After several years of delays, the first oil batch has finally been shipped from the Kashagan offshore field, located in the Caspian Sea.
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BP and its concession partners in Area 4 offshore Mozambique have entered a sales and purchase agreement for BP to buy 100% of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) produced by the Coral South Floating LNG facility.
Eni has upgraded the potential of the Baltim South West field in Egypt to 1 trillion cubic feet of gas in place following the results of the appraisal well Baltim South West 2X.
FMC Technologies has been awarded a subsea support service contract by Eni to work on a development project located offshore Angola.
Norway is planning to review offshore safety rules after “repeated failures” at Eni’s Goliat platform in the Barents Sea, media sources have reported.
Viking Supply Ships (VSS) announced it has received an early termination notice for a vessel contracted to work in the Barents Sea.
An offshore worker has been injured on Eni Norge’s Goliat Floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) unit in the Barents Sea, following an accident.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has granted Eni Norge a drilling permit for the Aurelia wildcat well, using the Scarabeo 8 drilling facility.
Repsol has handed over the last of its 93 leases in the Chukchi Sea, offshore Alaska, leaving Shell as the only leaseholder in the area.
Oil supermajor Eni has reportedly written down the value of its Goliat offshore Arctic oil field by 6.6 billion NOK (£558.68 million).
Technip has been awarded a major contract to develop a natural gas field in the Central Mediterranean Sea, offshore Libya.
First production at Arctic offshore Goliat Field from the world’s largest cylindrical FPSO, becoming the first oil field to reach production in the Barents Sea.
Successful production test at giant Zohr gas field, giving operators ENI the first conclusive data to the 30 trillion cubic feet elephant field’s potential.
More safety breaches at ENI Goliat Arctic oil field have been reported by the Norwegian offshore regulator, Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA).
Ocean Rig lose an offshore drilling contract with Italian oil and gas major ENI, as the global oil downturn continues to bite the offshore drilling industry.