Aberdeen-based well integrity specialist Unity has won a seven-figure deal with operator Spirit Energy.
As cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) increase around the world, industry continues to experience the effects. In particular, Chinese manufacturers in some areas have stopped operations due to factory shutdowns which in turn is starting to affect supply chains. As lead times catch up with supply constraints we expect this to become problematic in the weeks to come.
Ellon-based integrity monitoring specialist North East Corrosion Engineer (NECE) has won its first contract of the year in Kazakhstan.
Statoil has extended Altus Intervention's current contract to provide mechanical wireline services to cover an additional five fields in the Norwegian North Sea.
OKEA have awarded a frame agreement to Ridge AS for well management services.
French oil major Total has confirmed a deal with Iran to develop the phase 11 part of the South Pars gas field along with the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC).
Hurricane Energy has extended its contract for the Transocean Spitsbergen rig.
Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) has been awarded a £3million contract by an international infrastructure group to design and build a 1500-ton carousel and associated spread.
Seacroft Marine Consultants has won a six-figure contract with oil major Chevron in the North Sea.
GAIL India Ltd. is seeking to defer a 20-year contract to buy liquefied natural gas from Gazprom PJSC until the Russian company’s Shtokman project begins production, officials at the South Asian country’s biggest gas transporter said.
Solstad Offshore said it has won a one-year contract for one of its construction support vessels.
Ocean Installer has won a turnkey project for procurement and installation of a spread mooring chain system for a Floating Storage Unit (FSU) in Malta.
Dril-Quip has been awarded a contract worth $40million to supply subsea drilling and production equipment to Kangean Energy Indonesia for the development of the development of a gas fields project offshore Indonesia.
The loss of a major production contract has raised speculation that the owners of Maersk Oil might either put the business up for sale or beef it up with further acquisitions.
V Ships Offshore has been awarded a new ship management contract by Milaha Offshore to provide full technical and crew management service for the Milaha Explorer.
Amec Foster Wheeler has won an award from Sasol for work on its liquefied natural gas project in Mozambique.
Technip has won an umbilical contract for Statoil's Oseberg Vestflanken 2 field offshore Norway.
Wood Group is in consultation over jobs at the Sullom Voe Terminal in Shetland.
Petrobras has terminated a contract for the supply vessel Havila Fortress.
Aker Solution has won a NOK1billion deal with Petrobras for work in Brazil.
Saipem has been awarded a contract to design and build the offshore section of the Trans Atlantic Pipeline (TAP).
An independent facilities manager on Shetland has won a three year contact from oil major BP thought to be worth £10million.
Mermaid Maritime said it has secured an additional subsea cable installation and diving services contract worth $10million.
COSL Drilling Europe said 230 jobs will go after Norwegian operator Statoil cancelled a contract with the company.
Mosman Oil and Gas said staff has been made redundant following the cancellation of a sale and purchase agreement with Origin Energy Limited.