Maintenance & Shutdowns

Tesco buy Bo Gray

Tesco Corporation has announced its US$10.5 million acquisition of all of the assets and ongoing business...

  • Rebecca Keenan
  • 06 November 2002
  • 22:30

Schlumberger sell Reed-Hycalog

Schlumberger has agreed to sell its Reed-Hycalog business to Grant Prideco, Inc for a cash and stock...

  • 05 November 2002
  • 08:00

WA software firm wins big Woodside contract

A fledging WA software company has won a big design and upgrade contract with Woodside Petroleum.

  • 05 November 2002
  • 08:00

Keppel win swamp barge contract

Keppel Offshore and Marine has been awarded a $25 million contract to build a swamp barge for PT Apexindo...

  • Rebecca Keenan
  • 04 November 2002
  • 18:30

KBR pick up Algerian gas field contract

BP/ Sonatrach has awarded a contract for the engineering, procurement and construction of the In Amenas...

  • 04 November 2002
  • 08:00

New depth record for electro-hydraulic subsea tree

THE Expro Group has deployed its electro-hydraulic EXpress deepwater sub sea test string in a water depth...

  • Rebecca Keenan
  • 30 October 2002
  • 08:00

Parker Drilling posts loss

Parker Drilling Company has announced a net loss of US$8 million on revenues of over $100 million for...

  • Rebecca Keenan
  • 30 October 2002
  • 08:00

Yokogawa release web-based control system

YOKOGAWA Electric Corporation has launched a network-based control system, Stardom, intended for the...

  • 29 October 2002
  • 08:00

National Oilwell buys Hydralift

National Oilwell will take over fellow offshore equipment supplier, Hydralift ASA, following a successful...

  • 24 October 2002
  • 08:00

Fugro to promote Canadian airborne technology in Aust.

Australian survey company, Fugro Survey has signed up with Canada's Optech to develop market opportunities...

  • Rebecca Keenan
  • 22 October 2002
  • 08:00

Software boosts power industry safety

Regional Victorian company Sage Technology is hoping to lead a national push to protect maintenance workers...

  • Rebecca Keenan
  • 17 October 2002
  • 08:00

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