In the deepwater Gulf of Mexico (GoM), the existing pipeline and platform infrastructure have made tie-back opportunities a preferred way to optimise cost and commercialise discoveries.
22 May 2018
25 April 2018
The latest report from Global Data, ‘Quarterly Global FPSO Industry Outlook – Brazil Leads FPSO Deployments in South America’ suggests that 74 planned and announced FPSOs are expected to start...
17 August 2017
Statoil, Lundin, Eni and OMV have been increasing their efforts in the Barents Sea, with the Norwegian government recently stating the region holds the largest undiscovered resource potential in the...
3 July 2017
As Exxon Mobil Corporation’s Liza project moves into the development phase, the challenge for the Guyanese government is to strengthen the regulatory framework and put in place a regime for...
18 September 2016
A new report by the Public Accountability Initiative has found that most of the studies used to justify the US Government’s proposals for new drilling in the Gulf of Mexico...
12 September 2016
The ongoing EC anti-trust investigation into Gazprom’s operations in eastern Europe have, along with other factors, strained the relations between Europe and its Russian gas supplier. But with Gazprom signalling...
1 August 2016
Poorly-managed corrosion threatens production efficiency at a time when maintaining asset availability is essential to the survival of offshore operations. Industry gatherings such as the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in...