TotalEnergies and APA Corporation have encountered oil in the Sapakara South-1 well on Block 58 off the coast of Suriname.
Oslo-listed seismic player SeaBird Exploration has signed a letter of intent for a source vessel contract in the Western Hemisphere with an undisclosed operator.
Houston-headquartered McDermott has been awarded a contract from Santos for the Bayu-Undan infill well phase 3C project, in the Timor Sea, located around 500 km off the northwest coast of Darwin, Australia, and 200 km off the southeast coast of Timor-Leste.
In the latest example of an ocean carrier seeking to expand its business to realize opportunities in the emerging offshore wind industry, Taiwanese carrier U-Ming announced a new marine offshore joint venture.
One of the longest speculated mergers in Singapore marine – a bringing together of Keppel Offshore & Marine and SembCorp Marine – moved a step closer to reality on Thursday non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore a potential combination.
The contract, secured through its subsidiary, Japan Drilling Netherlands, includes two one-year options and is scheduled to start in the second quarter of 2022.
Maersk Drilling has struck a deal to sell its 2004-built drilling and production jackup rig Mærsk Inspirer to Havila Sirius, a subsidiary of Havila Holding, for a price of $373m.
Offshore accommodation provider Floatel International has been awarded a contract by Shell for semisub vessel Floatel Triumph in the Philippines.
A planned overhaul of how the world’s most important benchmark crude price is calculated has caused a surge in trading of swaps used to hedge North Sea oil prices.
Chapter 11 cases have been filed in the Southern District of Texas for Seadrill’s wholly-owned subsidiaries under the Asia Offshore Drilling brand.
One of the most famous rig builders in the world is exiting the business. Singapore’s Keppel Corporation has announced that Keppel Offshore & Marine, which is up for sale, will undergo a major restructuring which will see it exit the offshore rig building
The Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl) and Fugro are taking steps to make seabed research at the IJmuiden Ver offshore wind farm zone more sustainable.
Egyptian offshore driller ADES International has sealed a new contract for 1981-built jackup rig Admarine 5 in the Gulf of Suez.
Oil and gas company Lundin Energy came up dry in the Bask prospect in the Barents Sea following results from an exploration well drilled with the West Bollsta rig, which will now drill another well for Lundin.
HitecVision’s NEO Energy has entered into exclusive negotiations to buy ExxonMobil’s upstream assets located in the central and northern North Sea.
Frank Coles, Chief Executive Officer of the Wallem Group, has resigned and will be leaving the Wallem Group shortly, the company’s board confirmed.
Offshore driller Pacific Drilling has been awarded a new contract in Mexico by Petronas for 2013-built drillship Pacific Khamsin.
Maersk Drilling has received notice of early termination of convenience from Dana Petroleum for a one-well contract.
The company said some of the jobs were linked to the project for decommissioning the Brent Charlie platform, which was set to complete in the following two years.