DNV GL, the certifying body for semi-submersible drilling rigs, announced it will review approximately 100 rigs following a fatal rig accident with the COSLInnovator rig in December 2015.
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China Oilfield Services (COSL) announced it has successfully completed the country’s first seismic survey operation in the Barents Sea today.
COSL Drilling Europe has received a safety order from the Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority following a fatal incident on board one of its rigs.
Court action could now see COSL Drilling face all 229 former offshore workers it made redundant, following a recent ruling.
A report on an incident that resulted on the fatality of one offshore worker, onboard the offshore drilling rig COSLInnovator, has been published today by Norwegian regulators.
A report into the fatal incident onboard the COSLInnovator drilling rig late last year, is due to be published later this week by the Petroleum Safety Authority.
Naughty step no longer for COSL drilling rig as Statoil removes its suspension, allowing the restart of offshore drilling at the North Sea Troll field.
230 job losses in wake of COSL rig termination, as the company is forced to stack the COSLInnovator drilling rig after a contract termination by Statoil
Statoil abusing COSL fatality claim unions, as their strongly worded statement stokes the escalating rig row between COSL Drilling and Statoil.
COSL Drilling in legal action threat against Statoil, as a row heats up after the Norwegian oil major scraps two drilling rigs from its North Sea operations.
Two offshore drilling rigs scraped from North Sea by Statoil, as the company continues to cut back on its offshore drilling activity in the Norwegian sector.
COSL Drilling wins North Sea work with ConocoPhillips, extending its ongoing charter for the COSLRival accommodation barge into the second half of 2016.
COSL have stated no faults with storm damaged COSL Innovator rig, as investigation continues in an incident which led to the death of one offshore worker
One offshore worker has been confirmed dead and two injured after a huge wave hit a North Sea drilling rig during a storm that lashed the area.
Statoil has confirmed that it will be laying up a submersible oil drilling rig in its Norwegian operation. The lay-up is the second confirmed by the company