After Brexit, UK Eyes Brazil’s Oil, Gas Opportunities

Forty British companies came to the South American country in order to reinforce networking and business expansion.

Analysts: ‘Rebound’ Coming For Oil And Gas

Positive trends, such as Europe’s improving economy and a counterbalance of lingering oversupplies, has the industry poised for better days, according to Stratas Advisors.

Permian Basin Midstream Infrastructure

IndustryVoice™: How Does Midstream Infrastructure Stack Up To Projected Permian Basin Production?

Crude oil takeaway will require the additional flex capacity and the proposed pipelines to come online in a timely manner to avoid any pricing implications due to lack of takeaway capacity.

Subsea 7’s Seaway Buy Bolsters Renewables

With many traditional oil and gas contractors now diversifying into offshore renewables, the recent acquisition of Seaway Heavy Lifting will give buyer Subsea 7 a stronger foothold in this market, which it has targeted as a growing sector.

BOEM, Gulf of Mexico, lease, sale, bids,oil, gas, offshore, Shell

BOEM: GoM Lease Sale Attracts $275 Million In High Bids

Results show the oil and gas industry still has interest in the Gulf of Mexico as market conditions improve.

Whiting Builds Production Momentum In Loomer Bakken Pad

At DUG Bakken & Niobrara, Whiting Petroleum's Jim Volker said IP rates of the pad exceeded 10,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day.

BP, Mad Dog, Phase 2, Gulf of Mexico, contract, subsea

Schlumberger’s OneSubsea, Subsea 7 Land Work For BP’s Mad Dog 2

The engineering contracts follow two others awarded earlier this month for  U.S. Gulf of Mexico development.