Major awards for new McDermott flash ship vessel DLV 2000, will see the industry leading subsea construction vessel work offshore Australia throughout 2016.
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Clough win world’s biggest offshore hookup, after Samsung Heavy Industries award them the contract for giant Ichthys offshore LNG project.
Shell’s giant Prelude FLNG project is nearing completion, as the oil and gas supermajor releases an updated video of the $12.6 billion project.
Wood Group have confirmed a second contract win on the giant offshore Browse FLNG project, Australia, that will see them supply FEED on subsea infrastructure.
Wood Group have won a longterm contract from ConocoPhillips, for oil, gas and LNG work, offshore Australia. The contract also covers work offshore Timor Leste.
Pipeline connection specialists, Hydratight, have secured a long term contract with Subsea7 for work offshore Australia, on the Ichthys subsea pipeline.
Oil and gas super major, BP, has been refused a licence to drill offshore Australia, after regulators claimed the company’s environmental plan was insufficient
Offshore maritime support company, MMA Offshore, has announced a contract win with oil and gas production firm Woodside Energy, offshore Australia.
Dutch based SBM Offshore, have announced a contact win for the turret design of three FLNG vessels, as part of Woodside Energy’s Browse project, offshore Australia.
The mega merger of oil and gas super majors Royal Dutch Shell and BG Group, has hit the buffers, after Australian regulators raise concerns.
LNG specialists Oil Search have slammed the A$11.6 Billion takeover offer by rival Australian firm Woodside Energy, as the board unanimously rejecting it.
BHP Billiton’s president for petroleum, has hinted at the possibility that one of the firm’s offshore discoveries is looking to be a major oil find.
Australian based Woodside Petroleum has made a move to acquire is smaller Australian rival Oil Search for A$11.6 billion (US$8.1bn).
Multinational offshore drilling contractor, Stena Drilling, has pleaded guilty in an Australian court, over the deaths of two offshore drillers.
ExxonMobil has successfully completed its drilling campaign ahead of schedule, in its Turrum field, part of the Kipper Tuna project offshore east Australia.