Valaris has been criticised by the safety watchdog after a North Sea supply ship crashed into one of its offshore rigs causing “significant damage” and forcing it to return to port for repair.
Tom Burke, the former CEO of drilling rig giant Valaris, has joined private equity group SCF Partners.
Valaris has announced a clutch of contract awards, including decommissioning work with Centrica in the UK.
The board of offshore drilling group Valaris has confirmed Anton Dibowitz as president and chief executive officer, following his interim appointment earlier this year.
A Valaris rig has had to be deep cleaned after an outbreak of Covid-19 on board.
‘Risk of serious injury’: Valaris hit with HSE warning after two-tonne object dropped 30feet on oil rig
Valaris has been reprimanded by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) following an incident on one of its jack-up rigs that posed a risk of “serious injury”.
Valaris has won a two-year contract from ExxonMobil offshore Angola.
Cairn Energy has chartered the Valaris JU-123 for work in the UK North Sea.
Valaris has created a virtual tour of an oil rig operating in the Gulf of Mexico.
Valaris will drill the highly-anticipated Buffalo-10 well offshore East Timor that if successful could unlock more than 30 million barrels of oil.
Valaris, one of the world’s largest offshore drilling companies, has announced a change-up of its top team with the appointment of a new CEO.
Valaris has agreed to provide its Valaris DS-10 rig for Shell’s upcoming exploration in Namibia and Sao Tome & Principe.
More than a decade since launching its business in Mexico, Whittaker Engineering is still, quite literally, finding new routes to explore.
Valaris has won a one-well contract from TotalEnergies for work in Cote d’Ivoire, as operations begin to resume in the West African state.
Offshore drilling company Valaris, which last week emerged from bankruptcy, has won a contract extension for its Valaris JU-115 jack-up rig offshore Thailand
A helicopter has been stuck on a North Sea rig for two days after the discovery of a "technical issue", combined with stormy weather conditions.
Valaris has reported losses of $910million as one of the world’s largest offshore drillers hopes to soon re-emerge from bankruptcy.
Rig contractor Valaris has received approval from a US bankruptcy court for its Chapter 11 plan of reorganisation.
Dozens of oil rigs were sold for scrapping in 2020 as the drilling sector dealt with the impacts of Covid-19, according to market-watcher Bassoe Offshore.
Coastguard teams launched a major rescue operation after “very high winds” caused a drillship to break free of its moorings in Ayrshire.
More than a dozen workers are in quarantine after a crew member on the Premier Oil Balmoral platform tested positive for Covid-19.
Apache has confirmed that a pair of workers have been removed from the Forties Bravo installation due to Covid-19.
Two former Valaris rigs are set for a new role – as launch sites for SapceX’s next generation of rockets.
Workers were evacuated from a Valaris oil rig after a Covid outbreak on board on New Year’s Day, with questions raised on testing procedures.
The direction of travel appears clear; around a quarter of the current offshore floater rig fleet - ships and semi-submersibles - will be sent to the scrapyard near-term.