Most Recent Offshore Oil Field Development

DCP compression platform in place at Malampaya

Wed, Sep 2, 2015 Installation has been completed of the 13,000-ton Malampaya depletion compression platform at Shell’s Malampaya field offshore the Philippines.

Xodus to study decommissioning options for two North Sea fields

Wed, Sep 2, 2015 Nexen Petroleum U.K. has contracted Xodus Group to undertake front-end engineering and design services for decommissioning of the Ettrick and Black...

SMOE, Subsea 7 clinch North Sea Culzean topsides/subsea contracts

Tue, Sep 1, 2015 Maersk Oil has issued two major contracts for its Culzean high-pressure/high-temperature gas/condensate field development in the UK central North S...

Maersk Oil gets go-ahead for UK North Sea Culzean project

Mon, Aug 31, 2015 The UK Oil & Gas Authority has approved the development of the Maersk Oil-operated high-pressure/high-temperature Culzean field in the UK centr...

Iona negotiating farm-out of Orlando in North Sea

Fri, Aug 28, 2015 Iona Energy expects cost for the Orlando tieback to the Ninian Central platform in the UK northern North Sea during 2015-2016 to be reduced from $2...

McDermott nets second major contract from Aramco

Thu, Aug 27, 2015

Saudi Aramco has awarded McDermott International a lump sum contract for brownfield work on various fields offshore Saudi Arabia.

Al Shaheen well campaign passes halfway mark

Thu, Aug 27, 2015 The current development of the Al Shaheen field offshore Qatar is progressing as planned, according to operator Maersk Oil, with the 50-well progra...

Undeveloped UK fields deserve attention, report claims

Thu, Aug 27, 2015

Consultants Hannon Westwood (HW) have issued a new report on near-term developments affecting the UK continental shelf (UKCS).

Second well brought into production at Gazprom Neft Prirazlomnoye field

Wed, Aug 26, 2015 Gazprom Neft has brought its second well into production at the Prirazlomnoye field, with output totaling 1,800 metric tons/d (1,984 tons/d).

Eni, NCA to collaborate on emergency response in Barents Sea

Wed, Aug 26, 2015 Eni Norge has entered a mutual assistance agreement with the Norwegian Coastal Administration on support vessels for the Goliat field in the Barent...

Offshore Oil Field Development: North Sea & Europe

Xodus to study decommissioning options for two North Sea fields

Nexen Petroleum U.K. has contracted Xodus Group to undertake front-end engineering and design services for decommissioning of the Ettrick and Blackbird fields in the UK central North Sea.  

SMOE, Subsea 7 clinch North Sea Culzean topsides/subsea contracts

Maersk Oil has issued two major contracts for its Culzean high-pressure/high-temperature gas/condensate field development in the UK central North Sea.

Maersk Oil gets go-ahead for UK North Sea Culzean project

The UK Oil & Gas Authority has approved the development of the Maersk Oil-operated high-pressure/high-temperature Culzean field in the UK central North Sea.

Iona negotiating farm-out of Orlando in North Sea

Iona Energy expects cost for the Orlando tieback to the Ninian Central platform in the UK northern North Sea during 2015-2016 to be reduced from $215 million to $192 million. 

Undeveloped UK fields deserve attention, report claims

Consultants Hannon Westwood (HW) have issued a new report on near-term developments affecting the UK continental shelf (UKCS).

Eni, NCA to collaborate on emergency response in Barents Sea

Eni Norge has entered a mutual assistance agreement with the Norwegian Coastal Administration on support vessels for the Goliat field in the Barents Sea.

Martin Linge flow meters to monitor MEG injection

Litre Meter has supplied 14 displacement flow meters for Total’s Martin Linge field development in the Norwegian North Sea.

Petrex surveys integrity of North Sea Athena risers, moorings

Petrex Developments has completed inspection of the Athena FPSO’s dynamic flexible riser/umbilical systems, mooring system, and hull in the UK central North Sea for operator Ithaca Energy.

Norway approves Johan Sverdrup plans

The Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy has approved the Phase one plan for development and operation for the Johan Sverdrup oil and gas field in the central Norwegian North Sea.

Northernmost offshore oil field set to start producing

Eni says it plans to start producing oil soon from Norway’s first Arctic development.

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