Oil service firm Bilfinger Salamis UK said today it had won a multimillion-pound North Sea deal with energy giant Chevron.
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Bond Offshore Helicopters has won a multimillion-pound deal with EnQuest to support the oil firm’s North Sea operations.
Mitsui, MOL and Marubeni have teamed up to invest in a long-term charter business operated by Modec for the purpose of providing a floating production vessel for use in the Iracema Norte area offshore Brazil.
Bond Offshore Helicopters said yesterday it had won a £21million deal with Premier Oil for work in the North Sea.
Bond Offshore Helicopters said yesterday it had won a £16million contract for work in the North Sea.
Falkland Islands oil and gas explorer Rockhopper Exploration has said a new drilling campaign is planned for 2014 in the remote British-governed region.
Subsea 7 has picked up a £186million contract to work on Dana Petroleum's near-billion-pound Western Isles development about 100 miles east of Shetland.
North isles and Surrey-based Opus said yesterday it had signed deals across the world in recent months.
Aberdeen-based Dana Petroleum says that a £989million project to bring on stream two UK oil fields which was given the go-ahead this week will produce over 200 jobs, and a significant amount of supply, engineering and construction work.
Dana Petroleum has confirmed it is to use a Sevan Marine-designed floating production vessel for its £1billion Western Isles development in the northern North Sea.
Austrian oil, gas and power firm OMV has said it is to spend "billions" in the North Sea as it looks to balance and grow its production portfolio.
Aberdeen-based energy engineering consultancy Apply Altra said yesterday it had helped to secure new business worth around £15million for its Norwegian parent.
Oil and gas firm Premier Oil said yesterday first output on two North Sea projects had slipped, delaying a production target.
A floating production vessel damaged in a North Sea storm last December, the Banff, may not be back in the field for another year.
CNR International (CNRI) has agreed a contract to extend its Aberdeen-led operations offshore the Ivory Coast.
Shell UK said yesterday it would develop the Fram oil and gas field in the North Sea.
Oil giants Shell and Exxon are looking to buy a floating production vessel off a subsidiary of Danish group AP Moller Maersk.
Aberdeen-based North Sea oil firm Dana Petroleum took control yesterday of the Triton floating production vessel - the first time it has been in charge of a major offshore installation.
A North Sea floating production vessel is due to come back on stream soon after being shut down since early June following a minor gas leak.
A deepwater exploration well being drilled by BP could become one of the most expensive wells in the North Sea, coming in with a price tag in excess of £100million.
Danish shipping giant Maersk yesterday said its North Sea floating production vessel Gryphon should be back in action by the end of the year.
Oil and gas company Canadian Natural Resources (CNR) said yesterday its North Sea production had slumped because of shutdowns at key fields.
French oil service group Technip said today its high-margin subsea work would drive full year profits after seeing strong growth in the sector, including in the North Sea.
Energy giant Statoil has formally applied for permission to develop its huge Mariner field in the North Sea.
Aberdeen-based oil explorer Deo Petroleum yesterday upped estimates of oil in its North Sea Perth field, but said development was being hampered by lack of offshore equipment.