An offshore worker killed in the Gulf of Mexico is named by the BSEE, as the investigation into the incident that caused his death gets fully underway.
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First oil has been achieved at the Gulf of Mexico Heidelberg field, 140 miles offshore Louisiana, operated by Texas based Anadarko Petroleum
Oil and gas supermajor, ENI, has announced that it has singed an agreement to explore and develop three new offshore oil fields in the Gulf of Mexico.
Super major Shell is nearing first oil from its latest offshore asset, the Turritella FPSO, which will become the world’s deepest production facility.
Huston based oil and gas producer, Marathon Oil, has announced that it has sold its offshore Gulf of Mexico assets, signalling the end or its US offshore operations.
Oil and gas super major, BP, has agreed a final settlement of $53.8 billion, with US authorities for the Gulf of Mexico, Deepwater Horizon, oil disaster.
French based subsea specialists, Technip, have won a further contract for infrastructure on the world’s deepest FPSO, in the offshore Stones oil field.
BP is to pay a record US$18.7 billion settlement to cover claims brought by the US government and five US states effected by the Deepwater Horizon.
The US Coast Guard has reported that a fire that had engulfed an offshore platform in the Gulf of Mexico, off Louisiana, has finally been extinguished.
BP and the oil services firms Halliburton and Transocean have settled all claims against each other over the 2010 Deepwater Horizon accident.
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
BP and the US government jointly announce the pair have come to agreement, ending BP’s US suspension, debarment and statutory disqualification.
A divided US appeals court has dismissed BP’s claims that current compensation system for Deepwater Horizon oil spill is leading to fictitious claims.