The recent protests by environmental activist around the port of Seattle, left an ironic consequence- environmental damage from protesters
USA Development | Offshore Post
Chevron’s massive Gulf of Mexico tension-leg platform (TLP) Big Foot is to be moved to sheltered waters after its subsea installation tendons sustained damage.
The US National Transportation Safety Board blames Shell’s inadequate planning for the 2012 grounding of the Kulluk, in seas close to Alaska.
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.
The US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has given approval to Shell’s revised exploration programme for the Chukchi Sea, offshore Alaska
LLOG, the Louisiana-based oil firm, has started production at its Gulf of Mexico deepwater hub, the Delta House floating production system (FPS).
Royal Dutch Shell’s revised drilling plan for exploring oil opportunities in the Arctic is now under formal review by the US Department of the Interior.
Proposals for new offshore well control regulations have been unveiled by U.S. Secretary of the Interior, Sally Jewell, enhancing standards for BOP’s
Norwegian state Oil and Gas company, Statoil, has announced that it has discovered oil at its Miocene Yeti prospect in the US Gulf of Mexico.
Production has started at ExxonMobil’s deepwater natural gas project, Hadrian South, in the Gulf of Mexico, expected to produce 300 million cubic feet of gas
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
Shell has announced its interest in the Gulf of Mexico’s deep waters, following a significant new sector opening completed earlier in the year