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Total E&P is the first to use Reflex Marine’s newly developed FROG-XT4 on the Odudu field in Nigeria.
The French operator purchased the crew transfer device
AVEVA launches a new application for governing asset information using a standards-based methodology.
AVEVA announced the launch of AVEVA Information Standards Manager (AVEVA ISM),
Russia has not ditched plans to privatize its top oil producer Rosneft and VTB bank even if they have been sanctioned by the United States, Interfax news agency
The Nigerian naira closed unchanged against the dollar on the interbank market on Wednesday, after two days public holiday to mark a Muslim festival, supported
U.S. crude stocks fell more than forecast last week, while gasoline stocks increased and distillate inventories rose less than expected, data from the Energy Information
Today in U.S. Naval History - July 30
1918 - Units of First Marine Aviation Force arrive at Brest, France
1941 - Japanese aircraft bomb USS Tutuila (PR-4) at Chungking,
Greece's biggest oil refiner Hellenic Petroleum reported a larger-than-expected second quarter loss on Wednesday, hurt by weak margins and volatility in crude oil markets.
Russia's Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday that sanctions imposed by the European Union over the crisis in Ukraine will "inevitably" lead to higher energy prices in Europe.
Using its DeepData pods, Fugro has delivered a high-quality motion dataset from the BOP stack and lower riser of two deepwater wells in the Barents Sea.
Classification society ClassNK announced that it will participate in a joint project together with Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. and MES Technoservice Co.
Corals that build reefs have few defenses against rising ocean temperatures and other effects of global climate change. Among the most important are dense populations
Russia's second largest natural gas producer Novatek said on Wednesday it was assessing the impact of U.S. sanctions on the financing of joint investment projects.
Brent crude oil steadied below $108 a barrel on Wednesday, weakened by ample supplies but supported by worries over geopolitical risks.
While there has been
On August 1, Hamburg Süd will open an office in Nanjing, China, to be headed by general manager Steven Pu. Hamburg Süd now operates from 20 locations in Greater China.
A Florida family scavenging for sunken treasure on a shipwreck has found the missing piece of a 300-year-old gold filigree necklace sacred to Spanish priests, officials said on Tuesday.
Germany's Environment Agency said it wanted to make fracking practically impossible to head off the risk that the technique for extracting gas could contaminate groundwater with chemicals.
A joint gas trading platform between the French exchange Powernext and German peer EEX will expand to British spot gas products on Oct. 15, the two exchanges said on Wednesday.
Louisiana-based boat manufacturer Metal Shark announced it has commenced operations at its new shipyard, where the first of its recently announced Endurance-class catamarans is now in production.
Norway, an exporter of oil and gas technology and food products to Russia, said on Wednesday it planned to join the program of economic sanctions the European Union is imposing on Moscow.