(Reuters) - Australian engineering firm WorleyParsons Ltd (WOR.AX) said on Monday it would buy the former upstream oil and gas assets of Britain’s Amec Foster Wheeler Plc AMFW.L for 228 million pounds ($298.22 million), marking its entry into the UK North Sea market. WorleyParsons expects to tap Amec’s maintenance, modifications and operations ..
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France’s environment minister Nicolas Hulot has announced that the Republic is to place a moratori ..
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In those cities and regions worst hit by the fall in oil and gas business (Aberdeen and Houston and ..
Siemens has officially opened the doors of a new service center in Geismar, Louisiana, devoted to se ..
ConocoPhillips yesterday agreed to sell oil sands and western Canadian natural gas assets to Cenovus ..
Two UK oil services firms have agreed to a £5bn merger. John Wood Group announced this morning i ..
U.K. oil and gas production will continue to grow through 2018, putting it on course for the longest ..
Gazpromneft-Sakhalin, a subsidiary of Gazprom Neft, has signed a contract with Hakuryu 5, Inc (a 100 ..