The Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy has approved the plan for development and operation of the Equinor-operated Johan Sverdrup Phase 2 project.
ConocoPhillips Skandinavia has permission from Norway’s Petroleum Safety Authority to use a new submarine cable at the Eldfisk complex in the southern Norwegian North Sea.
DeepStar has selected Upwing Energy and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to perform a feasibility and conceptual study of Upwing’s magnetic drive system for electric submersible pumps.
Petrobras has awarded McDermott International an EPCI subsea contract for the first-phase Sepia field development in the presalt Santos basin, 174 mi (280 km) offshore Rio de Janeiro state.
Equinor has permission from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate to start operations at the Trestakk field in license PL091 in the Norwegian Sea.
Ocean Power Technologies Inc.’s PB3 PowerBuoy deployed in the Adriatic Sea has produced more than one MegaWatt-hour cumulative energy to date.
Equinor has exercised its preferential rights to acquire an additional 22.45% interest in the Caesar Tonga oil field from Shell Offshore Inc. for $965 million in cash.
Rever Offshore (formerly Bibby Offshore) has deployed all four of its subsea vessels since the start of last month for projects in the UK North Sea.
Predator Oil & Gas Holdings has issued a prospective resources update and conceptual development plan for the Ram Head gas field offshore southern Ireland.
Worley’s INTECSEA consultancy has funding from the Oil & Gas Technology Centre for prototype testing of its Pseudo Dry Gas liquid removal system.
Cavitas Energy has secured funding from the Oil and Gas Technology Centre for a new solution for heavy oil.
ConocoPhillips Australia has awarded Technip Oceania Pty Ltd. an EPC contract to supply the subsea production system and associated installation support for the offshore Barossa project.
Aker BP and its partners in the Valhall field in the southern Norwegian North Sea have taken a final investment decision for the first phase of the Wellhead Platform Production Recovery project.
NUI, an independent hyperbaric research and test facility, has ordered two large hyperbaric pressure chamber systems from Optime Subsea.
Nexans has a Eur10-million ($11.2-million) contract to provide a power umbilical for Equinor’s latest life extension program for the Vigdis field in the Norwegian North Sea.
WFS Technologies has premiered what it claims is the world’s first subsea wireless edge network for real-time monitoring of subsea assets.
There is plenty of life remaining in the offshore sector over the decade ahead, according to analyst Rystad Energy.
BP has awarded TechnipFMC an integrated engineering, procurement, construction, and installation subsea contract for the Thunder Horse South Expansion Phase 2 project in the Gulf of Mexico.
BP has sanctioned development of the Thunder Horse South Expansion Phase 2 project in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico.
Expro has introduced two new well access solutions to its intervention system portfolio.
Airborne Oil & Gas will collaborate with SÃmeros Technologies to deliver what they claim will be the first qualified thermoplastic composite pipe risers for use in deepwater Brazil.
BMT has teamed up with Sonardyne to supply its riser monitoring system to Subsea 7 for use on the Aasta Hansteen field spar platform in the Norwegian Sea.
The Oil and Gas Authority has identified more than 30 technologies which it claims are critical for the future of the UK continental shelf.
Oceaneering has won an OTC Spotlight Award for subsea pumping technology.