Brunei Shell Petroleum Company Sdn. Bhd. has exercised the option to add exploration drilling of one deepwater well to the work scope of the Maersk Viking.
Shell has raised its dividend after easily beating quarterly profit forecasts, and named nine hubs for oil and gas production.
BP, Eni, Equinor, National Grid, Shell and Total have formed a new partnership, the Northern Endurance Partnership, to develop offshore carbon dioxide transport and storage infrastructure in the UK North Sea.
Shell’s Deepwater business has selected Bentley’s digital twin approach to streamline its capital projects process and accelerate time to first oil.
Stork will provide all daily maintenance and rapid response services as well as deliver engineering, project and turnaround-related services for three onshore production areas in the Netherlands.
Following the transaction, the PGNiG Group’s own gas production in Norway will increase to 0.9 billion m3 in 2021.
Under the terms of the agreement, Shell will acquire Kosmos’ participating interest in blocks offshore São Tomé & Príncipe, Suriname, Namibia, and South Africa.
The Bonga Main FPSO, which became operational in 2004, has a capacity of 225 000 bpd and weighs over 300 000 t, making it the largest asset in the world to be protected by a structural Digital Twin.
The Deltic Energy-Shell partnership is now working on updating the interpretation of the Pensacola structure in the North Sea.
The African Energy Chamber has said that the ongoing travel bans and restrictions of visa issuance are preventing many projects from moving forward and contributing to the recovery of the continent.