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Gas giant Gazprom’s oil arm is shifting its trading operations from Austria back to Russia, it said, with industry sources saying the firm wanted to protect huge revenues from potential seizure as Moscow’s relations with the West worsen. A decision by Gazprom Neft to relocate trading from Vienna to St.…
Unique Maritime Group subsidiary Unique Hydra (UH) has introduced the HYDRACraft diving daughtercraft system.   This is designed for diving operations in locations not accessible by larger dive support vessels or for underwater weld inspections.   The craft is deployed from a mother vessel, where a decompression chamber is positioned…
Topaz Energy and Marine has added four new DP-2 platform supply vessels (PSVs) to its fleet this year: Topaz Seema, Topaz Xara, Topaz Faye, and Caspian Voyager.   Five additional newbuilds are under construction or close to delivery, comprising three PSVs, one multi-purpose PSV, and one emergency rescue/response ship.  …
Downer EDI has secured a A$170m ($159m) contract to work on the Gorgon project situated on Barrow Island off the north-west coast of Western Australia.   The 12-month contract, which is for miscellaneous works, includes an option to extend the period.   Under the contract, Downer EDI will work on…
  Norwegian oil and gas firm Statoil has decided to permanently shut down its Huldra platform in the North Sea following nearly 13 years of production.   The company recently carried out operational and maintenance works at Huldra platform, which came on stream in November 2001.   The platform produced…
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