Malaysia’s Dagang NeXchange Berhad (DNeX), via its subsidiary Ping Petroleum UK, has renamed its recently acquired floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel, which is expected to be one of the UK’s first offshore wind-powered oil and gas production facilities.
U.S.-based energy giant Chevron has revealed that its game plan during the Gulf of Mexico’s six-month hurricane season includes making sure its helicopters are ready to fly to and from the firm’s oil and gas platforms to lower the production disruptions should it become necessary to evacuate the offshore crew.
A gas leak in a contained area related to a turbine on the Equinor-operated Sleipner A offshore platform in Norway was reported on the morning of 11 July, resulting in parts of the field being shut down.
UK-headquartered oil and gas company United Oil & Gas (UOG) has revealed that its discovery, envisioned as a subsea tie-back in the Central North Sea, has been valued at £33.5 million on a risked basis, or £109.1 million on an unrisked basis.
Norwegian state-owned energy giant Equinor has initiated a shutdown of production at three fields on the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS) and revealed plans to do the same with four more, as a direct result of the strike action that offshore workers have undertaken due to a dispute over wage demands.
Norway-headquartered drone systems and services provider Nordic Unmanned has revealed that its compatriot state-owned energy giant, Equinor, is on the brink of becoming the first operator to carry out offshore logistics operations using drones.
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