Chevron’s troubled Bigfoot offshore production platform, has been towed back into shipyard as the investigation continues into its mooring troubles.
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The threat of industrial strike action could stop all work on Australia’s biggest industrial project, the US$54 billion offshore Gorgon LNG project.
Global oil major Chevron, has today announced that it is to move its entire North Sea offshore workforce to a new work rotation by January 2016.
Global oil and gas major Chevron is expected to start job cuts to it Huston based workforce within weeks, after workers received letters of notice.
BP has announced that the initial topside modules in its multi-billion pound West of Shetland Clair Ridge project have been safely installed by Heerema’s Thialf
Oil and gas major Chevron has confirmed its moving all of its staff working in the UK continental shelf on to a three week on three week off rotation.
Chevron’s massive Gulf of Mexico tension-leg platform (TLP) Big Foot is to be moved to sheltered waters after its subsea installation tendons sustained damage.
Chevron Australia has made another significant natural gas discovery in the Greater Gorgon area of the Carnarvon Basin, offshore north-west Australia.
Chevron has warned Ukraine’s government that it plans to withdraw from a $10 billion exploration project for shale gas that was agreed in 2013
Chevron’s New Zealand business has taken the licences for new blocks in a frontier oil basin where the sea ranges between 2,600 and 9,800 feet in depth
Chevron has begun operations at its new St Malo production rig, located in the Gulf of Mexico. The platform has cost over $8 billion in investment
Chevron has announced that it will be able to bring in 1,200 new workers for its Barrow Island, Western Australia development thanks to a new ‘Floatel’.