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Should the UK encourage oil exploration or decommissioning? Industry divided, says poll
Readers of Offshore technology were asked if the UK Government should end subsidies for oil exploration and back up decommissioning instead. Out of the total 637 votes, 298 say no, new oil finds are essential to meet energy needs, while 260 think that yes, investing early will help meet climate targets and make the UK a world leader in decommissioning services, while 79 are unsure which would be more beneficial.
Baltic Pipe Gas Pipeline Project, Baltic Sea
Baltic Pipe project is an approximately 950km-long pipeline that will be constructed for the bidirectional transmission of natural gas between Denmark and Poland.
Saipem and Equinor sign major engineering services pact
Norwegian energy firm Equinor has awarded Italian oilfield service company Saipem a two-year frame agreement to provide engineering services globally.
Nova module installed on Neptune platform in Norwegian North Sea
Oil firms Neptune Energy and Wintershall Dea have informed that the 740-tonne topside module for the Nova development project in the Norwegian North Sea was lifted aboard the Neptune-operated Gjøa platform.
Caofeidian Oil Field Expansion Project, Bohai Bay
China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) is implementing the comprehensive adjustment project at the Caofeidian 11-1/11-6 oil field located in Bohai Bay off the coast of China.
Saipem wins contract to construct Baltic Sea gas pipeline
Oilfield service company Saipem has secured a contract from Polish gas grid operator Gaz-System to transport and install a natural gas pipeline between Denmark and Poland in the Baltic Sea.
Turret modules for Equinor’s Johan Castberg FPSO head to Singapore
The final two modules for the turret mooring system (TMS) for Equinor’s Johan Castberg floating production, storage, and offloading (FPSO) vessel have headed to Singapore for integration into the FPSO’s hull.
Neptune Energy, Gasunie to partner on North Sea energy project
UK-based Neptune Energy is set to partner with Dutch energy infrastructure firm Gasunie on the PosHYdon green hydrogen project.
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