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Talos, TechnipFMC to partner on carbon capture projects along US Gulf Coast

Under the partnership, the companies will collaborate to progress CCS opportunities through the full lifecycle of storage site characterization, front-end engineering and design (FEED) and first injection through life of field operations. The partnership comes after Talos's recent successful award as the operator of the only major offshore carbon sequestration hub in the US.

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IADC aims to boost subsea crew competency with new assessment program

Launched in August, the IADC Subsea Competency Assessment Program is designed to enhance workforce competency in the drilling industry, providing a clear pathway to credential qualified subsea technicians who have a position-specific comprehension of concepts and who have demonstrated effective skills in the field. In this interview with DC, Brooke Polk, Senior Director – Accreditation Operations at IADC is joined by Ricky Cummings, Principal Advisor – Well Control Systems at Chevron, and Martin Carnie, Head of Well Control Equipment at Maersk Drilling, to discuss the objectives of the program, as well as the development process.

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Parker Drilling, subsidiaries launch integrated company as Parker Wellbore

The "re-energized integration" of Parker Drilling, Quail Tools and iTS Energy will deliver drilling operations and management services to the North Sea and the US Gulf of Mexico, alongside previously established operations in the Arctic, Sakhalin Island and Atlantic Canada. The company will also target geothermal opportunities in Indonesia and East Africa.

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IOGP Executive Director: Industry must be more vocal in order to maintain its social license to operate

The oil and gas industry plays a central role in meeting the energy needs of billions of people around the world while also contributing to global economic development. That is an undeniable fact, even as many countries enact policies to lower emissions as part of wider strategies around climate change. This means the industry must be even more vocal about the work it does, says the Executive Director of IOGP.

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