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June 27, 2022
RWE Renewables France and Bourbon Subsea Services announced the signing of a partnership agreement to jointly bid for the Mediterranean floating offshore wind auction.
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June 24, 2022
BP paid tax on its UK North Sea business in 2021 for the first time in at least six years, according to the company’s latest payments to governments report.
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June 2022
While the upstream market looks its best in three years, governmental interference continues to cause headaches. Herewith, we offer two examples from opposite sides of “the pond”—the U.S. and the UK.
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June 22, 2022
ABB has been contracted by engineering, procurement, and construction contractor Aker Solutions to deliver the main electrical, automation and safety systems for Norway’s Northern Lights project.
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June 20, 2022
Hydro Drilling Global, Inc. (HD), an affiliate of Hydro Drilling S.r.l., announced the signing of a distribution agreement with Nabors Drilling International Limited (NDIL), an affiliate of Nabors Industries Ltd. to market and deploy Nabors’ technologies and services in Europe and Africa.
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June 20, 2022
The UK government’s new windfall tax, imposed on companies supplying the nation’s oil and gas, may already be undermining the major investments need to keep Britain’s lights on, Offshore Energies UK has warned.
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June 15, 2022
Sanctions have led to a $237.5 billion decline in the Eastern Europe oil and gas project pipeline as restricted access to intermediate goods and international capital have halted the construction of numerous oil and gas projects.
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June 14, 2022
The NSTA has launched this carbon storage licensing round in response to unprecedented levels of interest from companies eager to enter the market.
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June 10, 2022
In a weekly online briefing during Thursday, DTEK CEO Maxim Timchenko discussed the progress made in rebuilding Ukraine’s energy and electricity infrastructure. He provided an update on energy sector operations and restoration of electricity supply amid the Russian invasion
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June 10, 2022
The Dutch Mining Council, an independent advisory body to the government, told the cabinet in a letter that it should consider tapping Groningen as an emergency measure to fill storage for the winter, with Russian supplies due to be stopped by the end of the year.
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June 09, 2022
The U.K. government got together with Shell Plc in London this week to talk up North Sea oil and gas, the latest sign of the country’s pivot back toward domestic fossil fuels since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
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June 09, 2022
The U.K. has given permission for new drilling in the countryside south of London to establish the size of a natural gas field, as the government seeks to boost domestic energy production due to price volatility amid Russia’s war in Ukraine.
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June 07, 2022
The U.S. has sent nearly three quarters of all its LNG to Europe in the first four months of 2022, with daily shipments to the region more than tripling from last year’s average, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said Tuesday.
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June 07, 2022
Sercel has announced the sale of a 15,000 channel WiNG system to Smart Seismic Solutions (S3), a French seismic and geophysical survey contractor, on Tuesday.
News
June 02, 2022
After extensive repairs and improvement work, Norway’s Hammerfest LNG is back in production after the fire in September 2020, Equinor announced. The first LNG is now on tank at Melkøya.
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June 02, 2022
Shell Plc won official consent to develop the Jackdaw natural gas field in the UK’s North Sea, eight months after the country’s regulator blocked the project on environmental concerns.
Article
June 2022
Recent moves by the UK government of Prime Minister Boris Johnson indicate that people in his regime must think that they can play both sides of the street, so to speak, when it comes to oil and gas policy, and get away with it. We are here to tell them that this is not practical, much less ethical and effective.
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June 01, 2022
Oil and gas exploration and production companies in the North Sea are set to miss out on billions of dollars of cash after the UK implemented a windfall tax on energy firms to tackle the rising cost of living.
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May 31, 2022
As he opened the COP26 climate talks in November, Boris Johnson warned “it’s one minute to midnight” in the race to slash planet-heating carbon emissions. His government has since announced £37 billion of funding focused squarely on subsidizing the consumption of energy -- much of it fossil fuels.
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May 31, 2022
Petrofac, a global energy industry services provider, has been selected by i3 Energy to provide well engineering, well operations and well operator services for its UK North Sea license areas.
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May 31, 2022
The OPEC+ coalition will likely hold firm to its oil production plans this week even as the European Union moves to sanction group member Russia, delegates said.
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