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  1. CNOOC starts up coordinated Enping offshore oil field project

    Offshore staff HONG KONG – CNOOC has started production from the Enping 23-1 oilfields in the Pearl River Mouth basin of the South China Sea. Average water depth is around 90 m (295 ft). The development, which is connected to existing Enping 24-2 infrastructure, was coordinated with programs at the Enping 23-2, Enping 23-7, and Enping 18-1 oil fields. The main production facilities for Enping 23-1, Enping 23-2 and Enping 23-7 include one platform and 13 producing wells. Currently three wells are in service, producing around 5,600 b/d of crude oil. Production should ramp up steadily, reaching peak output of 24,800 b/d in 2018. 01/17/2017

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    Tue, 17 Jan 2017

  2. Cyberhawk plays key role in development of UK drone guidelines for offshore oil and gas

    Cyberhawk Innovations, the world leader in aerial inspection and survey using Unmanned Aerial Systems has welcomed Oil & Gas UK’s new guidelines on the use of drones in offshore environments.

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    Tue, 17 Jan 2017

  3. NPD foresees steady stream of Norwegian field developments

    Investments across the Norwegian shelf last year totaled NOK135 billion ($15.85 billion), according to the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate.

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    Mon, 16 Jan 2017

  4. BOEM extends decommissioning requirements rule deadline

    The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management has extended a deadline to implement more stringent financial assurance and risk management requirements related to decommissioning procedures.

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    Mon, 16 Jan 2017

  1. CNOOC starts oil production at Penglai 19-9 in Bohai Bay

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    Thu, 12 Jan 2017

  2. BOEM denies G&G permit applications for South and Mid-Atlantic OCS

    The US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management has denied six pending applications to conduct offshore oil and gas geological and geophysical (G&G) surveys on the US South and Mid-Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf. The Jan. 6 move came more than 4 years after BOEM set the stage for what would have been ...

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    Fri, 6 Jan 2017

  3. BOEM extends offshore liability requirement implementation

    The US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management extended the deadline by 6 months for offshore oil and gas operators to implement a risk management and financial assurance program for decommissioning facilities under a notice to lessees it issued in September because of liability questions that have ...

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    Mon, 9 Jan 2017

  4. UK association issues guidelines for use of drones offshore

    Oil & Gas UK has issued new guidelines for use offshore of unmanned aerial systems, otherwise known as drones.

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    Wed, 11 Jan 2017

  5. BOEM rejects Atlantic G&G permits amidst industry criticism

    The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management has denied six pending geophysical and geological permit applications to conduct airgun seismic surveys in the mid- and south planning areas of the Atlantic Ocean.

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    Fri, 6 Jan 2017

  6. EMAS CHIYODA Subsea-LTHE consortium secures more contracts from Aramco

    Saudi Aramco has awarded the consortium between L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering and EMAS CHIYODA Subsea two engineering, procurement, construction, and installation contracts.

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    Mon, 9 Jan 2017

  7. NIOC contracts rig for offshore Iran wells

    National Iranian Oil Co. has contracted the North Drilling Co. jackup Sahar 1 for a two-year exploration program in the Persian Gulf.

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    Tue, 10 Jan 2017

  8. Standardization could cut costs 30%, says IMCA official

    Offshore oil majors could shave nearly a third off their exploration and development costs by agreeing to industry-wide equipment standards, says an IMCA official.

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    Wed, 28 Dec 2016

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