Popular news, March 1 – 8, 2015

Popuar news, March 1 - 8, 2015
A total of nine people died in an explosion that hit Cidade de São Mateus FPSO, offshore Brazil, in February


The most read article at Offshore Energy Today this past week was the one on BW Offshore recovering bodies of three Brazilian workers who went missing after an explosion on an FPSO in Brazil, on February 11, 2014. The final death toll from this incident stands at nine.

The second most popular article of the week was about the world’s largest jack-up rig setting sail from Singapore to Norway. Upon arrival, the rig, owned by Maersk Drilling, will drill for Statoil at the Gina Krog field.

You also read about a worker falling off a rig in Norway; Cal Dive filing for bankruptcy; The ex-Pieter Schelte vessel getting work in Norway; Spat between Mikhail Fridman and the UK over RWE Dea sale.

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1. Brazil FPSO Explosion: Death toll hits nine

2. PHOTO: World’s largest jack-up loaded. Sets sail to Norway

3. Worker suffers crush injuries on Transocean Barents

4. Cal Dive files for bankruptcy

5. Allseas’ Pioneering Spirit vessel lands Johan Sverdrup gig

6. UK sends ultimatum over RWE DEA UK sale

7. Maersk Voyager drillship hired to work off Ghana (Gallery)

8. ExxonMobil set to drill in contested waters off Guyana


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