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  • Halliburton and TechnipFMC Launch New Service

    Halliburton Company and TechnipFMC have launched the first distributed acoustic sensing solution for subsea wells, the companies outlined in a joint statement.
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  • Irving Oil Reducing Workforce

    Irving Oil will be cutting 250 of its employees.
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  • Siemens Says Spinoff Best Way to Boost Share Price

    Siemens, which is seeking investor backing to spin off an energy business, must drive ahead with the planned breakup as it's the best way to refocus and boost the share price, according to its CEO.
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  • MPA Seeking New Board Members

    The Montrose Port Authority is seeking to make a number of non-executive board member appointments.
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  • Petrofac JV Secures $135MM Kazakhstan Deal

    A Petrofac-Isker joint venture has secured a services deal with the North Caspian Operating Company worth around $135 million.
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  • 3M Alum Joins Phillips 66 Board

    Phillips 66 reported Wednesday that its board has named Julie L. Bushman an independent director.
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  • Nearly 94,000 OFS Job Losses Tied to COVID-19

    The U.S. OFS job count fell 12.3 percent from February to June of this year, based on BLS data.
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  • Pemex Seeks IOUs from Contractors

    Pemex's nearly $105 billion in debt already makes it the biggest borrower of any oil company.
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  • Hurricane Energy COO Passes Away

    Hurricane Energy has revealed that its chief operations officer and executive director has passed away.
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  • Saipem Bags $325MM Petrobras Contract

    Saipem revealed on Monday that it has been awarded a contract by Petrobras worth approximately $325 million.
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  • $40 Could Be Magic Number for Some Oil Players

    Here is a preview of issues to watch this week in the oil and gas markets.
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  • COSL CEO Resigns

    China Oilfield Services Limited has revealed that its chief executive officer and president has resigned.
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  • Subsea 7 Nets Sizeable GOM Contract

    Subsea 7 has been awarded a 'sizeable' contract for work in the Gulf of Mexico.
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  • Filing Shows ExxonMobil Loss

    Exxon Mobil Corp. incurred an unprecedented second straight quarterly loss.
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  • Oil Search Cuts 34 Percent of Staff

    Oil Search has slashed its staff count by 34 percent since March.
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  • Energy CEOs Drop Climate Change Talk to Stress Survival

    "What's been front and center has been the extreme volatility and carnage that's occurred in the energy sector," said one energy analyst.
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  • Exxon and Chevron Face Investor Pressure for Oil Demand Outlook

    America’s biggest oil companies are coming under increasing pressure from climate-conscious investors.
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  • McDermott Completes Restructuring

    McDermott International has successfully completed its restructuring process.
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  • OGUK Share Fair Goes Digital

    Oil & Gas UK's Share Fair is going digital this year.
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  • Chesapeake Bankruptcy Extends String of 2020 Shale Busts

    The shale bust has reached a grim milestone by claiming the pioneer of America's drilling renaissance.
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