The Norwegian company will begin project management and engineering “immediately” at its offices in Bergen and Aberdeen.
A former North Sea floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel owned by Altera Infrastructure is set to be redeployed to Africa as part of a 15-year agreement.
After nearly three years in dry dock, the Voyageur Spirit FPSO has now departed the UK for overhaul in Dubai ahead of redeployment with Eni off Cote d'Ivoire.
Four companies have been offered exploration licences for CO2 storage in two areas of the Norwegian North Sea.
Drydocks World and Aker Solutions have signed off a contract with Altera Infrastructure for work to upgrade the vessel used to develop the Rosebank field.
Altera Infrastructure has launched an employment drive as it prepares for the redeployment of the Knarr FPSO.
Aker Solutions (OSLO: AKSO) and Dubai’s Drydocks International have won a deal worth up to £330.5m to upgrade the FPSO for the Equinor Rosebank oilfield.
Aberdeen-headquartered Altera Infrastructure has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy, hailing a deal for the Equinor Rosebank oilfield as a “key driver”.
Aberdeen-headquartered Altera Infrastructure (NYSE: ALIN-A) has said there will be no impact on its operations or employees as it enters a Chapter 11 bankruptcy process.
The former production ship for a BP (LON:BP) oilfield in the West of Shetland has arrived at Hunterston for partial decommissioning.
There are concerns for the safety of crew aboard the Foinaven floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) ship ahead of planned strikes this week.
Workers on a North Sea vessel are poised to down tools next month in a dispute over redundancy packages.
The Foinaven FPSO is leaving the namesake BP oilfield for Hunterston Port - but vessel owner Teekay has kept schtum on its final decom location.
Equinor has put pen to paper on a contract with Altera Infrastructure to use the Knarr FPSO at the Rosebank field in the West of Shetland.
Aberdeenshire-headquartered offshore services group Altera Infrastructure reported a pre-tax loss of $127 million for 2021, as vessel impairments continue to drag on performance.
BP has handed in the decommissioning plan for the Foinaven FPSO in the West of Shetland following a flurry of HSE issues.
Equinor has said it will provide an update on the concept for the Rosebank project in the West of Shetland later this year.
Altera Infrastructure (formerly Teekay Offshore) has been chosen to provide front-end engineering and design (FEED) work for the Dorado oil project's floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel offshore Western Australia.
Energy giant Equinor and Altera Infrastructure are “fully engaged” in a study that could result in the vessel owner’s Petrojarl Knarr FPSO being picked for the 300 million barrel Rosebank gig.
Bilfinger Salamis has been awarded a €40 million (£35m) inspection contract for Total E&P assets in Denmark.
Vessel owner-operator Altera Infrastructure was in the black in the first quarter of 2021 after shaking off impairments that blighted its figures a year ago.
The vessel on the Foinaven field, operated by BP, is set for a “significant” shutdown so that a number of safety issues can be resolved.
Bilfinger Salamis has landed a multi-million pound inspection deal with Altera Infrastructure.
Write-downs on the value of its vessels saw Aberdeen-headquartered FPSO firm Altera Infrastructure more than double its pre-tax losses in 2020.