The latest analytical report from Global Data, ‘Q4 2018 Global FPSO Industry Outlook...
- The dawn of offshore mega-terminals
- Tracing the history of exploration in the Brazilian pre-salt oil region
- Independent Oil & Gas confirms integrity of disused Thames Pipeline
- Treaty on maritime rights to boost Caspian Sea oil and gas extraction
- No-deal Brexit could be ‘hugely damaging’ to north-east oil companies
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.
South America tops global planned FPSO deployments
The latest analytical report from Global Data, ‘Q4 2018 Global FPSO Industry Outlook – South America and Africa Continue to Lead Global Planned FPSO Deployments’ suggests that a total of 71 planned and announced floating production, storage, and offloading units (FPSOs) are expected to start operations globally by 2025
University of Western Australia launches centre for subsea research
The University of Western Australia (UWA) has launched a centre to research new subsea engineering technologies for offshore oil and gas production.
McDermott wins subsea contract for Shell’s Great White Frio
US engineering contractor McDermott International has won a contract to provide a new subsea umbilical and flowline installation at Shell’s Great White Frio development in Alaminos Canyon Block 857 in the US Gulf of Mexico.
Ineos and Spirit complete Clipper South field gas re-routing project
Ineos Oil and Gas UK and Spirit Energy have completed an $80m project to re-route gas production from the Clipper South field in the southern part of the UK North Sea in the Sole Pit area.
Johan Castberg topside construction begins at Kværner’s yard
The topside construction of Equinor’s Johan Castberg floating production, storage and offloading unit (FPSO) has commenced at Kværner's yard at Stord, Norway.
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.
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