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  • Petronas Galeri Ceases Operations

    Petronas has announced that Galeri Petronas has ceased to operate as a public gallery following a realignment of its operating model to adapt to the changes brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.
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  • Applications Open for North Sea Greenhand Program

    Recruitment company Atlas Professionals is now accepting applications for its Greenhand Program.
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  • Marathon Drops Aircraft Leases and Boosts Debt Focus

    Marathon Oil Corp. is giving up its corporate aircraft as the shale driller escalates cost cuts.
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  • $2.9B Deal to Expand Marcellus Presence for EQT

    EQT's CEO said the deal marks "an attractive entry into the Northeast Marcellus."
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  • Shelf Drilling Bags New Deals

    Shelf Drilling, Ltd. (OSE: SHLF) announced Thursday that it has secured a ten-year contract extension for the High Island IX jack-up rig in direct continuation of its current contract in the Arabian Gulf.
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  • Noble Corporation Optimistic on Market Outlook

    Noble Corporation is optimistic about the market outlook, according to Robert W. Eifler, the president and chief executive officer of the company.
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  • Chevron Hokkaido Deal Marks Asia-Pacific LNG Shift

    Buyers in the region have gained considerable contractual leverage over producers.
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  • Saipem Appoints New CEO

    Saipem (BIT: SPM) has revealed that its board of directors has appointed Francesco Caio as the company's new chief executive officer and general manager.
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  • Transocean Encouraged by Rising Customer Enquiries

    Transocean's (NYSE: RIG) president and chief executive officer, Jeremy Thigpen, has announced that the company is encouraged by an increasing number of customer inquiries.
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  • ADNOC Streamlines Oilfield Procurement Process

    ADNOC has launched a program standardizing procurement terms and conditions across its value chain. PHOTO SOURCE: ADNOC
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  • ConocoPhillips Plans 25% Debt Reduction

    The plan would essentially bring COP's debt pile back to the pre-Concho acquisition level.
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  • Maersk, Shell Partner for GOM Workforce Training

    Maersk Training has revealed that it has established a new partnership with the Shell Robert Training and Conference Center in Louisiana.
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  • Iraq Sees Steady Prices, Considers Buying XOM Stake

    Iraq said crude prices would probably remain around $65 a barrel in the coming months and announced it's considering buying Exxon Mobil Corp.'s stake in one of the world's biggest fields.
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  • Sembcorp Marine Faces Skilled Worker Shortage

    Sembcorp Marine has announced that the group continues to face Covid-19 supply chain constraints and a shortage of skilled workers.
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  • Eni and Santos Sign Memo to Strengthen Ties

    Santos and Eni have signed a non-binding MOU to seek more collaboration opportunities in northern Australia and Timor-Leste.
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  • Shale Drilling Specialist Cuts Staff in Houston

    A private equity firm that specializes in shale drilling fired 111 people at its Houston headquarters.
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  • Buffett Defends Berkshire's Chevron Ownership

    The billionaire investor also called failed shareholder proposals to produce diversity and climate reports "asinine."
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  • Hess Divests Acreage in North Dakota

    Hess has sold its Little Knife and Murphy Creek acreage interests in the Bakken Formation in North Dakota. PHOTO SOURCE: Hess Corp.
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  • Total Buys Taiwan Windfarm Stake

    Total (NYSE: TOT) has signed an agreement with WPD to acquire a 23 percent interest in Yunlin Holding GmbH.
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  • EQNR Closes $900MM Bakken Sale

    Equinor (NYSE: EQNR) has announced that it has completed the sale of its U.S. onshore assets in the Bakken to Grayson Mill Energy.
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