Norway’s Petroleum Safety Authority have reported numerous safety violations onboard the brand new, $2.5 billion, Statoil Valemon Platform.
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Offshore drilling continues for Statoil and Songa after the Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority granted permission to the two firms to drill an exploration well.
Statoil has awarded US$1 billion worth of long-term offshore work to companies servicing its oil and gas platforms on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
Prosafe has won more Statoil work on the offshore Mariner development, although the work scheduled to start in 2016 has been moved back to 2017.
One offshore worker has been confirmed dead and two injured after a huge wave hit a North Sea drilling rig during a storm that lashed the area.
Statoil confirms offshore chemical leak at world first subsea gas compressors, in Gullfaks field, spilling thousands of litres of toxic chemicals to sea.
Statoil has cancelled its contract with Transocean, for the ultra deepwater drillship, the Discoverer Americas, due to lack of offshore drilling work.
Wood Group have won Statoil work worth US$400 million, creating 250 jobs in its Wood Group Mustang arm, according to the global oil and gas services giant.
Statoil has awarded almost US$2.8 billion in contracts to offshore companies for work on their Norwegian Continental Shelf assets.
Offshore subsea contractor, Ocean Installer, has secured further contracts with Statoil, that will see it replace subsea risers on the Troll C platform.
Statoil has awarded around NOK 2.5 billion (US$288 million) worth of contracts for subsea pipeline on its Johan Sverdrup offshore oil and gas field.
Statoil have awarded a contract to Isleburn, part of Global Energy Group, for fabrication work on the world’s first floating offshore wind farm.
Norwegian state owned oil and gas producer, Statoil, has confirmed an gas discovery 140 km (87mi) offshore Bergen, in the Norwegian North Sea.
Oil and gas super major, BP, has been refused a licence to drill offshore Australia, after regulators claimed the company’s environmental plan was insufficient
Offshore exploration companies have committed to spend around C$1.29 billion during the latest round of Canadian offshore oil and gas exploration licenses.