Daily Archives: February 27, 2017

Greenpeace confronts Statoil’s Arctic-bound rig (GALLERY)

Rate this article By Offshore Energy Today.. Activists from Greenpeace Nordic and Greenpeace Germany are today, February 27, 2017, protesting near a drilling rig, which is working for Statoil, in a fjord in northern Norway. According to a Monday statement by the environmental organization, the activists – in kayaks near the rig – are peacefully…

Total in talks to buy Iranian LNG project

Rate this article By LNG World News A logo for oil giant Total is seen at a petrol station in London February 12, 2008. REUTERS/Stephen Hird/File PhotoBy Oleg Vukmanovic and Bate Felix MILAN/PARIS (Reuters) – Total is in talks to buy a multi-billion dollar stake in Iran’s partly-built liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility, Iran…

Kosmos bleeds red ink despite revenue hike

Rate this article By Offshore Energy Today.. U.S.-based oil company Kosmos Energy posted a net loss for the last quarter of 2016, despite revenue increase, as opposed to the year-before period. For the fourth quarter of 2016, Kosmos generated a net loss of $56.7 million, as compared to net income of $24 million in the…

Indian OSV crew finally paid after months of waiting

Rate this article By Offshore Energy Today Twelve crew members of the Indian-owned and -flagged Malaviya 20 offshore support vessel, which has been detained in the UK for months, have finally been paid. The crew of the sister vessel Malaviya 7, however, has yet to be paid. According to a statement by the ITF, which…

Oil tanker hits Q-Flex LNG carrier Al Khattiya off Fujairah

Rate this article By LNG World News LNG carrier Al Khattiya (Image courtesy of Shell)Q-Flex LNG carrier Al Khattiya, owned by Nakilat of Qatar and managed by Shell’s shipping unit Stasco, ended up with a hole on its starboard side after being hit by an oil tanker off Fujairah. The incident took place on February…

Centrica delays Fogelberg development plan for 2019

Rate this article By Offshore Energy Today.. Centrica has chosen a subsea connection to the nearby Åsgard B processing platform for the development of its Fogelberg discovery off Norway but postponed the submission of the development plan for 2019. According to a Monday report by the Norwegian news website Petro.no, Centrica has postponed the deadline…