All articles by Pamela Kokoszka
EIA’s Annual Energy Outlook 2019 projects bright future for US offshore energy
The US Energy Information Administration has released its Annual Energy Outlook 2019 report, which projects significant development of US petroleum and natural gas resources.
A surge of US exports will influence the worldwide LNG price
The increase of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) trade as a proportion of world natural gas production has reached 9.8% by the end of 2017.
Atlas Copco reveals newly upgraded engineering workshop in UK
Senior Atlas Copco staff came together this week to unveil the spoils of the company’s £680,000 investment into its UK engineering workshop. The managers and directors also revealed their expectations for the division in light of the low-oil price and slowing North Operations.
GE Oil & Gas secures subsea equipment contract from Petrobras
GE Oil & Gas has secured a subsea equipment contract worth more than $300m from Brazilian energy firm Petrobras.
Offshore Technology Focus: Issue 18
In this issue we look at how Canada is dealing with offshore operators, find out how global governance is needed in geopolitical tensions, explore how technology is helping health and safety, discover how lifting techniques have adapted to the marine environment, explore the Wood report, profile the Kinnoull oil reservoir and much more
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KrisEnergy drills Tayum-1 exploration well offshore Kalimantan in Indonesia
Singapore-based upstream oil and gas producer KrisEnergy has completed drilling of the Tayum-1 exploration well in the Kutai production sharing contract (PSC) offshore Kalimantan, in the Makassar Strait, Indonesia.
Shell plans floating liquefied natural gas plants after Prelude
Royal Dutch Shell is planning more floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) plants after the completion of its Prelude project, which is currently under construction in Western Australia.
New Zealand opens up Northland coast for exploration
New Zealand has opened up the sea off Northland’s west coast for oil and gas exploration and will soon begin awarding permits in three offshore and seven onshore blocks around the country.