Ocean Infinity has bought Red Rock, a technology company that supports autonomous port operations.
Ocean Infinity has formed a joint venture with Gregg Drilling, in a step they say will reduce the environmental impact of offshore operations.
Safety watchdogs have criticised Harbour Energy over the condition of caissons on the Armada platform in the UK North Sea.
Ocean Infinity’s carbon-neutral robotic fleet seemed like an ambitious plan at launch but now the company is working on an even bigger model.
Chrysaor has hired a lab analyst and basin modelling firm to help scope out further exploration and production potential at its UK North Sea assets.
Ocean Infinity Group has announced the launch of its Armada project, which aims to cut emissions for survey work through the use of unmanned vessels.
Chrysaor said today that it had wrapped up the purchase of Spirit Energy’s interests in the Armada, Maria and Seymour fields.
Oil and gas procurement company Craig International has clinched a contract with Chrysaor worth at least £1million.
Inspectors forced Shell to shut down a North Sea platform in June after discovering pipework was in a dangerous condition.