Most Popular News of the Week Jan. 27 – Feb. 2, 2014
Rolls-Royce has won an order to provide integrated design and ship equipment for a highly innovative offshore vessel for Norwegian ship owner Island Offshore.
Havyard has made the “Lewek Inspector” available for everybody to see in detail. Online.
Dynacom, a Greece-based owner of the oil tanker “Kerala”, which went missing from the radar last week offshore Angola, said that it had re-established contact with the vessel on Sunday, January 26.
Finland’s Wärtsilä is letting a 1.000 employees go. The company said that the measure is necessary in order to secure future profitability and competitiveness.
The Azerbaijan International Operating Company (AIOC), operated by BP, announced the start-up of oil production from the West Chirag platform as part of the Azeri-Chirag-Gunashli (ACG) field development in the Azerbaijan sector of the Caspian Sea.
Norway’s Statoil announced that gas detection was reported on Statfjord C Platform in the North Sea at 03.30 Sunday morning.
Deepwater expenditure is expected to increase by 130%, compared to the preceding five-year period, totalling $260 billion (bn) from 2014 to 2018, with growth driven primarily by Africa and the Americas.
Qatar’s Gulf Drilling International and Occidental Petroleum have signed a five year contract for the jack-up rig ‘Al Wajba’.
Alaska’s Governor Sean Parnell is disappointed by Shell’s announcement that it will not be exploring off Alaska’s coast in 2014.