Partrederiet International Offshore Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Norwegian vessel owner Solstad Offshore, has sold two of its laid-up offshore vessels.
Equinor and license partners Repsol Sinopec Brasil and Petrobras have approved the development concept for the BM-C-33 gas/condensate project in the Campos basin presalt offshore Brazil.
As the United States moves forward rapidly to develop the offshore wind energy market, there is an emerging opportunity for U.S.-flagged vessels to support the industry. U.S.-based Crowley and Danish shipping company ESVAGT are forming a partnership to meet the need for service vessels. The venture will work to develop a best-in-class design and deliver wind-dedicated, U.S.-flag Service Operation Vessels (SOV).
Guyana, a country that has become a deepwater oil and gas exploration hotspot mostly due to a string of discoveries made by ExxonMobil in recent years, is set for a record year when it comes to the number of offshore wells expected to be drilled in 2021, Rystad Energy said in a report Friday.
Swift Drilling has recently secured a long-term contract by Wintershall Noordzee, for the use of the jack-up rig Swift 10 for a plug and abandonment campaign in the Dutch and German sections of the North Sea.
A new company called Nicola Offshore specializing in marine survey campaigns and on-demand missions has started operations from its headquarters in Hamburg, Germany on Monday.
As it moves forward with plans for an IPO, offshore wind services firm Edda Wind has ordered two commissioning service operation vessels (CSOVs), adding to a series of four which are already under construction. The hybrid-powered ships are intended to accept later installation of hydrogen-fueled power sources, giving the operator a measure of future-proof security.
BP has produced first gas from the Raven field in the Mediterranean Sea, offshore Egypt.
Offshore drilling contractor Shelf Drilling has landed a three-year contract for one of its jack-up drilling rigs with Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) in India.
Norway's Solstad Offshore has signed a contract with TAQA Bratani Limited for the platform supply vessel Sea Flyer.
Ampelmann and C-Job Naval Architects have joined forces to develop a one-of-a-kind offshore wind feeder vessel concept with motion compensation technology, specifically suited for the rigorous demands of operating off the east coast of the United States of America.