With Iraq’s common seawater supply facility unlikely to be ready before 2022, the...
- High Court decision paves the way for increased UK fracking operations
- Baker Hughes secures 5% stake in ADNOC Drilling
- Indian oil companies import Iranian crude despite US sanctions
- Putin blames Trump for rocketing oil prices at Russian Energy Week
- Tracing the history of exploration in the Brazilian pre-salt oil region
WorleyParsons to handle modifications on Edvard Grieg platform
Rosenberg WorleyParsons is set to win a contract from Lundin Norway and licence partners in PL338 to handle modification works on the Edvard Grieg platform in the North Sea.
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
Qatar Petroleum to manage Idd El-Shargi North Dome field
Qatar Petroleum has announced its plans to manage and operate the Idd El-Shargi North Dome (ISND) field, which is located 85km off eastern coast of Doha.
High Court decision paves the way for increased UK fracking operations
The High Court has rejected a last-minute legal attempt by anti-fracking campaigners to block fracking activities in Lancashire, which reportedly paves the way for UK onshore shale firms to restart operations after seven years.
Equinor leads new build capex across oil and gas value chain in Europe
GlobalData’s latest report, Top Oil and Gas Companies Planned Projects and Capital Expenditure Outlook in Europe – Equinor Leads Capital Spending Across Oil and Gas Value Chain states that Equinor ASA tops the list with estimated capex of $12.4bn expected to be spent on 24 oil and gas projects in Europe.
Dry Deluge Testing
Open extinguishing systems are the primary care method in case of fire, and as such their regular testing is obligatory and a bare necessity for both workers and equipment, as well as the environment.
Equinor leads in total North Sea oil and gas production
GlobalData’s latest report, ‘H2 2018 Production and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Key Planned Upstream Projects in the North Sea – Equinor ASA Leads in Total Oil and Gas Production’, indicates that a total of 67 crude and natural gas projects are expected to start operations in four countries in the North Sea during 2018–2025.
Mozambique signs oil exploration agreements with Exxon and Rosneft
The Mozambique Government has signed oil exploration agreements with US-based energy firm Exxon Mobil and Russian oil company Rosneft.
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