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Oil major Shell will farm into a pair of UK North Sea licences currently held by Egdon Resources.
The world continues to need investment in the oil and gas sector, according to most forecasts, but this is an increasingly difficult pitch for investors given concerns over carbon emissions.
Shell has reached another checkpoint on the way to developing the Jackdaw field in the central North Sea.
Prosafe said today that its Safe Caledonia offshore accommodation vessel would start a contract with Total at the Elgin field in the UK North Sea in April.
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Offshore engineering firm Aquaterra Energy is targeting the decommissioning market as it continues to rebuild its Aberdeen team.
Court documents have revealed emails between Taqa senior management, who described RockRose’s deal with Marathon Oil as their “worst fear”, calling the London-headquartered company “total wideboys”.
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