Most popular articles of the week, September 1 – 7, 2014
No jobs in the U.S. cracked the list of highest paying this year.
A jack-up rig, described by the owner and its builder as the largest of the type in the world has set upon a 12,345 nautical miles journey.
Africa is on an upward growth curve, and investors are optimistic about the potential for growth in the oil and gas sector, EY writes in its report
The United States District Court for the Easter District of Louisiana ruled that the discharge of oil in the Deepwater Horizon case in 2010, was the result of BP’s “gross negligence” and “willful misconduct”.
The Talisman-operated Yme platform has been sitting unmanned in the North Sea, offshore Norway, since mid-July, 2012, when Talisman decided to evacuate the personnel due to cracks found in the platform’s legs.
Every helicopter flying for the offshore oil and gas industry in the UK is now equipped with a new CAT-A Emergency Breathing System, the Step Change in Safety has revealed.
China’s Yiulian Shipyard will sell a semi-submersible floatel ordered by Jasper Investments, after the latter has failed to secure the cash needed to acquire the vessel.