77.8 million acres of federal waters in the Gulf of Mexico are scheduled for sale on August 21.
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The blowout preventer skids and tests units from Fugro will be included in Wild Well Control's subsea response kit.
The expanded facility has the capacity to treat up to 80 000 bpd of produced water and receive 80 000 bpd of non-potable water.
When Trestakk comes onstream it will produce approximately 22 000 bpd, with peak production expected to be approximately 44 000 bpd.
The two year Connect-R project is a collaboration of renowned academics and leading engineering and robotic companies aiming to make decommissioning and maintenance in the oil and gas industry easier and safer.
The combined content offering will allow investment and petrotechnical professionals to quickly assess the current value of a lease or company position in the contiguous US.
The company's local entity, Sparrows Saudi Arabia, will deliver drilling and lifting equipment examination and overhaul, specialist inspection, Dropped Objects Prevention Scheme (DROPS) surveys, mechanical handling and engineering support to Saudi Aramco.
Dr. Ming Yang, TUV SUD NEL, UK, reports on industry attempts to better manage discharge of produced water.
Seabed Geosolutions has been awarded a 4D ocean bottom node (OBN) monitor survey in West Africa for a major oil company.