Daily Archives: October 6, 2016

Aibel strengthens marginal field commitment

Rate this article Marginal Field Development Co. has entered into an agreement under which Aibel will take on the role of partner EPC contractor for MFDevCo’s marginal field initiative and other projects. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore RSS Feed

Atlantic Guardian compiling multiple seismic surveys in Barents Sea

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Norway: Oil wages talks go to mediation. More than 400 could go on strike

Rate this article By Offshore Energy Today The Norwegian Union of Energy Workers (Safe) has refused to accept the negotiated result for the oil agreement, which also covers land-based facilities in Norway. This settlement has now gone to mediation, with the deadline set at midnight, Norwegian Oil and Gas Association, representing employers, said on Thursday….

VIDEO: Kvaerner welcomes Johan Sverdrup jacket components

Rate this article By Offshore Energy Today The first of two shipments of pile clusters and flotation tanks for the Johan Sverdrup field jackets have reached Kvaerner’s yard at Verdal October 4, 2016. The structures will be installed on the first and largest steel jacket for the Johan Sverdrup project, currently under construction at Verdal,…

Stolt-Nielsen to confirm small-scale LNG order by year-end?

Rate this article By LNG World News Norwegian-listed shipping company Stolt-Nielsen is aiming to decide on ordering two small-scale LNG carriers during the fourth quarter of this year. The order for the small-scale carriers is “ready to be confirmed,” Niels Stolt-Nielsen, CEO of Stolt-Nielsen said in a conference call on Thursday after announcing the company’s…

GOL Offshore at it again. Vessel detained, again.

Rate this article By Offshore Energy Today The Malaviya Seven offshore support vessel has caught the media attention again, and not for a good reason, again. To remind the Indian-flagged vessel had been detained in the UK in June after the owner had not paid its workers for months. At the time, the RMT union…

Report: Tokyo Gas considers swapping LNG cargoes

Rate this article By LNG World News Tokyo Gas of Japan could swap its United States LNG volumes with equivalent quantities of Asian sourced liquefied natural gas. Michiaki Hirose, Tokyo Gas president said the company would deliver its US sourced LNG to a number of locations while bringing Asian sourced LNG to Japan, Platts reports….