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DOF Subsea Secures Contract Extension

DOF Subsea UK Limited  has announced that its survey and positioning business in the U.K. and U.S. has been awarded an extension of a Master Service Agreement with

U.S. Crude Weakens in Spread Play Against Brent

U.S. crude futures gave back most of Tuesday's early gains as traders bet on the market's further weakening against benchmark Brent oil ahead of upcoming weekly inventory data.

Moscow: Ukraine Must Pay for Gas to Rebel-held Regions

Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Tuesday he believed Kiev should pay for the supplies of Russian gas to rebel-held regions of Ukraine, RIA news agency reports.

Former BP Boss Browne is DEA Chairman

Lord John Browne heads DEA's supervisory board * LetterOne co-owners Fridman, Khan also join * Unit changes name to DEA Deutsche Erdoel AG FRANKFURT, March 3 (Reuters) - DEA,

U.S. West Coast Gasoline Prices Soaring

Retail prices for regular gasoline in West Coast states rose a record 37.2 cents a gallon since last week to $3.12 a gallon on Monday, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) said.

Philippines Suspends S.China Sea Drilling

MANILA, March 3 (Reuters) - The Philippine government has suspended all exploration work at the Reed Bank in the South China Sea "until further notice", a unit of Philex Petroleum Corp said,

Environmentalists Cite Shell Lease in Seattle Port Suit

A coalition of environmental groups sued the Port of Seattle on Monday to stop the lease of a terminal to Royal Dutch Shell Plc's Arctic oil drilling fleet, arguing

Glencore 2014 Profit Falls on Commodity Prices

Glencore took an impairment charge of $1.1 billion on lower commodity prices on Tuesday as the miner and commodity trader posted a 2 percent fall in 2014 core profit, meeting analysts' forecasts.

BoE Warns Insurers of Fossil Fuel 'hit'

BoE: fossil fuel investors must assess value of reserves. Insurers may face a "huge hit" if they end up being wrongfooted by rule changes linked to climate change,

Nabors Reports Q4 Loss as Drilling Slows

Onshore and offshore driller Nabors Industries Ltd swung to a quarterly loss, hurt by a fall in drilling activity amid a slump in global crude prices. The company's shares fell 2.

Tensions Flare at Refinery Picket Lines

Personal friendships are turning sour as some workers cross picket lines in the lingering U.S. refinery strike, with companies pushing laborers to return to work

Holland America Line Appoints Geivett as Director, Social Media

  Holland America Line has hired Kathryn Geivett as director, social media. In this capacity Geivett’s primary responsibility will be to drive, plan and oversee

Faster Rotterdam-St Petersburg Link

  The Rotterdam (Netherlands)-based neutral consolidator FPS Famous Pacific Shipping has launched a new, weekly ocean LCL service from Rotterdam to St Petersburg

Maersk Drilling Secures Contract for Newest Drillship

Maersk Drilling was awarded a contract from eni Ghana Exploration and Production Ltd. for employment of the newbuild drillship Maersk Voyager.   The contract

Corvus Energy Wins Order for Battery Hybrid Ferries

Scandlines ferries designed with battery hybrid propulsion to operate on the Rostock-Gedser commercial route.    Corvus Energy, Siemens AS and Scandlines have

Elcome Enters Sales, Service Deal with JRC

Elcome International has signed a distribution agreement with Japan Radio Company (JRC) and its technology partner Alphatron Marine.   Under the agreement, the

Hornbeck Completes $114M Sale of OSVs to U.S. Navy

  Hornbeck Offshore Services has closed the sale of three 250EDF class OSVs to the U.S. Navy, the company announced today.   The three vessels were sold for cash consideration of $114 million,

Haven Marine Bags Back To Back Dockings

Despite a slow start to the year, Haven Marine Services reports it is now seeing a change in fortunes with two dockings for Svitzer in quick succession, with one

Lithuania May Not Extend Long-Term Deal with Gazprom

Lithuania may not extend its long-term natural gas import deal with Russia's Gazprom after the current one expires at the end of 2015, as it has gained access to global LNG markets,

Ecosse Subsea Land Seabed Clearance Contract

Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) has signed a Letter of Intent with ABB for a seabed clearance and trenching project in the north of Scotland.   The Aberdeenshire-based

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