North Sea operator Neptune Energy has dished out a contract worth more than $100 million for drilling services offshore Norway.
Italian contractor Saipem has entered into a partnership to explore building a carbon dioxide capture and utilisation (CCU) plant.
Christopher Langrill, Tenaris Commercial Director in the UK, looks back on 2021 and shares how Tenaris has consolidated its position in the region while looking to advance the energy transition.
Tenaris continues to seek ways to reduce its environmental footprint through the use of new technologies and optimised processes as part of its commitment to sustainable steel production.
As the number of carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects continues to grow, Tenaris is looking into new ways to support the energy industry to meet the net zero emissions objectives.
Gabriel Podskubka, Tenaris Eastern Hemisphere President, speaks exclusively to Energy Voice about the company’s response to the Covid-19 outbreak, the lessons learned, and its ambitions for the future.
The global debut of PipeTracer technology in the North Sea showed how the digital transformation of the tubular supply chain can drive efficiency to the next level, in an oilfield province that is embracing every opportunity to reduce costs.
The upheaval brought on by the health pandemic has had wide-reaching impacts.
Travel restrictions resulting from the pandemic have presented significant challenges for oilfield service companies such as Tenaris.
The multiaward-winning Marischal Square developmentin Aberdeen is 75% let just over two years after construction work ended for the £107 million project.
The steel pipe maker Tenaris is making a billion-dollar bet on the health of the energy industry after acquiring a Houston manufacturer that specializes in making pipes and equipment for oil and gas wells.
Tenaris said it will pay more than £900 million ($1.2 billion) to buy the Houston-based piping company IPSCO Tubulars.
The new bypass and other projects in Aberdeen are expected to strengthen office market activity in and near the city this year.
A global supplier of steel tubes to the energy sector has said Argentine prosecutors don't have the authority to place its boss under preventative detention.
A global supplier of steel tubes to the energy sector has told its chief executive to continue in the role despite his inclusion in a fraud case in Argentina.
Oil and gas supply company Tenaris is the latest business to take space at the Marischal Square development in Aberdeen.
North-east oil service firm Ramco said today it had clinched four contracts worth more than £35million.
Jose Capita was today named as one the men who died after the helicopter he was on crashed, according to Tenaris.
Tenaris has said one of its employees may have been on a fatal helicopter flight which was en route to a Chevron platform in Angola.
Tenaris has netted a contract to work on Statoil’s massive Mariner project in the North Sea which will lead to the creation of up to 20 jobs in Aberdeen. The tubing and casing manufacturer will provide connections as well as associated services from its UK base in Aberdeen. Last month, Statoil awarded Baker Hughes a contract for production chemicals and services for the Mariner field.