Norwegian contractor to install second azimuth thruster on vessel while hatching new hire deal
Canadian player gives idea of when troubled Mopu will be taken down and new development plan submitted
Det Norske gains final approval to move forward on project off Norway
Celtic Sea prospect holds 335.2 million barrels of potential in-place volumes: study
Norway climate agency criticises process for controversial concept decision on Barents Sea field
Calgary explorer aims to produce 15,000 barrels per day off South Vietnam
Norwegian shipowner is offered $299 million facility to finance offshore Indonesian project
Ukraine directional well finds up to 23 metres of pay in four zones
Norwegian player brings online first operated development after overcoming well challenges
India’s Larsen & Toubro to build facilities for Saudi Arabia’s Midyan gas field
Parliamentary committee postpones decision on Statoil project as pressure mounts over commerciality issue
An independent report has increased the proven plus probable reserves of the K sand at the AAL project by 33%
Anadarko's VP of exploration says massive GOM discovery could have its own facility 'today'
Logging-while-drilling uncovers 'significant signs of gas': Delek Drilling
Rex Tillerson-led US supermajor signs up Texan contractor for work at Gulf of Mexico project
The deadly terrorist attack on an Algerian gas plant earlier this year is leading to a delayed return to work at a nearby field for UK contractor Petrofac.
Indonesia's energy ministry approves plans of development for $16 billion worth of projects
Statoil hands contract to French engineer for field development in Norwegian Sea
Texan contractor grabs more subsea pipeline deals from Mexican state player
Contractor scoops pipeline prize from Mexican giant in Bay of Campeche
Indian player scoops B-127 prize with lowest bid for subsea pipeline and topsides job
Minister facing questions from parliament committee over commercial viability of Norway project amid tax hike and gas price fears
Norwegian contractor secures engineering services work with Husky on Canadian field
Mexico's state-run oil company looking to holds its first tender to bring a large offshore discovery online
Construction player is awarded pipe spools contract extension for Western Australian project
Norwegian class giant establishes new project to pool together industry ideas on forging equipment
Anglo-Dutch supermajor set to develop US Gulf's second FPSO-based project
Husky Energy awards two contracts for the subsea tieback of the South White Rose Extension field
Statoil gains safety body's approval to carry out upgrade of facilities on field platform off Norway
Brazilian oil giant looking to gather more data on plays ahead of field development
US independent makes three discoveries in prolific Western Desert region
Mexican state company considers floater options to develop Trion and other discoveries
Houston-based offshore project player sees more opportunities in next few years
Initial stimulation and test of Permian well proves inconclusive
Shell hands a joint venture between Wood Group PSN and Consolidated Contractors Company a commissioning services contract
Statoil has handed Technip a subsea contract on its Gullfaks field off Norway
BG Group moves a step closer to selling off part of its interest in the QCLNG project to China National Offshore Oil Corporation
Supermajor's upstream boss says massive resource 'should and could' be developed
Topsides builder loads out smallest of eight modules for Lam Son floater
Japanese player set to exit troubled Norwegian project under newly minted deal with Kufpec
BiFab building four jackets for GDF Suez-led gas field in UK North Sea
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