Australian firm Woodside has handed oil field service giant TechnipFMC the contract for upgrading the Pluto platform for water treatment.
The next phase of a collaborative industry effort to develop “a better understanding” of subsea equipment has been launched by Wood today.
Engineering and tech firm, Wood, has secured two new contracts with Woodside to deliver engineering and rig modification services in offshore Australia.
Woodside has awarded ICON Engineering the Greater Enfield subsea rig interface work.
Chevron and Woodside Energy today celebrated first gas from the Wheatstone Project in Western Australia.
Woodside Petroleum recorded a 49% jump in its first half profit today.
Monadelphous has won a contract worth about AUD$600 million for work with Woodside Energy.
Woodside Petroleum said today that its purchase of a stake in Senegalese oil assets had been approved by the West African country.
FAR Limited has asked for arbitration proceedings to be commenced to resolve a row over assets offshore Senegal.
Wood Group has won a $6million contract with Woodside.
Woodside Energy confirmed a long-term LNG purchase and sale agreement with Pertamina.
Woodside and GE Oil & Gas have agreed work together to support the use of LNG as a fuel in Western Australia.
Woodside Petroleum Ltd., the Australian oil and gas producer, posted a 9 percent drop in third-quarter revenue amid the worst energy price slump in a generation.
Woodside Petroleum Ltd, Australia’s largest oil and gas producer, posted a 50 per cent drop in first-half profit after a decline in energy prices.
Woodside Petroleum Ltd., Australia’s second-biggest oil and gas producer, posted an 8.1 percent drop in second-quarter revenue after a decline in energy prices.
OneSubsea said it has won an engineering, procurement and construction contract worth $300million from Woodside Energy.
Woodside has acquired ConocoPhillips' stake in Senegal for $350million.
Aibel has been awarded an exploration and production contract for modifications on Woodside Energy’s floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel off Western Australia used in its Greater Enfield project.
Woodside’s $1.9billion Greater Enfield Oil Development has been given the green light.
Woodside has agreed a deal with Norwegian company Siem Offshore Australia for the country's first LNG-powered marine support vessel in 2017.
Woodside and Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) have extended their 2011 deal develop future business arrangements,knowledge share, faciliate staff secondments and joint technology studies and workshop.
The demise of LNG projects such as Woodside Petroleum planned $40 billion Browse facility due to a plunge in energy prices is probably what will lift the market out of its current rut.
Woodside Petroleum Ltd. and partners including Royal Dutch Shell and BP scrapped plans to develop the $40 billion Browse liquefied natural gas project in Australia after the plunge in oil and gas prices.
Woodside has appointed former Shell executive Ann Pickard as non-executive director.
Wood Group has secured a contract with Woodside to provide the detailed design of the Greater Western Flank Phase 2 (GWF-2) flowline system offshore Western Australia.