Aker BP has awarded Subsea 7 a major contract for the Hod Field Development Project, located in the North Sea.
Williams has reached an agreement with the proponents of the Anchor field to provide offshore natural gas transportation services.
Royal Dutch Shell is trying to sell its interest in two oilfields and two pipelines in Norway.
CRC-Evans Pipeline International has released its newly developed Orbis™ Offshore Internal Welding System.
All relevant pipeline construction permits have been attained for the Baltic Pipe Project after the Swedish government approved construction within its territory.
Saipem has been awarded a contract worth approximately €280 million (US$303 million) to construct a natural gas pipeline between Denmark and Poland.
New analysis says cuts to oil and gas investment budgets will result in a major reduction in greenfield tenders for contractors to compete for.
Amid uncertainty and health risks, robust and accurate screening of COVID-19 for offshore activities is more vital than ever, says SSI Energy.
The International Pipeline and Offshore Contractors Association (IPLOCA) has cancelled its annual convention, planned for 14-18 September 2020 in Prague, Czech Republic.
John Wood Group plc (Wood) will provide engineering services for Chevron’s Anchor deepwater project in the Gulf of Mexico.
Centrica and CELSE have collaborated to commission the first private liquified natural gas (LNG) import terminal in Brazil, South America.
A major milestone has been reached by the reel-lay vessel Seven Vega for Subsea 7.
McDermott International has been awarded a large contract for BHP’s Ruby Project offshore Trinidad and Tobago.
STATS Group has completed an extensive pipeline isolation campaign for an operator in Malaysia.
The Voivode of the West Pomerania province has issued a location decision for the Polish part of the Baltic Pipe offshore pipeline.
Offshore oil and gas spending is anticipated to grow this year off the back of a strong 2019, according to an energy consultant.
Greece, Israel and Cyprus have signed an agreement to construct the world’s largest subsea gas pipeline.
Premier Oil is set to make more than US$800 million in acquisitions, including the purchase of BP’s North Sea offshore interests.
Woodside’s A-6 Development offshore Myanmar has entered the pre front end engineering and design (FEED) phase.
Boskalis has been awarded a contract to construct a new subsea gas pipeline in Denmark.
The Balticconnector pipeline will be ready for commercial use as of 1 January 2020.
Iran is building a US$1.8 billion oil pipeline to the Gulf of Oman in an effort to protect its exports.
A prominent player in the oil and gas industry has executed a series of agreements that will see it offload assets worth billions of dollars.
Corinth has been awarded two major contracts in Europe, with customers taking advantage of the company’s world-class pipe manufacturing expertise.
TAP has entered a critical stage with construction of its offshore section beginning.
Spiecapag has released a video of the company’s construction of a section of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP).