UK-based engineering giant TechnipFMC has won a deal worth between $250 million and $500 million for a key contact at the Petronas-operated Limbayong deep-water development offshore Malaysia.
BlackRock’s Global Energy & Power Infrastructure (GEPIF) will acquire all publically held shares of GasLog, taking the LNG carrier private.
Private-equity backed Neptune Energy will buy interests in several German oil and gas fields from Wintershall Dea.
It may seem an unlikely link but advances in racing sails have given a team of marine robotics experts at Innovo inspiration in their quest to help reduce carbon emissions from some vital energy industry activities.
Cairn Energy is increasing pressure on the Indian government to pay a $1.2 billion arbitration award after filing a lawsuit in the U.S.
BHP Group on Tuesday said it sees a clear opportunity in oil and gas to enjoy strong returns over the medium term and is ready to seek counter-cyclical deals in a world where many energy companies have cut back on exploration and new projects.
Petrofac has won its first contract for decommissioning work in Australia after building a track record in the UK.
Serinus Energy’s “shackles are off”, the company’s CEO Jeffrey Auld has said, with a newfound focus on generating cash and modest drilling plans.
The Asia Pacific region offers plenty of opportunities for the UK’s subsea engineering sector, both in the traditional oil and gas business, as well as the rapidly expanding renewable energy industry, reckons Subsea UK.
The Tawke licence in Kurdistan produced 110,300 barrels per day in 2020, DNO has reported, down from 124,000 bpd in 2019.
Borr Drilling said in its new fleet status report that it had added $35.1 million over 480 days to its total backlog.
Russia is stepping up work on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline before the US tightens sanctions against the controversial project designed to feed more natural gas into Germany.
Russia will remain the heart of Severstal’s focus for the near term, but uncertainty around the timing of a contract with Gazprom has encouraged international growth.
Bourbon Maritime has emerged from bankruptcy and reorganisation, under which 1.5 billion euros ($1.83bn) of debt was cut.
Total SE is discussing a plan for 500 voluntary job cuts in France, where the oil company has 35,000 employees, Chief Executive Officer Patrick Pouyanne said in an interview with France Inter radio.
The direction of travel appears clear; around a quarter of the current offshore floater rig fleet - ships and semi-submersibles - will be sent to the scrapyard near-term.
Glencore has completed its purchase of Ørsted’s LNG business, just under a year after announcing the deal.
Russia’s gas independent Novatek is extending its move into the downstream, launching an LNG fuelling station in Germany and delivering ISO tanks to China.
A public hearing begins today in The Hague, with Shell facing demands to reduce its CO2 emissions.
Scottish oil and gas drilling giant KCA Deutag is changing hands as part of a financial restructuring to slash debt.
Neptune Energy fell to a loss in the third-quarter as its figures came under pressure from lower oil and gas prices and “operational issues” in Norway and Algeria.
Independent exploration and production (E&P) firms that fail to adjust to the energy transition face extinction before 2050, an analyst said today.
Total has carried out the largest LNG bunkering operation ever, at the Port of Rotterdam on November 13.
If the rising cost and environmental pressures experienced by the oil and gas exploration sector this year have shown us anything, it is this: it is time to make the impossible affordable.
Swiss companies will no longer be able to deduct bribes paid from taxes – as of January 2022.