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CNOOC makes new discovery in UK North SeaCNOOC Limited has made a new discovery on the Glengorm prospect, located in offshore UK Central North Sea.Aker BP hits oil and gas at Froskelar Main well offshore NorwayNorwegian oil company Aker BP has hit oil and gas at it its Froskelar Main exploration well in the North Sea offshore Norway.ExxonMobil strikes two more oil finds offshore GuyanaAfter a string of discoveries in the past two years, ExxonMobil had made two additional discoveries offshore Guyana at the Tilapia-1 and Haimara-1 wells, bringing the total number of discoveries on the Stabroek Block to 12.Total makes significant discovery offshore South AfricaFrench oil company Total has made a significant gas condensate discovery at the Brulpadda prospect on Block 11B/12B offshore South Africa.Exxon makes gas discovery at Glaucus-1 well, offshore CyprusExxonMobil has completed the drilling of the second exploration well in the Block 10 offshore Cyprus and has made a gas discovery, the government said on Thursday.PTTEP strikes gas, condensate at Orchid well, offshore AustraliaThai oil and gas company PTTEP has made a gas and condensate discovery at the Orchid-1, the first exploration well in Permit AC/P54 located in the Timor Sea, Australia.Eni hits ‘major oil discovery’ offshore AngolaItalian oil company Eni has announced “a major oil discovery” in Block 15/06, in the Agogo exploration prospect, in Angola’s deep water.Eni makes new gas discovery offshore EgyptItalian oil company Eni has made a new gas discovery under evaluation in the Nour exploration prospect located in the Nour North Sinai Concession, in the Eastern Egyptian Mediterranean, about 50 km North of the Sinai peninsula.ExxonMobil cheers 13th discovery offshore GuyanaExxonMobil has made a new oil discovery offshore Guyana at the Yellowtail-1 well, marking the 13th discovery on the Stabroek Block.Spotted a typo? Have something more to add to the story? Maybe a nice photo? Contact our editorial team via email. Also, if you’re interested in showcasing your company, product or technology on Offshore Energy Today, please contact us via our advertising form where you can also see our media kit. The first batch of major offshore oil and gas discoveries of the year listed in chronological order.Scarabeo 9 drilling rig. Source: Wikimedia – under the CC BY-SA 3.0 license
Big free-agency news come out of Anaheim on Wednesday, as the Ducks announced they’ve bought out Corey Perry’s contract.Reports of the move surfaced late Wednesday morning from TSN’s Frank Seravali. The 33-year-old was originally drafted by Anaheim in with the 28th overall selection in the 2003 NHL Draft. The four-time All-Star spent 14 seasons with the Ducks, winning the Stanley Cup in 2007 and the Hart Trophy in 2011.Perry played just 31 games for Anaheim last season due to injury. He scored six goals and tallied 10 points. #NHLDucks are in the process of finalizing paperwork to buy out Corey Perry this morning. Perry is not expected to be placed on waivers, by virtue of his no-move clause. Big name for the #FreeAgentFrenzy list. #TSN— Frank Seravalli (@frank_seravalli) June 19, 2019″This is one of the most difficult decisions I’ve had to make in my 44 years in the NHL,” Ducks general manager Bob Murray said in a statement. “We thank Corey for everything he’s meant to the Ducks organization. No matter what he elects to do from here, Corey, his wife, Blakeny, and his son, Griffin, will always be part of the Ducks family.”Perry had two years remaining on his current deal, and the Ducks were set to take a cap hit of $8.625 million in each of the next two seasons. With the move, Anaheim saves about $6 million in cap space.