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Goliath Installs Jacket Pin Piles at Baltic 2 Offshore Wind Farm

April 15, 2014

In an email statement the Company confirmed that the installation has been completed on the wind farm located about 32 km north of Ruegen Island in the western part of the Baltic Sea. As reNews reported, the jack-up vessel Goliath completed the work of driving the piles at the location of each of 41 jackets…. Continue Reading »

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Top 5 Advantages of getting Offshore Oil Rig Job

April 15, 2014

1. Good pay and benefits Although this career can be very tough, it is very rewarding. An entry level can earn US $50,000 – US $80,000 per annum and this only involves working 6 months out of the year. Other technical and professional positions can make US $70,000 – US $220,000 per annum. Most companies provides major medical insurance, life insurance,… Continue Reading »

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Aker Solutions Nets $2.3 Bln Subsea Equipment Contract in Angola

April 15, 2014

Aker Solutions won a contract worth $2.3 billion from Total to provide a subsea production system for the Kaombo Block 32 development in Angola. Aker Solutions will deliver 20 subsea manifolds and 65 vertical subsea wellsets. The order also includes associated controls as well as work-over and tie-in systems. The first deliveries are scheduled for… Continue Reading »

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Shipwreck from 1860 off Atlantic City to become historic site

April 14, 2014

ATLANTIC CITY – In their last desperate moments, with winds howling and waves crashing around them, crew members rushed below decks and frantically pushed blankets and bedding into the leaking hull. They hoped to keep the steamer Robert J. Walker afloat long enough to make land near Absecon Inlet Light, but were overwhelmed by the… Continue Reading »

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Deepsea Metro 1 Completes Drilling of Sunbird-1 (Kenya)

April 14, 2014

Pancontinental Oil and Gas NL advises that the Sunbird-1 well off the southern Kenyan coast has been completed and the well has intersected a hydrocarbon-bearing zone in the top of the Sunbird Miocene Pinnacle Reef. Analysis of the zone itself and recovered hydrocarbon samples are continuing. Analysis of the wireline log data and the fluid… Continue Reading »

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3 Types of Diving Helmets

April 14, 2014

Diving helmet have had a long history. It started in the 1820s with the first successful produced helmet was invented by the brothers Charles and John Deane. Improvements have been made and  features have been added to make it more functional for professional divers. Here are the 3 types of diving helmets 1. Standard Diving Helmet (Copper hat) Examples: US Navy… Continue Reading »

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“The Kaombo Project” in Angola – Offshore development decision made by Total

April 14, 2014

Final investment decision have been made by Total and its partners for the offshore Kaombo project in Angola. The expected production capacity is 230,000 barrels/day and the estimated reserves of 650 million barrels. This project will develop 6 of 12 discoveries made on Block 32, namely among the Gindungo, Gengibre, Canela, Mostarda, Louro, Salsa and… Continue Reading »

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Ohio Links Fracking With Earthquakes, Announces Tougher Rules

April 13, 2014

Recent small earthquakes in Ohio were likely triggered by fracking, state regulators said on Friday, a new link that could have implications for oil and gas drilling in the Buckeye State and beyond. In the strongest wording yet from the state linking energy drilling and quakes, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) said that… Continue Reading »

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Norway to Boost Oil Project Oversight after Cost Overruns.

April 13, 2014

Norway is growing increasingly intolerant of delays and cost overruns at offshore oil projects and plans to keep a closer eye on operators, intervening when necessary, the head of the oil directorate said. A growing number of inexperienced firms are working on projects, which is a big risk for the government because it offers big… Continue Reading »

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Aquaterra Energy delivers CSP solution offshore West Africa

April 13, 2014

Following successful conclusion of a design competition, work is well underway at Aquaterra Energy to design, fabricate and install a minimum facilities Conductor Supported Platform (CSP) for South Atlantic Petroleum Benin S. A. (SAPETRO), off the West African coast.  The contract was awarded following completion of a detailed pre-engineering design study by the Aquaterra Energy… Continue Reading »

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