Popular news, June 1 – 7, 2015

The most popular article on Offshore Energy Today in the first week of June was a story about production delay from Chevron’s Big Foot platform due to damage to subsea installation tendons.

This was followed by Statoil’s Energy Perspectives 2015 report that outlines a possible way to meet the 2-degree target which was followed by a report that BP will be shutting down one of its Caspian Sea oil production platforms.

In addition, you also read about the vessel Skandi Africa which won the ‘Ship of the Year’ award, reorganization at Apache Corporation, Shell’s drilling rig Kulluk and a report that said the company is indeed responsible for its 2012 grounding, Saudi Aramco slashing dayrates for three Hercules Offshore’s rigs, and new oil and gas services company that was launched in Aberdeen.

 

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Chevron: Damage delays Big Foot production

 

Statoil: Without a change of course everyone will lose, including O&G industry

 

Reuters: BP to shut Chirag platform

 

‘Skandi Africa’ wins ‘Ship of the Year’ award

 

Reorganization at Apache Corporation

 

Report: Shell responsible for Kulluk grounding

 

Saudi Aramco slashes dayrates for three Hercules Offshore’s jack-ups

 

EnerQuip: New oil and gas services company launched in Aberdeen

 

Offshore Energy Today Staff

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