The giant Bab onshore field is one of the company's largest onshore producing assets.
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The company has appointed Tim Dallas as business development manager for the region.
The Mærsk Developer semi-submersible rig is expected to begin operating offshore Trindad and Tobago for BG International Ltd in 1Q20.
In a contract spread over a 5 year period, Deep Casing Tools will continue to supply Saudi Aramco with its motorised reaming tools.
Since 2011, 47 exploration licences have been granted by Côte d'Ivoire including four blocks in water depths exceeding 3000 m.
The company’s latest report, ‘Haynesville Shale in the US, 2019’, reveals that the increasing natural gas production from the Haynesville Shale play will propel it as the main supplier to LNG operations along the US Gulf Coast (USGC).
The data collected from the drilling has established the well as a successful appraisal of the Mako gas field, offshore Indonesia.
It will be the first time in Abu Dhabi drone technology has been used to deploy seismic sensors in the search for new oil and gas resources.
The company expects to complete the sale of the G1201 vessel in December as these conditions are met, including delivery of the vessel in December 2019.
The centre will provide geophysical, geological and reservoir technology and support to clients across the Middle East.
In the second part of this two-part article, Graham Gillies, Baker Hughes, explains the three layers of technology innovation that, if adopted by the subsea supply chain, could overcome many of the challenges created by the current economic situation.
The FPSO will be chartered for 21 years and deployed in the Búzios field in the Santos Basin, offshore Brazil.