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Greatship Global Energy Services, a Singapore incorporated subsidiary of Greatship (India) Limited (GIL), has taken delivery of a mobile offshore self-elevating drilling rig, Le Tourneau Super 116(E) – ‘Greatdrill Chaaru’ from Lamprell Energy
Greatship Global Energy Services, a Singapore incorporated subsidiary of Greatship (India) Limited (GIL), has taken delivery of a mobile offshore self-elevating drilling rig, Le Tourneau Super 116(E) – ‘Greatdrill Chaaru’ from Lamprell Energy - 4th March 2015
Main automation contractor (MAC) services are becoming the de-facto standard in oil and gas megaprojects owing to the need to reduce cost overruns and eliminate delays, according to a Frost & Sullivan report
Main automation contractor (MAC) services are becoming the de-facto standard in oil and gas megaprojects owing to the need to reduce cost overruns and eliminate delays, according to a Frost & Sullivan report - 4th March 2015
Exxon Mobil Corporation expects to start up 16 major oil and natural gas projects during the next three years and is on track to increase daily production to 4.3 million oil-equivalent barrels by 2017, Rex W. Tillerson, chairman and chief executive officer, said today
Exxon Mobil Corporation expects to start up 16 major oil and natural gas projects during the next three years and is on track to increase daily production to 4.3 million oil-equivalent barrels by 2017, Rex W. Tillerson, chairman and chief executive officer, said today - 4th March 2015
4th March 2015

Polarcus has been awarded a 3D seismic contract in the Mediterranean for an unnamed client
4th March 2015

Wentworth Resources has taken USD 5.6m from its existing credit facility with a domestic Tanzanian bank in order to boost its capital flow and find its Mnazi Bay exploration and production programme
4th March 2015

Circle Oil has had to plug and abandon its Shisr-1 well onshore Oman because of drilling difficulties and failing to find hydrocarbons