Key work for Maersk Oil’s £3billion gas project in the UK North Sea has contributed to soaring first quarter profits at Japanese firm Modec.
This footage shows the sail away of the wellhead platform jacket as it began its sail away from a construction yard in the Netherlands to the UK North Sea.
Maersk Oil has awarded information management firm Datum360 a four-year contract to deliver Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions for its Culzean development in the North Sea.
Maersk Oil's chief executive said it could snap up North Sea assets up for sale by Shell if it could "create value" for the company.
Maersk Oil made its first steel cut on its landmark North Sea Culzean development.
Harding has won a contract to deliver lifeboats and davits to Maersk’s Culzean project in the North Sea.
Maersk Oil confirmed in August that it would invest $4.5billion in its high pressure, high temperature Culzean field in the UK Central North Sea. Technically challenging, Culzean will be a flagship development for the North Sea in years to come.
Japanese company Modec has contracted out the project to build a floating storage and offloading (FSO) vessel for Maersk Oil’s £3billion Culzean gas development in the North Sea. Singapore’s Sembcorp Marine said it had secured the work to design and build the FSO, with the project being handled by its wholly-owned subsidiary Sembcorp Marine Rigs and Floaters (SMRF). Scheduled for delivery in the first quarter of 2018, the vessel will be Sembcorp’s first FSO new-build secured on a full turnkey project basis.
TWMA has been awarded two contract with Maersk Oil in the UK including on the Culzean development. The waste management and environmental services firm also involve continuation of provision of innovative technology across Maersk’s North Sea operations. The new work will also help create up to 20 new jobs.
In what has been a tough week for the UK steel industry, and at Tata Steel in particular, the company's energy and power division is set to continue delivering high performance products to the oil and gas industry.
Tata Steel has been awarded a multi-million pound contract for the giant $4.5billion Maersk Oil Culzean project located in the UK central North Sea.
Modec has won a contract from Maersk Oil to supply the floating storage and offloading vessel (FSO) for the Culzean development project in the North Sea. Last month, Maersk Oil confirmed it would invest $4.5billion in its high pressure, high temperature Culzean field in the UK Central North Sea. The cash commitment secures Culzean’s future though 2032, supports 6,000 jobs and creates more than 400 direct jobs.
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Heerema Fabrication Group has been awarded the engineering, procurement and construction contract by Maersk Oil for the Culzean jackets.
Lucrative contracts to develop Maersk's giant $4.5billion Culzean gas field were revealed today with Singapore-based shipyard Sembcorp the latest to announce a $1billion agreement to build the topsides for the North Sea mega-development.
The Scottish Government welcomed the £3billion investment by Maersk Oil in the UK – but also urged Chancellor George Osborne to reform North Sea taxes. Energy minister Fergus Ewing said: “Development of the Culzean field brings welcome investment, jobs and supply chain opportunities and, as the largest new field in a decade, it also demonstrates that there remain considerable opportunities to extend production for decades to come.
The head of industry trade body Oil & Gas UK has welcomed Maersk's confirmation that its $4.5billion high pressure, high temperature Culzean field in the UK Central North Sea is to go ahead.
Maersk Oil today confirmed it would invest $4.5billion in its high pressure, high temperature Culzean field in the UK Central North Sea.
Maersk Oil and Gas has hired DNV GL in a multi-million service contract deal for its Culzean project in the UK North Sea. The scope of contract includes Independent Competent Person (ICP) verification, Independent Verification Body (IVB) and Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) work. The team will be managed from a single point in the UK and DNV GL said it will use additional resources and expertise from Maersk’s team in Denmark to deliver the work.