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Transocean Adds 662 Mln
17 Mayıs 2013 Cuma 00:47
Transocean Ltd., a Switzerland-based offshore drilling contractor, said in its monthly fleet update summary, providing information on the new contracts and significant changes to existing contracts.
New life for NW Hutton module
Workers at a UK reclamation firm have successfully completed a renewal of a former North Sea platform accommodation module.
Shale gas exploration drilling
A key government report on the future for potential shale gas development in the UK has been published today saying exploration drilling should be allowed.
Total first quarter production falls
Total said its first quarter production was down year on year by 2% due partly to the Elgin Franklin gas condensate leak in the North Sea in 2012 and security issues in Nigeria.
Hyundai to handle Rosebank
South Korea's Hyundai Heavy Industries has clinched a Us $1.9 billion deal to deliver a new FPSO for Chevron's deepwater Rosebank oil field development in the UK West of Shetlands region.
Orlando project approved
Britain's Department of Energy and Energy and Climate Change has given the green light for a new North Sea field development.
Major new find at Gullfaks
Statoil is reporting a significant new find within the Gullfaks field area one of the oldest producing fields on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
New bond to fund Breagh
Sterling Resources has secured new funding to pay off existing debt and for the largest North Sea gas development for years.
Statoil reconsiders Shtokman
Statoil appears to be considering a possible re-entry to the giant Shtokman gas development in the Barents Sea if a lower cost development solution can be found.
US crude to overtake imports
THE United States Department of Energy says monthly crude oil production in the nation is expected to exceed the amount of crude oil imports later this year for the first time since February 1995.
Another big Brazil win
Brazil's Petrobras has turned to Aker Solutions to provide new hardware for its huge subsea developments in a deal nearing US $1 billion.
Bentley plan to be taken forward
Development of the UK's Bentley heavy oil field is to be stepped up after a successful pre-production test.
Johan Sverdrup sizes up
Further drilling on Norway's giant Johan Sverdrup field has confirmed that it stretches into a third licence area with the potential to boost the reserves on the huge discovery.
FMC bags Tullow support
FMC has landed a deal to supply ongoing subsea services to Tullow Oil in Ghana for the next five years.
Britain's Chancellor George Osborne has provided new certainty over the cost of decommissioning redundant oil and gas platforms an energy industry group has said.
Higher risks and higher costs
Contractors are facing higher levels of cost and risk on major projects according to the head of a leading offshore construction company.
NYK fuel-saving seminars
JAPANESE shipping giant NYK has held two fuel-saving seminars for shipowners and ship management companies, the first in Imabari city, Ehime prefecture, and the second at its head office in Tokyo.
First oil for new North Sea field
First production from the UK North Sea Huntington field is nearing with the completion of installation work on five production risers to the floating platform installed.
Eirik Raude strikes a new deal
Ocean's Rig's harsh environment deepwater semi-submersible is set to play a part in further exploration offshore Ireland in the Atlantic Margin.
Sale for tender rig business
Malaysias SapuraKencana Petroleum has moved a step closer to its planned $2.9bn purchase of Seadrills tender rig business with the two companies entering into a provisional sale and purchase agreement.
Sembcorp set for Ivar Aasen field
Singapore's Sembcorp Marine has been selected to build the topsides for the Ivar Aasen field development offshore Norway under a S$900 million (US $727.18 m) under a letter of intent with operator Det norske oljeselskap.
Trent field set for new tieback
Maersk cuts 25pc of emissions
Bechtel bags Mozambique feed
Catcher is coming along
Sea Lion team forms up
Lansdowne firms up Celtic
Babcock booked by BP
Set to spend US $1.7 Billion
Trap Oil looks to harvest Orchid
Dana taps Subsea 7 for Western
Taps turned on at Skarv
Research ship drills into Nankai
Safe Scandinavia extends stay
Carrizo sells out of Huntington
Huntington deal brings new
Hyme to go ahead
Victoria is back on
Gullfaks C oil recovery upgrade
Lundin ups Brynhild stake
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Enhancing maritime safety and security
Shipyard can not be closed because of accident
The International Regime on Liability
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Seaman love depth horizons
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US imports to rise 3.3pc in May
US IMPORT container growth through American ports is expected to increase 3.3 per cent in May, but then slow to a standstill by September, according to the monthly Global Port Tracker from the National Retail Federation (NRF) and Hackett Associates.
New Hydroplane Route
According to Melih Gökçek, metropolitan municipality mayor of Ankara, there will be a new flight route between Turkeys Metropol Istanbuls Golden Horn and Turkeys Capital Ankaras Golbasi.
New investors needed to help
THE collapse of the German KG ship financing system leaves a hole in the small box ship market, which needs to be filled, particularly as smaller vessels need to be more fuel efficient and eco-friendly, says Drewry Maritime Research.
Sefine Shipyard is Growing
Pirates' spokesman claimed
LNG carrier heads back to sea
Ship Owner Award: Geden Line
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