EM&I has been awarded a life extension study for an FPSO offshore Gabon.
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The coating is designed to help underwater infrastructure continue to meet expected standards.
To overcome the challenge of low recovery factors in shale reservoirs, independent global completions service company Tendeka, has launched ShaleModifier.
With at least 600 000 people worldwide killed or permanently disabled each year, snakebites are the biggest public health crisis that no one has heard of. For projects in Africa, Asia and Latin America, the oil and gas industry needs to consider the risks of workers being bitten and its corporate social responsibility to support local communities with this silent killer. Remote Medical International, working alongside the Asclepius Snakebite Foundation, have developed proven management and response strategies specific to the threat of snakebites.
Neodrill has announced that it will enter the South East Asian market following the addition of Tor Odegard to its team.
AqualisBraemar and HOSE International have signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly provide rig and well control inspection services for the offshore industry.
This software is a response to the process safety trend worldwide and part of PetroRio’s HSE Excellence initiative.
The scope comprises technical safety services, asset integrity and inspection services and general support services.
Coretrax, the specialist well construction and intervention company, has acquired Churchill Drilling Tools as part of an ongoing growth and expansion strategy.
As the oil and gas industry recovers, rationalisation is its focus when bringing new assets online and relaunching existing ones, unlocking maximum value in a shift from yesteryear’s excesses. While this is not always easy, composite provider SPS Technology has identified a set of means to achieve this, as Ian Nash, SPS Technology, explains.
The jack-up drilling rig HAKURYU-11 started the drilling operation based on the subcontract with PetroVietnam Drilling & Well Services Corporation on 19 November at Vung Tau, offshore Vietnam.
Energy companies using the system will be able to access a reliable supply of up to 100 MW of power over distances of up to 600 km and at a depth of 3000 m via a single cable, paving the way for greater access to offshore hydrocarbons.