“This award represents the third drilling contractor and the seventh vessel globally to adopt our industry leading helical buoyancy, designed for riser drag reduction and VIV suppression for drilling operations in high current environments, and is the perfect start for the newly acquired CRP Subsea,” said Commercial Director, John Drury.
CRP Subsea Ltd, previously Trelleborg Offshore UK Ltd, underwent a management buy-out in March 2021 and will continue to supply their subsea buoyancy and bend protection solutions to offshore oil and gas and renewables projects.
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The November/December issue of Oilfield Technology begins by reviewing the state of the North Sea before moving on to cover a range of topics, including Drilling Technologies, Deepwater Operations, Flow Control.
Contributors come from Varel Energy Solutions, Gyrodata, Clariant Oil Services, Drillmec and many more.
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