Oil major Chevron has terminated its order for an FPSO unit which was planned to be used on the Rosebank field in the UK North Sea.
AFC Energy has struck a deal with Peel Environment Limited to assess the techno-economic feasibility of the UK's largest hydrogen fuel cell precinct.
A security firm which worked at Shell's Corrib gas project has sought protecton from its creditors after a slump in its business.
Aboriginal and environmental groups are planning on taking legal action against the Canadian government to overturn a permit for a $27billion liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in British Columbia.
Oriana Energy said it has commenced energisation of a 45MW solar power plant in Puerto Rico.
Scottish engineering companies were invited to get on board the £55billion High Speed Two (HS2) rail project at a supply chain roadshow in Aberdeen yesterday.
Oil major Chevron said it remains on track to load its second cargo from its Gorgon project in coming days following a gas leak that lead to an evacuation of workers.
Oil major Chevron is poised to resume exports from its Gorgon LNG project.
Oil major Chevron has signed up Alinta Energy to buy gas from the company’s Wheatstone project.
Avanti Energy said its Italian subsidiary has signed a long term gas sales agreement with Shell Energy Europe for its future gas production in the country. CMI Energia has won the deal which will focus on the Colle Santo project which is the largest undeveloped onshore gas field in Italy.
Statoil today blamed a backlog of work in a South Korean shipyard for a year-long start-up delay for its flagship Mariner project.
This time-lapse shows a self-installing platform which will help unlock more energy from deepwater, in waters off the coast of the Phillipines. It is the first offshore platform designed and built in the country. More than 1,400 Filipino workers have spent two years attempting to make the concept a reality for oil major Shell.
SBM Offshore has been awarded the Front-End Engineering and Design (FEED) contract by Technip for the Browse FLNG project in Australia. The move will see the company carry out work for three large-scale turret mooring systems associated with the project.
Russian oil producer Gazprom has almost halved the planned capacity of its TurkStream gas pipeline project, according to the company’s chief exec. The expected capacity has been reduced from 63billion cubic metres (bcm) to 32bcm. Chief executive Alexei Miller said Gazprom now plans to supply a smaller amount because it also wants to expand the Nord Stream gas pipeline which runs on the bed of the Baltic Sea to Germany.
Oil major Chevron has begun production from its Jack and St Malo deepwater project in the Gulf of Mexico. The company said the delivery is a key part of its upstream work with plans to reach 3.1 million barrels per day by 2017. The fields are among the largest in the Gulf of Mexico and were discovered in 2004 and 2003.
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.