Subsea

Mexican President: Billionaire Slim Interested in Pemex Natural Gas Project

Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Friday that businessman Carlos Slim is interested in participating in the country's first deepwater natural gas project, working alongside state energy company Pemex.

Allseas Completes 163-Mile Barossa Gas Export Pipeline in Timor Sea

Allseas has completed the 262-kilometer (163-mile) Barossa gas export pipeline in the southern Timor Sea.

Saipem Wins $850 Million Offshore Contract for Ndungu Field Project in Angola

Under the contract, Saipem will undertake the engineering, fabrication, transportation, and installation of approximately 37 miles of rigid pipelines and subsea facilities at a depth of around 1,100 meters.

Subsea Decommissioning Pays Off in North Sea

The ambitious project involved the removal of pipelines, control umbilicals and various other subsea structures from the seabed in water depths of up to 590 feet (180 meters), each requiring precise and efficient cutting.

DNV Releases New Standard for Hybrid Thermoplastic Composite Flexible Pipes

DNV has introduced its latest standard, DNV-ST-F207, for hybrid thermoplastic composite flexible pipes, addressing challenges faced by conventional risers in deepwater applications.

NOV Introduces Breakthrough Heated Flexible Pipe System for Subsea Operations

NOV will supply its first active heated pipe system in 2025, introducing a proprietary technology solution of electrically heating the bore of the pipe through the resistance of the pipe’s inner carcass layer.

Enbridge Picks Contractors for Great Lakes Tunnel Project, Securing Line 5 Pipeline Route

Enbridge has chosen contractors for its Great Lakes Tunnel Project, a move designed to secure the pathway for its Line 5 pipeline. The project aims to enhance safety by placing the pipeline deep below the Straits of Mackinac, mitigating environmental risks.

Exxon to Temporarily Shut Guyana Platforms for Pipeline Connection

The 140-mile (225-km) pipeline will feed Guyana's $1.9 billion gas-to-power project aimed at ending the country's dependence on imported fuels and at lowering energy costs for residents.

Uncertainty Clouds EastMed Gas Pipeline Project Timeline, Stakeholders Say

The timeline for a proposed 1,240-mile subsea pipeline connecting East Mediterranean gas reserves to Greece via Cyprus and Crete remains uncertain as stakeholders are reviewing its economic feasibility, delegates from Cyprus and the East Mediterranean Gas Forum (EMGF) said.

ABL Completes German Subsea Pipeline Installation Project

(P&GJ) — Energy consultancy ABL finalized its marine warranty survey scope in connection with the installation of Germany’s OAL subsea pipeline, with the first gas feed-in expected shortly.

Security Concerns Drive Interest in Subsea Clamps

(P&GJ) — Increased concerns about energy security and the desire to support net-zero targets through innovative decommissioning projects are driving up demand for subsea clamps and connectors, according to pipeline technology specialist STATS Group.

Balticconnector Gas Pipeline Resumes Operations Following Damage

A Baltic Sea gas pipeline that was torn apart last year in an incident still under police investigation has resumed commercial operation as planned after months of repair, operator Gasgrid Finland said on Monday.

Offshore Developments: Exxon's Guyana Gas Plans, LNG Capacity Boost, and More

(P&GJ) — Explore the latest offshore developments, including Exxon's considerations for Guyana gas production post-2029, increased LNG regasification capacity, Venezuela's licensing plans with Trinidad and Shell, New Fortress Energy's onshore complement to an offshore project, and Sulmara's refit for renewable energy contracts.

Balticconnector Gas Pipeline Set to Resume Commercial Operations on April 22

The Balticconnector subsea gas pipeline between Finland and Estonia, which was damaged in Oct. 2023, will resume commercial operations on April 22. The damage had previously affected energy security and raised concerns in the wider region.

Nord Stream Sues Insurers in London Over 2022 Pipeline Explosions

Nord Stream is seeking more than $436 million from its insurers over explosions in 2022 which ruptured pipelines designed to transport Russian gas to Germany, court filings show.

Mexico's Pemex, Billionaire Investor Carlos Slim Discuss Reviving Deepwater Gas Project

Mexican state energy company Pemex and billionaire investor Carlos Slim's team are discussing ways to revive development of the country's first deepwater natural gas field that was shelved twice before, two sources told Reuters.

Helix Energy and Talos Energy Strike Deal for Gulf of Mexico Decommissioning

Helix Energy Solutions Group Inc. has announced a five-year joint framework agreement with Talos Energy Inc. in which Talos has agreed to provide Helix the first right of refusal regarding specific annual work scopes for Talos’s decommissioning requirements in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.

Gasgrid Confirms On-Track Progress for Balticconnector Pipeline Repair, Targeting April Completion

Finland's Gasgrid on Thursday said preparations for the repair of the Balticconnector gas pipeline between Finland and Estonia were on schedule and estimated that commissioning could take place in April.

BP Sees Trinidad Deepwater Gas Project Getting Greenlight by 2025

BP expects the Calypso deepwater natural gas field off Trinidad and Tobago, which it shares with Woodside Energy, to get the greenlight when a final investment decision (FID) is made as early as the end of next year, a company executive said.

Enterprise Products Partners to Receive Sea Port Oil Terminal License in Q1 2024

Enterprise Products Partners expects to receive an export license for its Sea Port Oil Terminal (SPOT) in the first quarter of 2024 versus by the end of 2023, as previously expected, a company executive said on Monday.

Cost-Effective Robot for Subsea Inspection Under Development

University of Houston researchers are developing an autonomous robot to identify potential pipeline leaks and structural failures during subsea inspections.

Santos Receives Approval to Construct Subsea Pipeline for $4.3 Billion Barossa Gas Project

Australia's Santos can proceed with construction of an undersea pipeline vital to its $4.3 billion Barossa gas project after a court on Monday ruled in favor of the oil and gas firm in a dispute with an Indigenous man looking to pause the work.

Shell Resumes LNG Loadings from Prelude Facility in Australia

Shell said on Thursday it has resumed loading LNG cargoes from its Prelude facility offshore Australia following major maintenance.

Balticconnector Gas Pipeline to Expand Transmission Capacity Post-Repair

The Balticconnector gas pipeline between Finland and Estonia, which was damaged last month, will get a bigger northbound transmission capacity next year following repairs, Finnish operator Gasgrid said in a statement on Wednesday.

Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Affects Seven Producers, Investigation Underway

U.S. officials said on Tuesday seven energy companies have been impacted by an oil discharge near Main Pass Oil Gathering Co.'s (MPOG) pipeline system in the Gulf of Mexico that is estimated to have released more than a million gallons of crude oil.

US Coast Guard Investigates Source of 1.1 Million Gallons Oil Leak in Gulf of Mexico from Underwater Pipeline

The U.S. Coast Guard on Monday said it was still looking for the source of a leak from an underwater pipeline off the Louisiana coast in the Gulf of Mexico that it estimated had released more than a million gallons of crude oil.

US Coast Guard Heads Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Cleanup After Underwater Pipeline Leak

The U.S. Coast Guard was leading an oil spill clean-up in the Gulf of Mexico on Friday, partnering with local and federal agencies and companies after a Main Pass Oil Gathering Co. (MPOG) underwater pipeline began leaking.

Australian Court Blocks Santos' $3.6 Billion Subsea Gas Pipeline Project

Santos said on Thursday an Australian court has granted an interim injunction preventing it from starting work on laying undersea pipelines on its $3.6 billion Barossa gas project off northern Australia.

Three Baltic Gas Pipeline, Telecom Cable Incidents Are Related, Estonia Says

Finland on Friday said it had raised its risk assessment for gas supply security because of the damage to the Balticconnector Finland-Estonia pipeline, which operator Gasgrid has said could be out of commission until April or longer.

Chinese Vessel Accused of Finnish Gas Pipeline Damage Also Investigated for Underwater Cable Damage

Early on Oct. 8, a gas pipeline and a telecoms cable connecting Finland and Estonia under the Baltic Sea were broken. Another telecoms cable, between Sweden and Estonia, was also damaged that night.

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