Popular news, May 11 – 17, 2015

Shell-operated Polar Pioneer rig reaches Seattle (Photo by Conor Musgrave)
Shell-operated Polar Pioneer rig reaches Seattle (Photo by Conor Musgrave)

News on Subsea 7 announcing it will have to let go 2.500 workers was the most read article on Offshore Energy Today this past week.

You also read about the Dockwise Vanguard heavy lifter loading and sailing away with the Armada Intrepid FPSO.

Among the popular articles were videos of a new offshore gangway solution from the Netherlands, as well as a story (a movie?) on Anadarko’s Lucius development in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, from square one to the first oil.

Furthermore, you could read about Shell’s offshore drilling rig reaching Seattle, where it was welcomed by protesters; BP appointing an ex-MI6 Chief to its board of directors; Bourbon’s crew being released after having been capture by pirates; Arendal Spirit FPSO reaching Brazil after a very long journey…

 

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Subsea 7 wields axe. 2.500 workers set to lose job

Video: Heavy load for world’s largest heavy lift and transportation vessel

Photo: ‘Dockwise Vanguard’ leaves Rotterdam loaded with FPSO

New offshore gangway solution from The Netherlands (VIDEO)

Lucius: From design to first oil (Video)

Protesters greet Shell’s drilling rig as it docks in Seattle

Bourbon’s crew set free after kidnapping in Nigeria

‘Arendal Spirit’ reaches Brazil (VIDEO)

BP names ex-MI6 Chief to its Board

 

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