BP relaunches sale of North Sea assets Premier Oil gave up on

Oil major BP has reportedly relaunched the sale of its North Sea assets it initially tried to sell to Premier Oil before it was taken over by another UK player, Chrysaor. Citing industry sources, Reuters reported on Thursday that BP … Read More

Long-awaited ‘world-class’ Ironbark prospect disappoints

After the completion of the drilling operations, one of BP’s more important wells in 2020 – the Ironbark-1 well offshore Australia – has not encountered a significant amount of hydrocarbons. BP’s partner in the project Beach Energy said on Tuesday … Read More

BP nears primary target at Ironbark well

Oil major BP is only about 460 meters shy of its primary reservoir target at the giant Ironbark prospect located offshore Australia with expectations to reach total depth by the end of the month. Ocean Apex rig; Source: Cue Energy … Read More

Equinor Proposes to Locate First Offshore Wind Tower, Transition Piece in Port of Albany

Equinor has proposed to locate the U.S.’s first offshore wind tower manufacturing facility at the Port of Albany, in upstate New York. Developed jointly with wind industry manufacturers Marmen and Welcon, Equinor stands ready to transform the port for manufacturing … Read More

Equinor’s NY offshore wind plans could bring 350 jobs in Port of Albany

If Equinor’s bids are successful at New York State’s latest offshore wind solicitation, that could lead to creation of up to 350 jobs related to manufacturing of wind turbine components at the Port of Albany in upstate New York. Namely, … Read More

Digital twin used on BP’s new Caspian platform as it moves into fabrication & commissioning stage

A joint venture work between U.S. engineering contractor KBR and Azerbaijan’s Socar, which is undertaking the engineering design phase of the Azeri Central East (ACE) platform, is now nearing completion. The ACG field is located about 100km east of Baku … Read More

Operators shut-in nearly half of Gulf of Mexico oil production due to hurricane

Oil and gas operators have shut-in nearly half of oil production and over 55 per cent of gas production from the U.S. Gulf of Mexico due to the Hurricane Zeta. In an update on Tuesday, the U.S. Bureau of Safety … Read More

Emerson’s technology to digitally transform and support BP’s Caspian Sea project

Emerson has been awarded a $14 million contract to provide automation technologies for the new Azeri Central East offshore platform in the Caspian Sea, the latest development in the Azeri-Chirag-Deepwater Gunashli oilfield. Emerson will serve as the main automation contractor, … Read More

Equinor Submits Bids to New York’s Second Offshore Wind Solicitation

Equinor, a European energy company, has submitted bids into New York’s second offshore wind solicitation.  Equinor submitted its proposals to the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) in response to the state’s most recent solicitation requesting proposals … Read More

Extinction Rebellion activists dump manure outside BP’s UK office accusing it of greenwashing & gaslighting

Members of global environmental movement Extinction Rebellion have dumped manure in front of BP’s offices in Aberdeen as part of its protest against the fossil fuels industry, accusing the oil major of greenwashing and gaslighting. Copyright Extinction Rebellion Extinction Rebellion … Read More