Wood Group announced today it has secured a contract to provide engineering, procurement, construction and maintenance services to the Hibernia platform offshore Canada, the world’s largest oil platform.
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Malaysia’s Petronas is allegedly considering the sale of its majority stake in the British Columbia liquefied natural gas (B.C. LNG) plant, media sources reported.
Royal Dutch Shell has failed to find any commercially viable hydrocarbons at its first exploration well offshore Canada.
The Canada-Newfoundland & Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board announced Husky Energy has reported a spill of hydraulic fluid into the environment last week
The LNG Canada Joint Venture (JV) announced today it has decided to delay the final investment decision (FID) on the Canada LNG project.
Shell is to restart offshore drilling operations in Canadian waters, with the Stena IceMAX drillship, after authorities gave the green light following a recent incident.
A pipeline owned by ConocoPhillips Canada has spilled nearly 2,400 barrels of condensate within a key wildlife and biodiversity area, the company informed.
Statoil and its partners have finalised a 19-month exploration drilling programme offshore Newfoundland, in Canada.
Oil sands producers Canadian Natural Resources and Cenovus Energy have been forced to shut down production and evacuate all workers as wildfires rage on.
Oil production gets back on track Canada’s oil sands, as producers restart operations; although the wildfire continues to spread.
The sudden movement of the massive wildfire around the oil sands hub in Fort McMurray, Canada, has prompted the evacuation of 4,000 people from work camps.
Canada is seeing a major cut in oil output, as its oil sands industry shuts down production following the massive wildfires that have caused devastation. The wildfires have destroyed over 10% of the homes and buildings in Fort McMurray. Production is expected to resume “soon”, when it is “absolutely safe”, Alberta’s Premier told Associated Press. “The majority of production has stopped, certainly not all of it, but the majority”, said Rachel Notley after meeting company officials to discuss impact. “If that were to continue for a month or two you would start to see measurable outcomes to our GDP”, she added. Canada Forced To Shutdown Oil Production The head of Canada’s largest oil company Suncor, Steve Williams, said that approximately one million barrels per day went offline but some of that has already started to come back. Shell Canada has already managed to resume production at its Albian Sands mining operations, albeit at a reduced rate. The wildfire broke out a week ago and forced a third of Canada’s oil output offline, which was expected to be cause a major impact in its economy, already suffering with the downfall in oil prices. According to Alberta’s Premier, getting pipelines and electricity operation…
Viking Supply Ships, an offshore oil and gas maritime support specialist, has announced the closure of its Canadian Office.
The 15th February marks the anniversary of the 1982 ODECO Ocean Ranger drilling rig disaster in which 84 offshore workers lost their lives.
Transocean has confirmed a contract win, securing 2 years offshore drilling work for their Henry Goodrich drilling rig in Canadian waters.