Eni Norge announced it has resumed production on the Goliat field early on Tuesday and expects full production to be reached soon, with full reinjection of gas and produced water.
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Offshore oil production has been hit further as Eni Norge is pushed improve operations at the Goliat Arctic field, shut down and evacuated over a power failure in August.
Norway is planning to review offshore safety rules after “repeated failures” at Eni’s Goliat platform in the Barents Sea, media sources have reported.
Oil production from the giant Barents Sea field Goliat has yet to resume following a power outage and production shutdown last Friday.
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.
Oil supermajor Eni has reportedly written down the value of its Goliat offshore Arctic oil field by 6.6 billion NOK (£558.68 million).
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.
More safety breaches at ENI Goliat Arctic oil field have been reported by the Norwegian offshore regulator, Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA).
The Goliat offshore Arctic oil field has been given the green light for production startup by Norwegian regulators, the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA).
The Norwegian offshore oil and gas safety regulator, Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA), has hit out at Italian based operator ENI, over its Goliat FPSO.
The world’s most northern offshore oil field, the Goliat, operated by ENI, is expected to finally see its first oil within weeks, after being plagued by years of delays.