Saipem scores $1.9 billion contract wins offshore Guyana and Brazil

(OET) Italy’s engineering, drilling, and construction services provider Saipem has tucked under its belt two new offshore contracts worth approximately $1.9 billion for work with ExxonMobil’s subsidiary ExxonMobil Guyana Limited and Equinor. As a result, the Italian player will carry out operations for the U.S. oil major in Guyana while the assignment with the Norwegian state-owned... Continue Reading →

McDermott gets new job on Shell’s gas project

(OET) U.S. offshore engineering and construction player McDermott has been awarded a limited notice to proceed in regards to an engineering, procurement, construction, and installation (EPCI) contract from Shell Trinidad and Tobago Limited, a subsidiary of the UK-headquartered energy giant Shell, for a gas development project offshore Trinidad and Tobago. According to McDermott, this limited notice to... Continue Reading →

Petrobras approves Strategic Plan 2024-2028+

Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. – Petrobras informs that its Board of Directors approved, at a meeting held today, the Strategic Plan for the five-year period 2024-2028 (SP 2024-28+), planning to invest US$ 102 billion over the next five years. The first plan of this administration, the SP 2024-28+ aims to prepare Petrobras for the future and... Continue Reading →

TotalEnergies draws attention to slow energy transition progress, urging developed economies to support Global South’s transformation – Long read

(OET) France’s energy giant TotalEnergies has published its new annual energy outlook, presenting scenarios for the evolution of demand and the global energy system to contribute to the energy transition’s debate in the run-up to COP28. While the decarbonization engine is not running smoothly and needs to be tweaked to reach full speed, the oil... Continue Reading →

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