By Bojan Lepic Norwegian oil major Equinor has chosen to use Odfjell Drilling’s Deepsea Atlantic semi-submersible drilling rig offshore Norway. The post Equinor hires Odfjell rig for three more wells appeared… … Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Energy Today
By Bojan Lepic Energy giant BHP has revealed plans to sell its 50 per cent stake in the Bass Strait oil and gas venture to enable focusing on higher-value petroleum assets. The post BHP to sell stake in… … Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Energy Today
By Mirza Duran US company NextDecade has received approval from federal regulators to ditch one train from its proposed Rio Grande LNG export plant in Texas. Image: NextDecade The original design for Rio Grande LNG included six trains each capable of producing 4.5 million tonnes per year. However, NextDecade announced in July it would be…
By Bojan Lepic Norwegian offshore shipping company Island Offshore has awarded a contract to Kongsberg Maritime to supply turnkey hybrid battery solutions for three of its platform supply vessels. The post… … Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Energy Today
By Mirza Duran India’s biggest LNG importer Petronet reported a drop in net profit due to lower demand in the country caused by the Covid-19 lockdown. Image: Petronet LNG Net profit after tax stood at 5.2 billion rupees ($69.5 million) in the first quarter of the 2020-21 fiscal, compared to 5.6 billion rupees last year….
By Bojan Lepic Environmental group Greenpeace has located two large methane leaks at an old offshore well site in the UK North Sea. The post Greenpeace finds methane leak active for 30 years in UK North Sea… … Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Energy Today
By Bojan Lepic French oil major Total has resumed oil drilling offshore Angola with the Skyros rig while two more are expected to start operations in the week to follow. The post Total restarts drilling off… … Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Energy Today
By Mirza Duran South Korea’s Samsung Heavy Industries held a naming ceremony for three LNG-powered shuttle tankers being built for Altera Infrastructure, previously known as Teekay Offshore. Image: Altera The vessels in question are the 130,000 dwt Current Spirit, and the 103,000 dwt Altera Wave and Altera Wind. Due to Covid-19, the duo held a…