Chevron has awarded Worley a contract to modify services for one of its deepwater production facilities located in the Gulf of Mexico.
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One person is dead and rescuers are still searching for 12 missing people after a vessel capsized in the US Gulf of Mexico during a storm on Tuesday afternoon.
Kosmos Energy has appointed two former Cobalt International Energy executives to run its exploration business.
The Argos platform for the BP-operated $9 billion Mad Dog 2 project has arrived in the US after completing its 16,000-mile journey from South Korea.
Sparrows Group has bagged a five-year contract worth more than £1 million for work in the US.
Shell said today it expects to record post-tax charges of £2.6 billion to £3.4bn in the fourth quarter of 2020.
Seadrill has bagged £39million worth of new contracts but confirmed plans to press on with scrapping a number of rigs in its fleet.
BP has shared a video of a robot dog being used on one of its oil and gas platforms.
The US company best known for wielding a heavy-lift vessel whose huge, yellow trusses have drawn comparisons with McDonald’s Golden Arches logo is preparing to take another crack at the North Sea market.
Oil advanced to the highest in two weeks as Hurricane Delta heads toward the energy-producing Gulf of Mexico region.
The Covid-19 pandemic has devastated global oil and gas project sanctioning this year and will cause total committed spending to drop to around $53 billion from 2019’s $190 billion, Rystad Energy says.
Offshore companies have started to evacuate workers from production platforms and drilling rigs in the Gulf of Mexico ahead of Hurricane Marco and Tropical Storm Laura.
Transocean Deepwater plans to lay off as many as 110 workers after the Houston offshore driller could not secure a new contract for one of its drillships amid low oil prices.
Offshore environmental management services firm Tems has secured two new contracts worth a total of more than £1 million for work in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico.
Tropical Storm Cristobal brought heavy rain to southern Mexico, and with a forecast that has it re-entering the Gulf of Mexico on Friday, oil-platform workers are already being evacuated.
Shell Oil, the U.S. subsidiary of energy giant Royal Dutch Shell, has evacuated nine workers from a company platform in the Gulf of Mexico for testing and treatment of COVID-19, the illness caused by the coronavirus.
When 62-year-old Tomas Morales registered a fever of 101.3 Fahrenheit on April 14, the doctor told him to self-isolate. But there was a problem: Morales was on an oil platform off the Mexican coast only reachable by helicopter, and he shared a bedroom with three other workers.
Energy giant BP has said it will “never forget the 11 people who lost their lives, nor the damage caused” in the Deepwater Horizon disaster exactly 10 years ago.
The Deepwater Horizon disaster forced the UK North Sea to “sharpen up its act”, reminding the sector of the “consequences of getting things wrong”, according to industry leaders.
BP is adjusting the company's offshore procedures after several workers who had previously been aboard a production platform in the Gulf of Mexico tested positive for the coronavirus.
Total and Chevron have cancelled rigs contracted from Valaris, working in Angola, the drilling company has announced.
Kosmos Energy has set out plans to reduce planned capital expenditure in 2020 to under $250 million.
Subsea 7 has announced the award of new contracts off the coast of Australia and the US Gulf of Mexico.
Royal Dutch Shell Plc is pushing ahead on its massive deep-water drilling plan in Mexico, even as it doesn’t foresee production starting under the current government.
The sale of a stake in Mexico’s giant Zama oil field promised to help Premier Oil pay down debts and strengthen its balance sheet, but an ownership conflict is complicating that process.