BP retesting Clair Ridge crew after five test positive for Covid-19

Oil major BP has confirmed that five crew members on its platform off the UK have tested positive for Covid-19 and have been flown to shore. As a precaution, BP will retest all remaining crew on the platform. In an … Read More

Equinor’s Johan Castberg oil project now two years behind schedule

In addition to previous delays due to weld quality, Equinor has experienced further delays and cost overruns on its Johan Castberg project. Premium content Checking for account. You need javascript to validate your login status. Premium Premium content Subscribe to … Read More

Visiting sailors receive COVID-19 vaccination at U.S. ports

International ship crews arriving at the Port of Long Beach and neighboring Port of Los Angeles have received COVID-19 vaccinations to reduce the spread of the infection among seafarer communities. More than 450 crewmembers from 27 ships have received the … Read More

Sembcorp Marine battling COVID-19 related workforce shortages

Singapore-based Sembcorp Marine continues to face COVID-19 supply chain constraints and shortage of skilled workers, the company said announcing its Q1 results. The workforce shortage has been ascribed to the ongoing travel bans caused by the pandemic, as foreign workers, … Read More

Robots could save billions in drilling costs but risk oil & gas jobs, Rystad says

Robots could replace hundreds of thousands of oil and gas jobs and save billions in drilling costs by 2030, according to a report by Rystad Energy, a Norwegian energy intelligence firm. Even when the Covid-19 downturn is finally past us, … Read More

Offshore drilling set for two consecutive years of growth, Rystad says

After a challenging 2020, oil and gas demand recovery – supported by vaccination efforts and OPEC+ supply cuts – is proving good for drilling activity. Rystad Energy expects around 54,000 wells to be drilled worldwide in 2021, a 12 per … Read More

DSME shuts down production amid COVID-19 outbreak

South Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) has stopped production at its facilities in Okpo, Geoje amid an outbreak of Covid-19 infections among workers. Close to 70 workers have tested positive for coronavirus at the yard, according to … Read More

Despite COVID, North and Latin America Install Record-Setting Wind Capacity

Last year set records for wind power growth in both North and Latin America, with nearly 22 GW of capacity installed despite COVID-19 impacts, demonstrating the incredible resilience of the wind industry and solidifying its crucial role in the region, … Read More

BP unveils hybrid model of working with option to work from home

Oil major BP is introducing a new hybrid model of working for staff who had previously been based in the office full-time, balancing working in the office with working remotely from home – typically in a 60:40 split. A spokesperson … Read More

China at Forefront of Record-Breaking Year for Offshore Wind

In 2020, the global offshore wind industry had its second-best year ever, installing over 6 GW of new capacity – keeping growth on track despite the impacts of COVID-19 felt in other energy sectors, according to the latest data released … Read More