Work to begin immediately on subsea tie-back from Tern platform to North Sea field
Mexican player at early-stage talks with others to understand US Gulf of Mexico plays but rules out listing post domestic industry reform
Balenciaga Shipyard to built six response and rescue vessels for UK owner
The boss of Songa Offshore has revealed the Norwegian rig contractor could compete in future tenders for additional so-called Category D units despite facing financing challenges and possible further delays with four existing newbuilds for Statoil.
UK rig owner would only firm up wither of two Samsung options if existing fleet secured contract coverage
UK services outfit eyes its own acquisitions after securing financial partner in classification society
Wood Group boss Keiller says contractors need to reduce costs to ensure survival
Norwegian major looking to open new operations centre in UK oil capital by 2016 for heavy-oil field
Operator returns L-model helicopter to skies off UK with passenger service on Monday
Norwegian signed up by compatriot oil giant in SURF deal potentially worth $150 million
Panel being set up by Scottish Government to look at revenue potential from industry in event of split from UK
Belgian ship owner claims it has extended $47 million loan for construction of floater for hotly-contested Canadian LNG project
Diamond Offshore semisub gets to work on Korean's development drilling programme in North Sea
Repositioning challenges leave many helicopters still grounded despite lifting of flight suspension
US-based contractor wins automation gig for Premier Oil field west of Shetland
Canadian engineers set to treble UK workforce in North Sea expansion
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