E&P Highlights: July 25, 2022

Here’s a roundup of the latest E&P headlines including new appointments and product announcements from the past week in the upstream oil and gas industry.

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From a gas discovery in the Norwegian Sea to a partnership between GD Energy Products and Texas Pump Systems, below is a compilation of the latest headlines in the E&P space within the past week. Also, this week, Neptune Energy announced it had completed the drilling of four development wells on its operated Fenja field in the Norwegian Sea, PGS announced a pair of contract awards from unnamed major and international energy companies, GeoPartners to conduct a multiclient 3D survey in the offshore Angoche Basin, bidding opens for 13 offshore China exploration blocks covering an area of 17,205 sq km, Pemex takes over the FPSO YÙUM K'AK'NÁAB, Siemens Energy joins the Amazon Web Services partners network, Saipem and Saudi construction company NSH team up in Saudi Arabia, 3t EnerMech becomes the sole provider of Engineering Construction Industry Training Board licensed training in Angola and Guyana and CGG releases a new GeoWells Brazil database from the Santos, Campos, and Espirito Santo basins.

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Jennifer Pallanich

Jennifer Pallanich is Hart Energy's senior editor for technology. She has reported on the technology that fuels oil patch exploration, development and production for more than two decades.