Hurricane Sam Could Make Landfall in the United States This Week and More | Rigzone

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Hurricane Sam could make landfall in the United States this week

In a statement sent to Rigzone Monday night, Rystad Energy senior oil markets analyst Louise Dickson said Hurricane Sam could make landfall on the US East Coast by midweek. At the time of writing, the National Hurricane Center’s projected trajectory for Sam’s storm center is away from the US on a northeasterly trajectory.

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Petrofac Pleads Guilty to Bribery, Awaiting Sentence

Oil services firm Petrofac reached a plea deal with the UK Serious Fraud Office in connection with its investigation into the company’s historical use of agents in the Middle East.

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Shell dumps assets ashore in Egypt days after Permian departure

Shell completed the sale of its upstream assets in Egypt’s western desert to a consortium made up of subsidiaries of Cheiron Petroleum and Cairn Energy.

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Take a virtual tour of the Gulf of Mexico oil platform

Valaris created a virtual tour of the platform of its Valaris Relentless drillship (Valaris DS-18), which is currently operating in the Gulf of Mexico.

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LNG Conversion Jack Drilling Rig

Offshore rig inspection company ADC Energy won a contract with an undisclosed US-based LNG company to identify and select suitable offshore drilling rigs for conversion for LNG operations.

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Global gas flaring could cost $ 82 billion per year

Oil-producing countries could lose more than $ 80 billion a year due to global gas flaring, according to GlobalData, whose recent report describes that countries could earn up to $ 82 billion per year if they used this gas instead. to burn it.

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