Deepwater

Deepwater , International

US Accuses China Of ‘Coercion’ Over Vietnam Offshore Oil

The U.S. has accused China of “coercion” of Vietnam as it seeks to exploit oil and gas in the South China Sea, siding with Hanoi and chastising Beijing in sharp terms over its decision to send Chinese ships to Vietnamese territorial waters.

August 23, 2019

Field Development , Deepwater

Indonesia, Chevron-led Group Aim For Gendalo-Gehem Development Deal

Talks are centered on sorting out differences on factors such as revenue share, extension of production-sharing contracts and investment credit.

August 13, 2019

Exploration & Production , Deepwater , Technology

Unpack Your Patience, Mr. President

Early offshore successes show the potential for Mexico’s oil and gas future.

August 11, 2019

Discoveries , Deepwater

Talos Hits More Pay In US GOM’s Green Canyon Area

Oil was encountered at the Bulleit and Orlov prospects, the company said.

August 8, 2019

Deepwater , Technology , Digital Oilfield , ROVs

Canadian Technologies Take On Offshore Challenges

Industry, government and academia team up to deliver innovative solutions.

August 6, 2019

Business , Deepwater , International

ICC Tribunal Dismisses Conoco’s $1.5 Billion Claim Against PDVSA

Arbitrators rule that PDVSA only owes $33.7 million plus interest.

August 5, 2019

Field Development , Deepwater , Technology , Subsea

Deepwater Reinvention

New approaches bring offshore transformation.

August 1, 2019

Deepwater , Subsea , Pipelines

Critical Decisions: Understanding Vessel Capabilities

Design constraints and specifications that are best suited to each individual project need to be jointly defined and implemented.

August 1, 2019

Exploration & Production , Deepwater

Oil Majors Evacuate US Gulf Platform Staff Before Storm

Major U.S. oil producers on July 9 began evacuating and shutting in production at their deepwater Gulf of Mexico platforms in advance of a tropical disturbance.

July 10, 2019

Deepwater

US Urges Turkey To Halt Drilling Operations Off Cyprus Coast

The U.S. State Department on July 9 urged Turkish authorities to halt energy drilling operations off the Cypriot coast in the Mediterranean, a day after Cyprus protested a Turkish ship dropping anchor there.

July 9, 2019