Popular news, April 13 – 19, 2015

The Draupner platformThe most read article on Offshore Energy Today last week was our interview with Rabobank’s industry analyst, Richard Brakenhoff. 

Namely, Dutch bank Rabobank issued a report recently titled: “Offshore energy: Short-term dip, long-term rise”, providing their insight into the current market conditions.

Brakenhoff shared his views about the drop in oil prices, the effects of oil and gas supply from USA, Saudi Arabia and Iran and much more.

Our coverage of new round of redundancies at Norway’s oil giant Statoil is the next one on the list of the most popular news of the week. Next up was Hannon Westwood’s insight into the recent deal whereby Shell will buy BG Group for $70 billion.

You also read about Bourbon’s three men being kidnapped offshore Nigeria, Unite warning Shell and BG against job cuts and Greenpeace leaving Shell’s Arctic-bound oil Rig Polar Pioneer.

 

Scroll down for more popular news of the week:

Offshore energy: Short-term dip, long-term rise (Interview)

Statoil in new round of staff cuts

Hannon Westwood: What Shell’s takeover of BG means for North Sea?

3 men kidnapped offshore Nigeria, Bourbon confirms

Unite warns Shell and BG against job cuts

Ophir: Not all is bad when oil prices go down

Greenpeace leaves Shell’s Arctic-bound rig

Statoil board member resigns

Offshore Energy Today Staff

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