Marine contractors are battling against a new post-Macondo insurance regime being enforced by oil companies that could end up as a “company killer” for some service providers, warns Allen Leatt, chief exctuvie of the International Marine Contractors Association, writes Eoin O’Cinneide.
The Olympics may have provided a beleaguered government and industry with a welcome respite, but further revelations in the country’s Car Wash investigation may yet deliver more soul-searching and angst before the finish line is reached
WITH no awards in sight of oil and gas blocks from the Philippine Energy Contracting Round 5, the nation’s best hope for renewed exploration activity comes from existing state-owned and private local companies and players such as Australian independent Nido Petroleum, writes Amanda Battersby.
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