Even the seller of natural gas from Europe’s largest field was taken aback by the Dutch government’s decision last year to close it forever.
Petrofac has been awarded work on a second platform at a windfarm in the Dutch sector of the North Sea.
Taqa’s North Sea operation remained “robust” in the first quarter of the year, despite the wider oil firm experiencing a heavy dip in profits.
Energy major Total is trying to sell its Dutch offshore gas fields in an effort to raise £230-310 million, a news report said yesterday.
Oil firm RockRose Energy said today that it had completed the £94 million acquisition of Dyas BV.
Oil firm RockRose Energy has clinched a deal to buy 13 million barrels worth of non-operated oil reserves in the Netherlands for £94 million.
Dutch operator NAM has proposed reducing output from the Groningen gas field after an earthquake struck the area earlier this week.
UK-based oil explorer Hansa Hydrocarbons has announced that a well offshore Netherlands had exceeded expectations.
ExxonMobil said no injuries had resulted from a fire at its refinery in Rotterdam.
Parkmead Group has moved out of the red and into the black.
The European Union’s biggest natural gas producer is running out of reserves.
Oil major Shell is said to be interested in entering a second tender process to build a North Sea wind park in July.
A scheme has been created to collect millions of tonnes of greenhouse gases and bury them under the North Sea off the coast of Rotterdam.
A Dutch advisory body has advised the government to make additional cuts production at the Groningen gas field to reduce the risk of earthquakes in the northern province, according to reports.
DNV GL has appointed Ditlev Engel as the new chief executive of its energy business.
Fugro has completed work on the burial of export cables at the Gemini offshore wind park, off the Netherlands coast.
Parkmead has begun gas production at the Diever West gas field in the Netherlands. The company said the field, discovered in 2014, has been tied into existing production facilities through a new dedicated pipeline with gas extraction via the Garjip treatment system.
A Dutch court has ordered more cuts in gas production at Groningen, Europe's largest gas field, saying the government had given too little consideration to the stronger and more frequent earthquakes extraction had caused.
This video shows the Alba B3 topside being moved at the Heerema Zwijndrecht yard in the Netherlands. The structure, being built for Marathon Oil, is one of a number delivered from the yard to clients.
A Dutch court is set to hear arguments that production from Europe’s largest natural gas field should be suspended because earthquakes linked to extraction threaten safety. The Netherlands has progressively cut the amount of gas won from the Groningen field in the north amid protests over the tremors, with the Economy Ministry in June slashing this year’s output cap by 29 percent. The Administrative Jurisdiction Division of the Council of State will hear 41 appeals from local political parties, environmental organizations and individuals against an earlier production decision on Thursday, and possibly Friday, before making a final ruling in October or November.
Marine engineering company Van Oord has successfully installed two Offshore High Voltage Stations (OHVS) and the first 77 transition pieces at the Dutch Gemini wind park.
Cable protection specialist Tekmar Energy has installed its cutting-edge TekTube system on an offshore project for the first time.
DOF Subsea S&P UK has secured a contract extension with Heerma Marine Contractors. The contract will cover global provision of survey and positioning services on board Heerma Marine Contractor's vessels, including the Hermod, Balder, Thialf, Aegir, support vessels and anchor handlers.
BP Plc (BP/) may get 200 million to 400 million euros ($456 million) for a Dutch oil-storage terminal it plans to sell, according to an analyst at ING Groep NV. Europe’s third-largest oil company, seeking to sell assets and cut jobs amid falling oil prices, plans to sell the terminal with a capacity of 950,000 cubic meters, London-based BP said. “It is in the long term interests of the Amsterdam Terminal and its staff for it to be owned by an entity which is better placed to invest in its future,” Hendrik Muilerman, BP’s Netherlands managing director, said.