Upstream project news
Vitol’s VTX to add to Southern Delaware Basin platform
VTX has announced an acquisition of 12 000 acres in Delaware, US.
Expro wins work on well abandonment campaign offshore UK
Energy services provider Expro has secured a new contract with Harbour Energy for a well abandonment campaign.
Petrobras accelerates digital transformation using Halliburton technology
Halliburton has announced that Petrobras will use the Landmark iEnergy® digital platform to address its subsurface challenges.
Cudd Well Control unveils new global headquarters
The new state-of-the-art facility consolidates office space with warehouse in one location.
FET to deliver four enhanced ROVs to DOF Subsea
Forum Energy Technologies (FET) has secured a significant order from DOF Subsea to deliver four of its advanced work-class remotely operated vehicles (ROVs).
Horisont Energi, Neptune Energy, and E.ON sign MoU for European CCS value chain
The MoU covers several areas such as project financing, funding, and the development of a complete value chain for CO2 handling.
Rovco completes decommissioning contract with Well-Safe Solutions
Rovco provided Well-Safe Solutions with field survey operations, to ensure the safe and efficient decommissioning of a platform which ceased production in 2015.
Oil and gas industry overall contract value up by 27% QoQ during 4Q22, reveals GlobalData
Operations and maintenance (O&M) represented 55% of the total contracts in 4Q22, followed by procurement with 19%, and contracts with multiple scopes, such as construction, design and engineering, installation, O&M, and procurement, accounted for 13%.
Well-Safe Solutions and Apache Corp. sign P&A Club decommissioning deal
The companies have signed a multi-year framework agreement to decommission wells in the North Sea, as part of the decommissioning specialist’s Plug and Abandonment Club offering.
GETI 2023: Surging fossil fuel prices make oil and gas sector top choice for energy workers
The seventh annual Global Energy Talent Index has revealed that the recent gas price crisis has transformed oil and gas into the most popular sector for energy workers to join and has sent salaries soaring above pre-pandemic levels.