BA says no evidence global IT outage caused by cyber attack
LONDON, May 27 British Airways said on Saturday there was no evidence that a global breakdown of its IT systems had been caused by a cyber attack.
(In MAY 16 story, corrects to remove reference to North Sea net output increase in paragraph 2) LONDON, May 18 New oil projects in the North Sea aim to add 1.2 million barrels per day (bpd) of new capacity, helping offset declining output from old fields, Reuters research shows. Below is a table of the major oil projects that are due to come onstream between 2017 and 2019: Field Major Operator/s Target Startup capacity date (bpd) Johan Sverdrup Statoil/Lundin/A 440,000 2019* ker BP Quad 204 BP 130,000 Q2 2017 Edvard Grieg Statoil/Lundin 126,000 H2 2016 Clair Ridge BP 100,000 2018 Martin Linge Total/Statoil 80,000 late 2017 Gina Krog Statoil 60,000 Q2 2017 Mariner Siccar 55,000 2018 Point/Statoil Catcher Premier Oil 50,000 mid-2017 Ivar Aasen Aker BP 50,000 late 2016 Kraken Enquest 50,000 Q2 2017 Western Isles Dana 40,000 2017 Petroleum/Cieco Greater Stella Ithaca Energy 30,000*** H1 2017 Solan Premier Oil 30,000 2018 Cheviot Alpha Petroleum 30,000 2019 Maria Wintershall/Peto -- H1 2018 ro TOTAL 1,241,000 *Phase 1 of Johan Sverdrup. Phase 2 2022 w target of 660,000 bpd **Phase 1 of Greater Stella (Reporting by Amanda Cooper and Ron Bousso in LONDON and Nerijus Adomaitis in OSLO; Editing by Edmund Blair)
LONDON, May 27 British Airways said it had cancelled all flights from London's Heathrow and Gatwick airports scheduled before 1700 GMT on Saturday due to a global computer outage.
LONDON, May 27 British Airways flights in Britain were being delayed and passengers were suffering long waits at airports on Saturday because of a global system outage, the airline said.