Marine And Subsea

Seadrill orders another rig

THE strengthening offshore drilling market has prompted Norwegian offshore rig operator Seadrill to order...

  • Marija Stojkovic
  • 13 April 2012
  • 16:15
Keppel to build more rigs for Brazil exploration

Keppel to build more rigs for Brazil exploration

THE resurgence of activity offshore Brazil is proving to be winner for Keppel Offshore and Marine with...

  • Marija Stojkovic
  • 13 April 2012
  • 16:15
Otto's Loch Roag heads to North Sea

Otto's Loch Roag heads to North Sea

ABERDEEN-based marine and subsea services shipping company Seahold Geoships has extended its fleet with...

  • Marija Stojkovic
  • 13 April 2012
  • 16:15
Farstad vessels to roam Australian seas

Farstad vessels to roam Australian seas

NORWEGIAN charter company Farstad has won a string of contracts in Australia totalling $NOK300 million...

  • James McGrath
  • 12 April 2012
  • 16:30
Forte getting set for Gorgon

Forte getting set for Gorgon

FAIRSTAR Heavy Transport is making steady progress with its Forte vessel, which will service Chevron's...

  • Marija Stojkovic
  • 11 April 2012
  • 16:45
Flowing out

Flowing out

CHAMPAGNE bottles have been swinging at the Dutch shipyard Damen with three vessels heading to customers....

  • Noel Dyson
  • 05 April 2012
  • 16:45

Keppel gets $S170 million contract

SINGAPOREAN Keppel Shipyard has won two floating production storage and offloading vessel upgrading projects...

  • Marija Stojkovic
  • 05 April 2012
  • 16:45
Another new jack-up heads to Qatar

Another new jack-up heads to Qatar

QATAR'S Gulf Drilling International has ordered a $US218 million ($A212 million) Pacific Class 400 jack-up...

  • Marija Stojkovic
  • 05 April 2012
  • 16:30
Rough water research begins

Rough water research begins

RESEARCH into how ships and offshore structures could work more effectively in volatile ocean conditions...

  • Alison Middleton
  • 04 April 2012
  • 17:00
A moving story

A moving story

PROVIDING a dedicated marine representative to a multi-client exploration drilling program off the Falkland...

  • Noel Dyson
  • 04 April 2012
  • 16:45
Sembcorp to build another tough semi-sub

Sembcorp to build another tough semi-sub

SEMBCORP Marine has won a $US568 million ($A543 million) contract to build a harsh environment ultra...

  • Marija Stojkovic
  • 04 April 2012
  • 16:30
Worth its weight

Worth its weight

CONOCOPHILLIPS is trying to make its Ekofisk L accommodation facility as light as possible. To this end...

  • Noel Dyson
  • 30 March 2012
  • 17:15
The green dream turned nightmare

The green dream turned nightmare

Slugcatcher breaks down Australia's energy crisis into component parts.

Jay Plan rearranging chairs on Titanic

Jay Plan rearranging chairs on Titanic

Kopcheff warns Victoria and NSW are following the same path as his struggling home state, SA.

Empire strikes the good oil

Empire strikes the good oil

Empire tells Energy News how it found oil in an overlooked reservoir while drilling for gas.

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Slugcatcher and the risk of a price war

Slugcatcher and the risk of a price war

The Slug looks at CERAWeek 2017.

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Jay Plan rearranging chairs on Titanic

Jay Plan rearranging chairs on Titanic

Kopcheff warns Victoria and NSW are following the same path as his struggling home state, SA.

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Expert slams 'Aussie Aramco' solution

Expert slams 'Aussie Aramco' solution

Wood Mackenzie expert slams state-owned oil company idea as solution to energy woes.

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