TECHNOR ITALSMEA celebrates its 50th anniversary
“In 50 years, the company has grown from a local supplier to a worldwide actor recognized in the Oil and Gas and Petrochemical fields," said Giorgio Consolaro, TECHNOR ITALSMEA managing director.
Somalia’s petroleum minister announces 15 new offshore licenses on offer
Eager to demonstrate to the world that Somalia is open for business, the minister said the country is currently on an international roadshow which will showcase the exploration opportunities available in its hydrocarbons sector.
Fugro completes deepwater AUV surveys for Shell in US Gulf of Mexico
The project required data collection over multiple deepwater lease blocks in the greater Perdido and Mars development areas to support clearance of potential environmental, engineering, geological and archaeological hazards ahead of planned drilling activities.
Kongsberg Digital to digitalize Shell’s Nyhamna gas facility in Norway
Kongsberg Digital signed an agreement to digitalize the Nyhamna facility, a gas processing and export hub for Ormen Lange and other fields connected to the Polarled pipeline.
Elizabeth Warren’s shale shutdown proposal adds risk for operators, investors
Concern on Wall Street has been rising along with Warren’s poll numbers, with sectors such as financials, health care and industrials as well as energy identified among those at risk from her policy proposals.
Abu Dhabi seeks to shift oil markets with its own crude benchmark
Abu Dhabi wants to create a benchmark for Middle Eastern crude that competes for customers in Asia with exports from America’s shale boom. If the new contract for Murban crude takes off, it could herald a fundamental shift in the way Gulf producers sell oil.