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Emergency response and rescue vessel firm Esvagt said today that a “re-ignition” of oil and gas sector activity was creating a “promising” increase in demand.
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The boss at Ineos FPS has said a slight slip in the schedule for the major Forties pipeline upgrade project would have “no negative impact”.
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ICR Integrity, of Aberdeen, remained in the red in 2019-20, but the energy service firm’s “resilience” during the Covid-19 pandemic has given its bosses encouragement.
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Troubled UK oil firm Hurricane Energy said today that the Stena Don rig is now on hire to plug and abandon the Lincoln well, which it once hoped to develop, west of Shetland.
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A drilling campaign has boosted production at CNOOC International’s Golden Eagle field in the UK North Sea.
The number of people working in the offshore oil and gas sector has returned to levels not seen since before the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Energy giant Equinor and Altera Infrastructure are “fully engaged” in a study that could result in the vessel owner’s Petrojarl Knarr FPSO being picked for the 300 million barrel Rosebank gig.
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The oil and gas industry’s failure to get to grips with poor treatment of suppliers has driven the regulator to devote a new “stewardship expectation” to the issue.
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Engineering company Brimmond Group, of Kintore, Aberdeenshire is toasting higher turnover and a 35% increase in the value of its rental equipment contracts in its 25th year.
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