Oil & Gas Production: US & Gulf of Mexico

Technip secures another subsea contract for the Stones development in the GoM

Technip has received a contract from Shell Offshore for the development of subsea infrastructure for the Stones project.

API promotes offshore activity before New Orleans congressional hearing

Ahead of tomorrow’s congressional hearing in New Orleans, the US API highlighted the importance of offshore oil and natural gas development to the region’s economic development.

Gulf operators move forward with benchmark projects

While exploration and rig counts in the Gulf of Mexico are down, multiple projects in the deep and ultra-deepwater Gulf continue to head in the same direction: down, into deeper waters.

Shell taps OneSubsea for Stones 15,000-psi subsea processing systems

Shell Offshore Inc. has awarded OneSubsea a contract to supply subsea processing systems for the Stones project in the Gulf of Mexico.


Shell aimed to re-start exploration drilling offshore Alaska last month, assuming sea ice had cleared.


The Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board has conditionally approved Husky Energy's amended development plan for the White Rose extension project.

SBM Offshore divests stake in Turritella project

 SBM Offshore has entered into an agreement with Mitsubishi Corp. (MC) and Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK Line) for the acquisition of a stake in the joint venture companies incorporated for the purpose of owning and operating FPSO Turritella.

Integrated Operations Center keeps Shell in sync with deepwater GoM assets

Some years after the devastating 2005 Atlantic hurricane season, Shell began developing an idea to bring some aspects of offshore platform work to a more controllable environment.

PEMEX orders ProSep mixer for GoM platform

PEMEX has awarded ProSep a contract to provide ProBlend mixers to blend two crude oil process streams on a platform in the Gulf of Mexico.

Energy XXI closes East Bay field, Grand Isle gathering system sales

Energy XXI (Nasdaq:EXXI) has closed on the sale of its East Bay field for $21 million to a private buyer. 


Exploring Shell’s FLNG technological advances and opportunities

As the offshore industry looks to develop remote and stranded natural gas fields, the use of floating liquefied natural (FLNG) vessels has become a...
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Assessing Mexico’s new offshore oil & gas exploration opportunities

When Mexico’s historic energy reform legislation became law on Dec. 21, 2013, it opened the country to foreign investment in its oil and gas sector...

Anadarko’s decommissioning of the first-ever cell spar in the Gulf of Mexico

The Red Hawk spar made history throughout its design life, commissioned and decommissioned as the first of its kind. Heralded as the first cell spa...
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