Offshore - Oil & Gas

  • U.S. Dept. of Energy Invests in Offshore Wind...

    The U.S. Department of Energy announced an $18.5 million investment in an R&D consortium that will investigate technical issues related to the installation of wind turbines on the U.S. continental shelf. Industry members of the research group will contribute funding and will benefit from the study’s technological developments. In addition, $2 million will be allocated to DOE’s national laboratories to support the consortium’s activities. 

  • Keppel Offshore & Marine secures $130m...

    Two units of Keppel Offshore & Marine (O&M) have won contracts worth a combined value of about $130 million from repeat customers for work on production units that will extract oil and gas from offshore fields.

  • Keppel Offshore & Marine secures $130m...

    Two units of Keppel Offshore & Marine (O&M) have won contracts worth a combined value of about $130 million from repeat customers for work on production units that will extract oil and gas from offshore fields.

  • Keppel Offshore & Marine secures $130m...

    Two units of Keppel Offshore & Marine (O&M) have won contracts worth a combined value of about $130 million from repeat customers for work on production units that will extract oil and gas from offshore fields.

  • Off-shore gas pipeline deal to be signed between...

    Pakistan and Russia have reached an understanding to sign a multi-billion dollar offshore gas pipeline deal in a couple of weeks, ignoring pressure from the United States that has fiercely opposed the building of Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline for years.

  • Statoil Greenlights Arctic Offshore Oil Project

    Statoil has given the green light to the biggest offshore project of 2017, a $6 billion development in the Barents Sea called Johan Castberg. The field is believed to hold about 450-650 million barrels of oil, which would be a significant boost to the Norwegian state oil company's portfolio.

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U.S. Dept. of Energy Invests in Offshore Wind Research

The U.S. Department of Energy announced an $18.5 million investment in an R&D consortium that will investigate technical issues related to the installation of wind turbines on the U.S. continental shelf. Industry members of the research group will contribute funding and will benefit from the study’s technological developments. In addition, $2 million will be allocated to DOE’s national laboratories to support the consortium’s activities. 

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