Popular news, May 18 – 24, 2015

Popular news, May 18 - 24, 2015Last week, oil giant BP has announced that it will be switching to 3 on, 3 off rota starting January next year. This was the most read article on Offshore Energy Today this past week. 

Next up is a story about a worker who fell overboard from the Statoil-operated semi-submersible rig West Hercules offshore Canada.

You also read about BP, Halliburton and Transocean settling Macondo claims, a survey vessel catching fire and spurring evacuation of 84 people, and Transocean’s decision to further delay the delivery of its five newbuild jack-ups.

Furthermore, a story about an FPSO that started production 16 years ago also sparked your interest last week as well as the one on UK offshore workers’ strike ballot moving ahead.


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BP switches to 3 on, 3 off rota

Man overboard offshore Canada

BP, Halliburton, Transocean settle Macondo claims

Survey vessel Fugro Symphony catches fire, spurs evacuation

Transocean stalls delivery of five jack-up rigs once more

This FPSO started production exactly 16 years ago

UK offshore workers’ strike ballot goes forward

Rolls-Royce cuts 600 jobs. Norway hit the most

Protests against Shell in Seattle intensify

Oceaneering cuts ROV staff in Norway


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