Woodside’s $1.9billion Greater Enfield Oil Development has been given the green light.
Carnarvon Petroleum has spud its Outtrim East-1 well.
Triangle Energy has completed deal for the Cliff Head oilfield, located in the offshore Western Australia.
Hardy Oil and Gas is continuing its fight for licences extension for its CY-OS/2 prospect, according to its latest company report.
SacOil has agreed an eight month extension for its onshore licence in Malawi.
Greka Drilling has drilled the first of two directional wells for Essar Oil in Inda.
North Atlantic Drilling (NADL) has given itself another three months to try and resolve its standstill with Singapore’s Jurong Shipyard over the delivery of the sixth generation harsh environment semi-submersible drilling rig, the West Rigel.
Joint integrity specialist Hydratight has completed an upgrade project on a section of subsea pipeline on the North West Shelf of Western Australia.
SapuraKencana Energy today confirmed a “significant gas discovery” offshore Malaysia.
Steel fabricator KKB Engineering Berhad’s associate company OceanMight landed a deal with Talisman Malaysia for the Bunga Pakma wellhead riser platform. The platform is located offshore the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. OceanMight will manage the engineering, procurement and construction of the platform, according to the deal.
Mosman Oil and Gas said it is looking beyond the oil and gas sector for new investment opportunities as the oil price slump continues.
Aqualis Offshore has won an contract extension with Oil and Natural Gas Corporation's (ONGC) assets offshore India.
BP’s plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight were punted back for the second time.
Technip has won an engineering services contract by Woodside to provide services as part of an engineering panel with Woodside Petroleum.
China Petrochemical Corp., one of the world’s biggest oil refining companies, named Dai Houliang as general manager, filling a role left empty since his predecessor was removed the company and then expelled from the ruling Communist Party on corruption charges.
Oil major Chevron said it expects to resume production from its Gorgon LNG project later this month after repairs were required at the massive plant after only one shipment.
Oil major Shell said it has begun discussions with staff in Australia about job losses as part of plans to cut 10,000 roles globally.
The chief executive of Irish independent Falcon Oil and Gas has predicted great things from its Australian operations after analysis on three well confirmed early indications of high potential.
V.Ships Offshore, part of V.Group has been awarded a ship management contract by Fortress Transportation and Infrastructure Investors LLC to provide full technical and crew management services for an advanced SURF/IMR vessel.
Japan’s biggest earthquake in five years may slow a government plan to restart the country’s atomic fleet that was shuttered amid safety concerns after the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami that caused the triple meltdown at Fukushima.
Greka Drilling's increased drilling failed to close its loss before tax margin.
Oil major Chevron has signed up Alinta Energy to buy gas from the company’s Wheatstone project.
Mosman Oil and Gas expects to hold an annual general meeting on the cancellation of nine million shares which had been issued for acquisition.
Beach Energy and JV partner Cooper Energy have accepted an offer to convert the Basker, Manta and Gummy gas field permits VIC/L 26, 27 and 28 in the offshore Gippsland Basin into retention leases.
Chevron’s chief executive has told Australia it must cut its operating costs if it wants to lift productivity and attract new investment in the energy sector.