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Scottish Election: North Sea’s ability to cope with uncertainty could be valuable asset, says industry expert
There could be medium to long term wariness amongst North Sea investors with the possibility of another independence referendum back on the table.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has forecast that the number of suspended wells in the UK North Sea will surge beyond 1,550 within five years.
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Sembcorp Marine has said it is “back on track” with work on the Cambo FPSO for Siccar Point Energy.
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The North Sea could face higher decommissioning costs if it doesn’t change its ways of working, the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has warned as it sets out its new strategy.
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The head of decommissioning at EnQuest has joined the board of industry trade body, Decom North Sea.
Bilfinger Salamis has been awarded a €40 million (£35m) inspection contract for Total E&P assets in Denmark.
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If necessity truly is the mother of invention, then the oil and gas industry has it down to a fine art.
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Corallian Energy attempted and failed to sell Shell and One-Dyas the “Jackdaw South” prospect ahead of the main development being sanctioned later this year.
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Shell has reached a key milestone for giving the greenlight to Jackdaw, a North Sea project which was delayed amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
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