Energy bulletins

PwC Middle East outlines ‘the rise of circularity’ in a newly published paper spotlighting the Energy, Utilities and Resources industry in the GCC

Standfirst: Against the backdrop of a growing population, increasing energy demand, and the heightened threat of climate change in the region, PwC Middle East details how private and public Energy, Utilities and Resources (EUR) players in the GCC can turn to circularity for long-term value. 19.09.2021: In a newly published paper titled ‘The rise of circularity: How the

Total is Transforming and Becoming TotalEnergies

Paris, May 28, 2021– At the Ordinary and Extraordinary Shareholders’ Meeting, shareholders approved today, almost unanimously, the resolution to change the company’s name from Total to TotalEnergies, thereby anchoring its strategic transformation into a broad energy company in its identity. In tandem with this name change, TotalEnergies is adopting a new visual identity. “Energy is

Dolphin Drilling lead the way in energy management securing ISO 50001 certification

26 May 2021 Dolphin Drilling, a leading harsh environment drilling contractor, is the first company of its kind to successfully secure Energy Management System ISO 50001:2018 certification, demonstrating its commitment to address energy performance by reducing energy use, energy costs and green house emissions. ISO 50001 was awarded to Dolphin Drilling following a seamless audit

ICR renews significant Quickflange™ contract with Apache Corporation’s North Sea Subsidiaries

25/05/2021 ICR Integrity (ICR), a leading global provider of integrated maintenance and integrity solutions to the oil and gas, power, chemical, nuclear and renewables industries, has signed a renewal agreement for its Quickflange™ service with Apache Corporation’s North Sea subsidiaries. Quickflange™ is ICR’s high-performing, patented technology for permanent weldless flange to pipe connections. The solution

ASCO supplying UK wide solutions for offshore decommissioning project

ASCO, the global integrated logistics and materials management company has successfully completed six separate onshore work scope packages in support of the decommissioning programme for a major upstream oil and gas operator within the UK. The projects involved the onshore receipt of a wide-ranging inventory including 2,400m3 contaminated produced water, flushing fluids and 2,000 tonnes

HPR ROV Increases International Footprint with KSA Partnership

31-March-2021 Leading ROV specialist, HPR ROV, has signed an exclusive two-year agreement with Saudi-based Intelligent Energy Services (i-Energy). The agreement, which reflects the Aberdeenshire company’s international growth strategy, will see i-Energy act as exclusive agents for HPR ROV in the region, enabling the firm to offer its full suite of specialised ROV systems to the

Hyundai and Shell Sign New Agreement to Expand Collaborations on Clean Energy Solutions

Partnership will undertake new cooperative projects focused on the transition to clean mobility and carbon reduction Partners plan to establish new type of service channels overseas and start to cooperate on energy supply business expansion into EV and FCEV charging services The partnership is extended until 2026, having started from 2005  Dubai, March 22, 2021

The EU and the UNDP launch the Energy Innovation Hub in collaboration with Nucleus Ventures

We are excited to announce that the European Union co-funded UNDP – CEDRO 5 project, is taking an additional step to support Lebanon’s Clean Energy Transition, by joining forces with Nucleus Ventures in their upcoming program, the Energy Innovation Hub. The programme offers startups and SMEs access to funding to elevate ideas off the ground,

CMA CGM and Total Complete World’s Largest Liquefied Natural Gas Bunkering Operation at Port of Rotterdam

Rotterdam, 16 November 2020 – The CMA CGM JACQUES SAADE, the world’s largest containership powered by Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) has completed her first LNG bunkering with Total’s LNG bunker vessel, the Gas Agility, on November 13th, 2020 at the Port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands. The 23,000 TEU[1] containership received around 17,300 m3 of