‘Almost half of all utility project groundwork puts workers at risk’

A new report says underground pipes and cables are often not properly mapped out before excavation work begins

Wage row threatens to close Libyan gas pipe

Security guards in Libya are reportedly threatening to block a gas pipeline to the capital Tripoli (pictured) in a row over wages. It follows a spate of strikes at Libyan oil fields which have seen the nation’s oil production dwindle to 250,000 barrels of oil per day and oil exports are said to have been […]

Statoil signs £51m deal with Subsea 7

Statoil have signed a contract with seabed-to-surface engineering firm Subsea 7 worth £51 million for the transport and installation of a platform at the Svalin C Field, in the North Sea. The deal also includes the building of a 6km gas flowline. Operations are due to begin next year. Stuart Fitzgerald, Subsea 7’s Vice President […]