BP’s annual Be Inspired event helps to attract female students to the oil...
- BP Be Inspired: levelling the playing field for women in oil and gas
- McDermott begins fabrication for Tyra offshore redevelopment
- Saipem wins three offshore engineering and construction contracts
- KBR subsidiary wins FEED services contract for BP’s Tortue project
- Baker Hughes secures 5% stake in ADNOC Drilling
BP Be Inspired: levelling the playing field for women in oil and gas
BP’s annual Be Inspired event helps to attract female students to the oil and gas industry in an effort to diversify the workforce and increase equality. At the event, BP Head of HR, Upstream, Kerry Dryburgh explained the importance of STEM education.
Iraq sea water supply facility delays hold back oil production
With Iraq’s common seawater supply facility unlikely to be ready before 2022, the rate at which the country’s major southern fields can raise production will be impacted
McDermott begins fabrication for Tyra offshore redevelopment
McDermott International has commenced fabrication for Total’s Tyra redevelopment project located in the Danish Sector of the North Sea.
Titan Torque invests in new torque system to double capacity
Scotland-based oilfield services provider Titan Torque has invested in new torque system designed by EnerQuip. The acquisition is expected to double the company’s operational capacity.
Global oil prices drop on expectations of rise in US crude inventories
Global oil prices have dipped amid expectations of a hike in US crude inventories. However, losses were capped by reports of a fall in Iranian oil exports.
Saipem wins three offshore engineering and construction contracts
Italian oil and gas contractor Saipem has secured three new offshore engineering and construction (E&C) contracts in Azerbaijan, the North Sea and the Republic of Congo, which together are valued at around $400m.
Equinor to sell stake in King Lear gas discovery to Aker for $250m
Equinor has reached an agreement to offload its 77.8% operated interest in the King Lear gas discovery on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS) to Aker BP for a cash consideration of $250m.
Oil and gas firms are starting to embrace the blockchain
GlobalData’s latest report, Blockchain in Oil & Gas, suggests that oil and gas companies are in the process of adopting advanced technologies to improve workflow management and reduce operational losses.
Oil prices rise over prominent Saudi journalist disappearance
Global oil prices have increased amidst supply concerns due to rising tensions between oil major Saudi Arabia and the US over the disappearance of well-known Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
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