Petrobras is in a state of transformation, company officials said at a press conference in London, with an eye on selling down assets and tackling debt – in tandem with major expansion plans.
Two of Australia’s richest people, Atlassian Corp. co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes and Fortescue Metals Group Chairman Andrew Forrest, are investing in an ambitious project to export solar power from a giant plant in Australia to Singapore via a 4,500 kilometer (2,800 miles) transmission cable.
Sentinel Marine has hired fresh recruits into the industry ahead of delivery of four new North Sea vessels by the end of next year.
The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) has entered into a pipeline infrastructure investment pact with GIC, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund.
Noble Group Ltd. dissident shareholder Goldilocks Investment Co. says the Singapore regulator’s handling of the trader’s drawn-out battle for survival is being closely followed by overseas investors, highlighting the importance of the case for the city-state’s reputation as a financial hub.
Emergency crews are dealing with a fire that has broken out at an oil storage tank on an island off the southern coast of Singapore.
Shell is close to winning a deal to supply Singapore with liquefied natural gas (LNG), according to a news report.
A total of eleven men were charged in a Singapore court regarding an alleged oil theft at Shell’s biggest refinery.
ExxonMobil has agreed to buy a petrochemicals plant in Singapore from Jurong Aromatics Corporation.
Energy Voice has captured exclusive footage of the construction of the floating storage and offloading (FSO) unit for Maersk’s North Sea Culzean field.
Maersk Oil’s landmark North Sea project is “bang on schedule” with contracts for hook-up and commissioning expected to be awarded “in the next couple of months”.
A former BP executive has been charged in connection with obtaining $3.95 million in bribes in what is being described as one of the largest corruption cases in the country.
Shell and Pavilion Gas will start delivering liquefied natural gas to Singapore later this year, a news report said, citing the city-state’s trade minister.
The world’s largest builder of oil rigs cut its workforce by more than 10,000 people in 2016.
Prosafe SE said it has entered into a letter of intent (LOI) with Axis Offshore for the potential acquisition of all outstanding shares in two single purpose companies.
Singapore, which is vying to become a regional center for the trading of liquefied natural gas in Asia, picked Royal Dutch Shell Plc and Pavilion Gas Pte Ltd. as its next suppliers of the fuel.
Amec Foster Wheeler has won a refinery deal in Singapore.
Noble Group Ltd., the embattled commodities trader raising about $500 million in a rights issue, received a query from the Singapore exchange over trading of its shares as the stock plunged to the lowest level since 2003.
Forum Energy Technologies said it has received an order to supply three remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) for its multi-purpose ice-class vessel currently under construction in Singapore.
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.
Multinational oil companies are said to be pulling staff out of Singapore and moving them to Malaysia in a bid to save costs, according to reports.
North Sea and Asia-Pacific subsea inspection specialists Pmac (Process Monitoring and Control) have added topside inspection services to their growing portfolio with the acquisition of Oilfield Corrosion Monitoring Services (OCMS) for an undisclosed sum.
Aberdeen firm Rig Control Products (RCP) said yesterday it had netted a £300,000 deal to supply a Singaporean company with oilfield equipment. RCP, which also has a base in Singapore, will also install the four pieces of integrated well control kit on rigs as part of the contract. The system is made up of a hydraulic console with a remotely-operated panel, which is used to operate and control dual choke valves, among other things.
BG Group and Keppel Offshore & Marine have secured a licence to supply LNG bunker to vessels in the Port of Singapore.
Oil services firm Ezra warned it expects to register a net loss for the 2016 first quarter compared to earnings a year before.