Popular news, May 4 – 10, 2015

The image above, shared on Twitter, apparently shows the affected rig, leaking oil into the sea. Source: twitter.com/InfoMedia_mx
The image above, shared on Twitter, apparently shows the affected rig, leaking oil into the sea. Source: twitter.com/InfoMedia_mx

Dear readers, as every week, we’re bringing you a list of the most popular stories on Offshore Energy Today.

Unsurprisingly, the most popular story was the one on a fatal accident offshore Mexico, in which two workers died after a jack-up rig tilted due to a fault in one of its legs.

The second most read article was on a whopping number of 100.000 people left without work since the start of the oil price collapse mid-last year.

You also read, and watched a video, about Chevron’s historic accomplishment offshore Australia, where the California-based company installed a giant platform for the Wheatstone gas project.

Similarly to the previous week, news on job losses, and attempts by the unions to stop the cuts, were among the most read. A CEO of an oil company lost his job too. Scroll down for more.

 

Another fatal accident offshore Mexico

 

DW: Almost 100.000 oil workers out of work due to oil price plunge

 

VIDEO: Chevron installs Wheatstone topsides (Australia)

 

North Energy CEO fired

 

WorleyParsons axes more than 2000 jobs

 

Ensco scores two rig contracts in Middle East

 

SBM Offshore trims headcount

 

As oil price recovers, Unite demands industry halts job cuts

 

New operator for Qatar’s largest offshore oil field? Invitations sent

 

Archer to let more workers go

 

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Offshore Energy Today Staff

 

 

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