Plains has commitments from shippers to expand the Sunrise pipeline by 180 miles.
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Eni has restarted operations from Viggiano's Val d'Agri Oil Center (COVA) following approval from the Regional Council of the Basilicata Region.
AS Norske Shell has received consent for the use of Island Constructor for the start-up of well 6407/9-G-5 on the Draugen field.
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Through a collaborative endeavour with the University of Strathclyde, Cavitas Energy (an academic partner of the (OGIC)) has launched a new downhole tool.
Sparrows Group has been awarded a three-and-a-half-year extension to its inspection services contract for Stena Drilling’s global fleet of drilling vessels.
Waitsia-4 was spudded on 10 July 2017 and is forecast to take approximately five weeks in total to complete.
The company has completed six wells and is drilling the seventh one. The average daily production exceeded 14 thousand tonnes of oil last June.
The World Petroleum Council (WPC) and ITN Productions have launched ‘Journey of the Drop 2017’, a news and current affairs-style programme.
SABIC has contracted RVA Group to oversee the decommissioning, demolition and dismantling of 10 redundant plants in the UK.
Woodfibre LNG Ltd has announced that its application to amend its environmental assessment certificate for the construction and operation of the Woodfibre LNG project has been approved.
In this roundtable, led by Petrotechnics, senior industry executives discuss what happens when process safety intent meets the reality of operations. This includes how we think we manage risk, how we actually manage it and how we can improve it practically and tangibly.
Enterprise and Navigator Gas have announced their plans to develop an ethylene marine export terminal.
Xodus Group has won a contract with Cairn Oil and Gas of Vedanta Ltd to conduct exploration and appraisal work on its Rajasthan block in north-west India over the next two years.
Trendsetter Engineering has successfully completed live well operations with their new 15 000 psi subsea hydraulic intervention system (referred to as STIM).
Protests have taken place at YMCA's Camp Birkett in Michigan to object construction of Energy Transfer Partners’ Rover pipeline.
DNO has resumed field appraisal drilling following extended testing of the Cretaceous and Jurassic reservoirs.