Offshore

Genesis Energy Oil Pipeline Unlikely to be Restored Before October

An oil pipeline owned by Genesis Energy in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico is unlikely to return to operations before October 1, the company said in a statement on Thursday.

Morrison Completes Gulf of Mexico Pipeline Installation, Reaches Milestone

Morrison, an energy services firm, has completed installation of over 60,000 feet of subsea pipeline in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico marking more than 5.5 million feet of pipe laid by the company in the region.

Underwater: Australia's Oil Industry Faces New Indigenous Heritage Test

A discovery of ancient artifacts near a planned pipeline route off Australia's west coast has opened new challenges for energy companies to conserve indigenous heritage.

Enbridge Restores Offshore Pipelines After Hurricane Shutdown

Enbridge has restored operations on two of its offshore natural gas pipelines in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico after Hurricane Laura prompted shutdowns last week.

Storm Knocks Out U.S. Gulf of Mexico Natural Gas Pipeline

Enbridge reported on Monday that the company's natural gas pipeline which serves four offshore production platforms in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico remained out of commission after Hurricane Laura devastated the area.

Hurricane Laura Poses Biggest Storm Threat to U.S. Oil and Gas in 15 Years

The oil and gas industry is shutting down production at facilities on the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coast at a rate not seen since 2005's Hurricane Katrina as the region prepares for Hurricane Laura.

TechnipFMC Awarded Subsea Contract for Petrobras Offshore Project

Petrobras has awarded TechnipFMC a large subsea infrastructure contract for the Brazilian oil company's Mero offshore project.

Brazil's Petrobras Considers Offshore LNG Units for Pre-Salt Gas

Brazilian state-controlled oil company Petrobras is considering installing offshore units to liquefy the growing natural gas production from the so-called pre-salt area, the company's emissions and climate change manager said.

Williams to Handle Gathering, Production for Taggart

Williams announced a tieback agreement with LLOG Exploration Offshore to provide oil and gas gathering and production services for the Taggart development in the Gulf of Mexico.

24% of U.S. Gulf of Mexico Production Shut After Storm

More than 400,000 bpd of U.S. Gulf of Mexico crude oil production remained shut on Wednesday after Tropical Storm Cristobal, the U.S. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement said.

Enterprise Working to Address U.S. Regulatory Delays on Offshore Crude Terminal

Enterprise Products Partners is working to address additional requests from U.S. officials concerning its major offshore crude terminal project being developed off the country's Gulf Coast.

Williams Announces Agreement on Deepwater Gulf Project

Williams has agreed to transport natural gas from Chevron and Total's Anchor offshore development to the Discovery pipeline system.

A Look at Offshore Activity

Thanks to operations cost cutting and improvements in productivity, investment in offshore exploration and production activities is beginning to recover from its 2017 nadir.

Shell Restarts U.S. Offshore Oil Hub After Pipeline Leak

Shell has resumed production at its Perdido offshore oil rig after a pipeline leak last week forced the company to halt production.

INEOS to Postpone Forties Pipeline System Shutdown

UK pipeline operator INEOS is delaying the planned shutdown of it's Forties Pipeline System.

Coronavirus Choppers Evacuate Offshore Workers

Offshore aviation company Bristow Group said it has deployed specially-equipped helicopters from its Search and Rescue (SAR) fleet to transport offshore workers with suspected cases of the novel coronavirus in the North Sea and Americas regions.

Trafigura, Phillips 66 Form JV for Deepwater Texas Oil Port

Global commodities trader Trafigura said on Friday it had formed a joint venture with U.S. refiner Phillips 66 to build a major deepwater port in Texas capable of handling supertankers, ditching its own competing project.

Shell Considering Mars Pipeline Expansion

Shell Midstream Partners LP expects to take final investment decisions on expanding its Mars crude oil pipeline system in the Gulf of Mexico in the first half of the year, Chief Executive Kevin Nichols said on Thursday.

BP halts Output at North Sea ETAP Platform

BP halted production at its ETAP platform, which connects seven oil and gas fields in the British North Sea with the Forties Pipeline System and the CATS gas terminal, after a problem with its power generation system.

Emerging Offshore Pipeline Market in Southern Africa

The increasing exploration for and discovery of oil and gas reserves offshore Africa has raised prospects of growth of the continent’s offshore pipelines market.

Sentinel Midstream, Freepoint Commodities Partner on Deepwater Oil Facility

Sentinel Midstream has announced its partnership with Freepoint Commodities (Freepoint) to construct and operate the Texas GulfLink deepwater crude oil export facility.

Energy Web Atlas Launches EWA Techlink to Enhance Data Offering

Gulf Energy Information, a leading provider of market intelligence and technical information for the international energy industry, today announced the availability of EWA TechLink, a new spatial research tool pairing comprehensive technical content with detailed project data.

Enbridge May Re-file Application for U.S. Deepwater Oil Terminal

Enbridge Inc will consider re-filing its application for federal permits to build a crude export terminal off Freeport, Texas, if market demand picks up, a company spokesman said on Friday.

Israel Gets First Gas from Leviathan; Exports to Follow

Israel's $3.6 billion offshore Leviathan field started production on Tuesday, transporting gas via a subsea pipeline connected to Israel's transmission system and on to consumers throughout the country.

Unmanned Underwater Vehicles Have Role in Pipeline Security

Dramatic developments in the technological development and commercial application of UUVs indicates they have become much more viable within the oil and gas industry since a 2007 PHMSA report said otherwise.

Manipulation of Multi-Phase Flow in Offshore Pipelines

In recent years, offshore oil and gas production is facing an increasing challenge related to the multi-phase flow in the transportation pipelines; the pipelines transporting fluids from the reservoirs to the separation platforms.

Allseas Installs Real-Time Pipelogger for Major Subsea Pipeline Project

Allseas installed WFS Technologies’ new Seatooth Pipelogger for the real-time measurement of process temperature on a subsea pipeline system. The pipeline system is designed to have a total gas throughput capacity of 31.5 Bcm per year.

Woodside Targets FIDs on Browse, Scarborough Gas Projects

Australia's Woodside Petroleum has pushed out the final approval date for its mammoth Browse gas project but slightly brought forward plans to sign off on its smaller Scarborough project. Combined, the projects would require construction of 826 miles of subsea pipeline

Norway Gas Production to Decline in 2020 with Maintenance

Maintenance at Norway's natural gas fields and processing plants is scheduled to cut production capacity by some 5.35 Bcm in 2020, less than in 2019, according to a Reuters calculation based on data from system operator Gassco.

Subsea 7 Awarded Shell Offshore Infrastructure Contract Near Aberdeen, UK

Subsea 7 has announced the award of a sizeable contract by Shell for the Pierce depressurization project, located approximately 160 miles offshore, east of Aberdeen.

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