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2D Seismic Survey Starts on Newgrange Prospect Off Ireland

August 19, 2014

Providence Resources P.l.c. announces that 2D seismic surveying operations have now commenced over Frontier Exploration Licence (“FEL”) 6/14 (“Newgrange”). The Newgrange prospect area lies in c. 1,000 metre water depth in the Goban Spur Basin and is located c. 260 km off the south west coast of Ireland. Providence Resources (80%) is Operator of this licence… Continue Reading »

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ABB to Provide UK Grid Connection for Phase I of MeyGen Tidal Project

August 19, 2014

ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, has been awarded a contract by Atlantis Resources Limited to provide the onshore grid connection for Phase I of the MeyGen tidal stream project in Scotland’s Pentland Firth. The MeyGen tidal stream project is at the forefront of world marine energy development and will harvest the tidal… Continue Reading »

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IWCF to Offer Free Online Well Control Course

August 19, 2014

Oilennium™ Ltd., a Petrofac Training Services (PTS) company that provides eLearning training services to the oil and gas industry, has been retained by the International Well Control Forum (IWCF) to produce a new eLearning course to explain the life cycle of a well, with primary emphasis on well control. The IWCF, which sets international training standards for well… Continue Reading »

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BASF MasterFlow 9500 Obtains DNV GL Certification

August 19, 2014

BASF A/S, the Danish legal entity of BASF’s Construction Chemicals Division, are the first company to obtain the Type Approval Certificate (TAC) from certifying body DNV GL for the company’s offshore grout MasterFlow 9500 used in the grouted connections of offshore wind turbine foundations. MasterFlow 9500 is an ultra-high strength, fatigue resistant grout which is… Continue Reading »

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$150 Million Convention Center Eyed For North Dakota Oil Patch

August 19, 2014

A subsidiary of real estate developer The Prime Group Inc said on Monday it plans to build a $150 million convention center in Williston, North Dakota, aiming to supply a world-class meeting space for the fast-growing oil boom community. The 16-story complex, which wouldn’t open until 2016 at the earliest and still needs funding and… Continue Reading »

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Norwegian Union Settles Oil Industry Workers’ Pay Dispute

August 19, 2014

Norwegian labour union SAFE accepted a pay deal for workers with oil service companies in the late hours of Saturday, calling off a strike that would have affected a Norwegian unit of Baker Hughes, an industry body said. Some 89 oil workers would have walked off the job from Sunday if the talks had failed,… Continue Reading »

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Sanctioned Rosneft’s Norway Work Goes Ahead With Statoil

August 19, 2014

Kremlin-controlled Rosneft said it is working with Norway’s Statoil to search for oil and gas off Norway, partnering a Western company despite sanctions. Rosneft and its head Igor Sechin were sanctioned by the West over Moscow’s involvement in Ukraine. The European Union banned equipment and technology exports for new projects in deep water, Arctic or… Continue Reading »

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Aquino Says Chinese Survey Ships Seen In Philippine Waters

August 19, 2014

Philippine President Benigno Aquino said two Chinese survey vessels had been sighted in a gas-rich area of its exclusive economic zone, raising concerns of heightened tensions in the disputed South China Sea. China claims almost the entire South China Sea, believed to be rich in deposits of oil and gas resources. Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines,… Continue Reading »

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Blue Offshore to Participate at Offshore Energy 2014

August 19, 2014

Blue Offshore announced that it will attend the Offshore Energy 2014 Exhibition and Conference in Amsterdam on 28 and 29 September 2014. Visitors at the stand number 9.048 will have the opportunity to learn more about Blue Offshore and their modular offshore equipment solutions and services. The Offshore Energy 2014 exhibition is a key meeting… Continue Reading »

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Mexico’s Pemex Poised To Import Light Crude From US

August 18, 2014

Mexico’s state-owned oil company, Pemex, is poised to abandon a decades-old devotion to self-sufficiency in crude oil, entering talks with U.S. companies about importing light crude from its northern neighbor, where output is booming. Chief Executive Emilio Lozoya said in an interview late on Thursday that Pemex was very likely to start importing light crude… Continue Reading »

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