Offshore Energy

Subsea Data Logger and Controller Commissioned

WFS, NuStar and Precision Technologies complete commissioning of new subsea system for JAMSTEC: Seatooth S100, a subsea data logger and controller solution    For scientific purposes,

Lamprell to Implement Software for Automated Manufacturing

U.A.E based offshore jackup rig builder Lamprell Energy Ltd., will implement SSI's EnterprisePlatform software solution to allow its engineering team to automate manufacturing processes.

Statistics: The Perfect Storm

Maritime Employment: The next three to five years could be a defining era for the Maritime industry. That’s because, in the United States, demand for skilled/technical

Energy IQ

The price of oil: everyone seems to be fixated on it. That’s because it also seemingly drives every aspect of the offshore energy business. This includes OSV day rates,

Five Years on from Macondo

An interview with NOIA’s Randall Luthi provides unique perspective on where the offshore energy business has been, where it is now, and where it could be headed next.

Offshore O&G: Weathering the Storm

Vessels are stacked as Gulf oil operators retrench and day rates fall. In the Gulf of Mexico, vessels serving offshore oil-and-gas exploration and production are

New Current and Tidal Turbines Guidelines

International classification society and certification group Bureau Veritas has published a set of guidelines, NI 603, intended to help the development of current and tidal turbines.

U.S.: Stronger Response in South China Sea Needed

By releasing video of Beijing's island reclamation work and considering more assertive maritime actions, the United States is signaling a tougher stance over the

Petrobras Pays Bonus Despite Losses, No Dividend

Brazil's state-run oil company, Petroleo Brasileiro SA, will pay employees 1.04 billion reais ($331 million) in bonuses for 2014 despite recording its largest-ever

Report: Oil Discovered North of Falklands

Three oil companies said on Thursday they had discovered oil north of the Falklands, setting up potential further confrontation with Argentina which disputes British sovereignty over the islands.

Engie Eyeing Oil & Gas Deals

French gas and power group Engie (formerly GDF Suez) hopes to make acquisitions in the exploration and production of oil and gas in coming months, its head of International

Seadrill Sees Industry Pain Through 2016

Stock down nearly 5 pct; predicts tough market through 2016. Seadrill, the world's second biggest offshore oil driller, predicted years of pain for the global

Oil Steadies Ahead of U.S. Inventory Data

Dollar steadies after almost two weeks of strong gains. Oil prices steadied on Thursday after a two-day slide as investors awaited data from the U.S. Energy

Tidewater Reports Loss in 4Q

  Tidewater Inc. reported today a fourth quarter net loss for the period ended March 31, 2015, of $9.1 million, or $0.19 per common share, on revenues of $324.

Fugro Extends Contract with McDermott

  Fugro has been awarded a three-year extension to its existing contracts with McDermott Middle East, Inc. The contract covers the provision of survey, positioning,

Calif. Oil Spill Cited by Foes of Offshore Drilling Plan

Environmentalists urged California regulators on Wednesday to reject a proposed expansion of the only offshore drilling operation still permitted in state waters along the Santa Barbara coastline,

UTEC NCS Survey Completes West African AUV Operations

UTEC NCS Survey informs it has recently completed three months of AUV operations for a number of Saipem projects located in West Africa.    UTEC NCS performed

Prosafe CFO Larsen Resigns

Chief Financial Officer of Prosafe Management AS, Sven Børre Larsen, has decided to resign from his position to take on the role as Chief Financial Officer in TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company in Asker,

N-Sea Announces Expansion to Norwich

Subsea IMR provider, N-Sea Offshore Ltd has moved into new, Norwich-based premises as business continues to grow. An integral part of its growth strategy, the

Nigerian Union: Halliburton Strike Over

Local Nigerian staff at U.S. oil services company Halliburton have ended a nationwide strike over job cuts, a spokesman for one of two oil unions involved in the dispute said on Wednesday.

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