China has initiated new oil and gas drilling projects in disputed waters in...
Shell UK takes final investment decision on Shearwater hub expansion
Shell UK has made a final investment decision (FID) on the expansion of Shearwater gas hub in the UK North Sea as part of its strategy to increase gas production from around the platform.
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.
EnQuest acquires remaining 75% stake in Magnus oil field from BP
British petroleum exploration and production company EnQuest has completed the acquisition of the remaining 75% stake in the Magnus oil field in the UK North Sea from BP.
From drillships to warships: increasing tensions in the East China Sea
China has initiated new oil and gas drilling projects in disputed waters in the East China Sea, deploying a mobile offshore drilling unit that straddles the median line between Chinese and Japanese territory. How is China’s growing offshore presence adding to geo-political tension in the region?
Husky Energy oil spill the largest in Newfoundland history
Canadian oil and gas company Husky Energy has reported a spillage of 250m3, or 1,572 barrels, of oil, offshore the Canadian province of Newfoundland. The Husky Energy oil spill is said to have resulted from a leaky flowline connecting the White Rose oilfield to the SeaRose FPSO storage vessel.
Gazprom confirms completion of TurkStream offshore section
The TurkStream pipeline system that will transport Russian gas across the Black Sea to Turkey has achieved a key milestone with the completion of its offshore section.
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%).
Read our magazine
Offshore Technology Focus is the essential reading material for decision-makers in the offshore oil & gas industry, bringing you the latest news and analysis in an exciting, interactive format.