Oil and gas services firm Petrofac, has announced a contract win from offshore oil and gas super major Shell, worth millions for services in Iraq.
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Shell have announced first gas from its latest offshore gas platform, the Malampaya, capable of supplying 30% of the Philippines total natural gas demand.
Shell, have announced first oil from the third phase of its giant offshore oil field- the Bonga, Nigeria, with a peak production expected around 50,000 barrels of oil.
French based subsea specialists, Technip, have won a further contract for infrastructure on the world’s deepest FPSO, in the offshore Stones oil field.
Royal Dutch Sell has walked away from further offshore drilling in US Arctic waters, as exploration wells prove little reserves, and exploration costs spiral.
The mega merger of oil and gas super majors Royal Dutch Shell and BG Group, has hit the buffers, after Australian regulators raise concerns.
Offshore subsea specialists DeepOcean have won a contract, with super major Royal Dutch Shell, to provide survey services throughout the North Sea.
Offshore seismic survey contractor, Polarcus, has been awarded a contract from Shell to undertake a full 3D seismic survey offshore Burma.
The mega merger £47 billion between oil giants Royal Dutch Shell and BG Group has cleared its biggest hurdle- passing European antitrust regulators.
Actress Emma Thompson joined protests today (2 September), alongside Greenpeace activists over Shell’s offshore Arctic drilling campaign.
The Nigerian division of Royal Dutch Shell, have declared force majeure as its forced to shutdown two of Nigeria’s biggest oil pipelines.
Shell, has singed a contract with Prosafe, chartering the semisubmersible accommodation barge, Prosafe Regalia, for work on the Brent Charlie.
Malaysian oil and gas national, Petronas, has taken control of Royal Dutch Shell’s 50% stake in MLNG Dua, an LNG plant in the Malaysian state of the Sarawak.
Royal Dutch Shell has received the final permit from US authorities, allowing it to drill the final sections of its offshore Arctic wells, into oil bearing rock.
US Coast Guard, has announced that it will fine environmental the protesters that blocked one of Royal Dutch Shell’s vessels from leaving Portland last month.