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.
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Norway is planning to review offshore safety rules after “repeated failures” at Eni’s Goliat platform in the Barents Sea, media sources have reported.
The Norwegian offshore safety body, Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) has given ExxonMobil and Statoil consent to use two oil fields in the North 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.
An oil well control incident was the result of multiple safety breaches onboard the Visund Platform, according to Norwegian offshore regulators.
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.
Wintershall starts drilling offshore with Borgland Dolphin drilling rig, as the oil and gas producer continues to explore the North Sea offshore Norway.
More safety breaches at ENI Goliat Arctic oil field have been reported by the Norwegian offshore regulator, Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA).
Bideford Dolphin is to drill offshore North Sea for Statoil after the Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) give the nod for work drilling work to start.
Norway’s Petroleum Safety Authority have reported numerous safety violations onboard the brand new, $2.5 billion, Statoil Valemon Platform.
A fire that broke out on a Norwegian offshore FPSO, was caused by a mixture of design errors and faulty operation of the HVAC system.
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 Statoil operated Gullfaks Bravo oil and gas platform, has failed a recent inspection, from Norway’s Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA), and given a non-conformity.
Norway’s offshore safety regulator, the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA), have released their report into the 2014 Eldfisk offshore oil spill.