One of the country’s main thoroughfares for crude oil production experienced a temporary shutdown along the Great Lakes, caused by wintry weather.
For marine contractors stationed in western Europe – or whose upcoming labors will take them to the other side of the pond – an annual gathering is just around the corner that merits a mention.
As much as individuals appreciate automation and have come to view it as common, self-driving cars represent a change in lifestyle that most Americans are unwilling to adopt, according to a new poll.
Taiwan’s Environmental Protection Association has preliminarily green-lit eight offshore wind projects, slated to begin as soon as the environmental impact studies are completed.
It looks like the Sunshine State’s coastline may be available for oil and gas projects after all, new reports suggest.
On Sunday night at approximately 7 p.m. local time in the city of Kenner, an oil rig went up in flames, due to an apparent explosion that remains under investigation
At least two of Florida’s four nuclear plants ceased operational services in the days preceding Hurricane Irma’s arrival, necessitating commercial diver services.
Oil and gas projects after Hurricane Harvey are up and running again, though they remain far from operating at full capacity.