Popular news, March 16 – 22, 2015
The most popular article during the week of March 16 – 22, 2015 was about Transocean sending more rigs to the scrapyard.
The rig decommissioning story was followed by a piece on an incident in the UK North sea, where a supply vessel crashed into a platform.
You also read about Chevron’s giant Big Foot platform leaving towards its offshore location in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico; our interview with Ms. Fiona MacAulay, COO at Rockhopper; UK Chancellor Osborne’s North Sea tax cuts.
UK offshore unions preparing for strike; Expro and Nexen cutting workforce, Iran kicking off production at the South Pars; also sparked your interest.
Scroll down for more popular news:
- Transocean sends another four rigs to scrapyard
- Vessel hits North Sea platform. Workers evacuated
- Photo: Chevron’s giant Big Foot platform en route to offshore location
- Nexen axes 400 jobs
- Expro slashes jobs in Aberdeen. Responds to market downturn
- ITF questions Chevron’s safety procedures after workers left trapped on Barrow Island
- Interview: ‘Sea Lion’ on track, Rockhopper COO says
- Chancellor Osborne cuts North Sea oil & gas taxes
- Iran inaugurates Phase 12 of South Pars field
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Offshore Energy Today Staff