gryphon field came online in October 1993…

Bluewater’s Haewene Brim in Cromarty

Sep 01, 2013

Bluewater’s Haewene Brim floating production and offloading vessel (FPSO) has been in dry dock for an upgrade at the Nigg fabrication yard in the Cromarty Firth, northeast Scotland. It is the first time the yard, operated by Global Energy Group…

Technip wins Egina flexi-pipe work

Jul 26, 2013

Technip has been awarded two contracts to supply flexible pipes for Total's Egina field offshore Nigeria. These contracts cover the qualification and supply of 12 dynamic flexible jumpers from 3.5' to 12.5' for oil production, gas lift…

Wood Group PSN to work on ABT buoy

Jul 24, 2013

Engineering services firm Wood Group PSN has been contracted to carry out engineering studies on a plan to deploy a production buoy facility design in the UK North Sea. Under the contract with ABTechnology (ABT), the firm behind the production buoy design…

ABT buoy lined up for North Sea field

Jul 02, 2013

North Sea independent Antrim Resources has agreed a deal which could see the use of new buoy technology to develop its Fyne field. Fellow independent Enegi, along with its joint venture partner ABTechnology, is to work up a new field development plan (FDP) for Fyne…

ABB wins Western Isles FPSO contract

Jun 28, 2013

ABB has been awarded a US$20 million contract to provide power and automation technologies to a floating production, storage and offloading vessel (FPSO). The unit is being built to Sevan Marine's cylindrical design at Chinese shipyard COSCO Nantong for Dana Petroleum…

Latest Tullow Ghana project gets green light

May 31, 2013

Tullow Oil's offshore Ghana Tweneboa-Enyenra-Ntomme Development (TEN project) plan has been given the green light by the country's government. The TEN project is in the Deepwater Tano Contract Area, 60km off the coast of Ghana and about 30km west of Tullow's Jubilee Field…

Gryphon Alpha resumes production

May 29, 2013

Just under two and a half years after coming off station in a storm, Maersk Oil's Gryphon Alpha FPSO has been brought back on production. The vessel, stationed about 280km north east of Aberdeen in the North Sea, has undergone a major overhaul in dry dock…

Shell outlines deepwater Stones project

May 14, 2013

Royal Dutch Shell plc (Shell) has announced a final investment decision in the Stones ultra-deepwater project, a Gulf of Mexico oil and gas development expected to host the deepest production facility in the world. This decision sets…

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