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  1. OGUK reports on 2017 ‘accidental’ North Sea oil and chemical spills
  2. Shell to link executive pay to carbon emissions reduction targets
  3. Moving on methane emissions
  4. Offshore Technology Focus: Issue 68
  5. From drillships to warships: increasing tensions in the East China Sea

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Greater Western Flank Phase 2, North West Shelf

The Greater Western Flank Phase 2 development, located off the north-west coast of Western Australia, is the fourth major gas development for the North West Shelf project in the past seven years.

Moving on methane emissions

Methane emissions make up a significant percentage of the environmental pollution created by the oil and gas industry, and companies are now beginning to react. Giants Shell, BP and Total, among others, have pledged to dramatically reduce flaring and fugitive emissions, but how are they going about it?

Kaombo Ultra-Deep Offshore Project

Kaombo Ultra-Deep Offshore Project involves the development of six of the 12 fields discovered at Block 32 around 260km offshore Luanda in Angola, Africa.

Offshore Technology Focus: Issue 68

In this issue: Oil and gas companies pledge to tackle methane emissions, the delivery of the fastest ever upstream start-up by ABB, a new generation of mega offshore shipping terminals, and more

The dawn of offshore mega-terminals

The US is becoming a major exporter of oil, and it needs increasingly bigger and better infrastructure to keep the commodity flowing. As a result, the country is looking to build offshore shipping terminals big enough to handle the size and volume of a new generation of mega-tankers.

Thunder Horse Field, Gulf of Mexico

Located 240km off the west coast of New Orleans in the Gulf of Mexico, the Thunder Horse deepwater oil and gas field is operated by British Petroleum (BP, 75%) and co-owned by ExxonMobil (25%).

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