End of life offshore decommissioning simplified

Xodus and Subcon unite to offer an ecological solution

New content added to oil & gas information system

Elsevier adds more than one million figures and tables to its Geofacets solution

Update on Israeli natural gas industry

Israeli natural gas industry – where do we go now?

Cables for marine use

Latest products in cable range designed for ship and offshore applications

New tool to estimate impact of exploration on marine environment

Central environmental data platform to boost safety of oil and gas exploration in UK waters

Hydraulic oils for arctic conditions

Protect equipment in extremely cold climates, operating at x4 thinner viscosity at -40degC

Developing a unified approach to qualifying CO2 storage sites

Pilot-scale and demo-scale projects are now underway around the world, and project developers are considering taking the next step

Spot oil spills and leaks with the help of colour coded bacteria

Pollution testing using bacteria is proving to be remarkably robust and reliable. It also does away with the need for noxious chemicals

Industry urged to act as refrigerant phase-out looms

Many facilities still depend on the refrigerant R22 for essential process cooling. However, the substance is being phased out under EU legislation, creating a major potential problem for those affected

Recycling drilling process by-products

Fossil fuel prices may still be low but, as Sean Ottewell reports, demand remains strong for solutions that deal safely and economically with the by-products of oil and gas production

A life aquatic: ensuring marine diversity

Richard Foote investigates the role of marine biologists in offshore energy developments

Low-sulphur fuel legislation reduce emissions

Shipping operators are turning to diesel engines equipped with electronic fuel management systems fitted with volumeter technology

Improving efficiency and cutting emissions with gas turbine technologies

Operating companies are turning to advanced gas turbine technologies to boost efficiency and meet emissions regulations. Sean Ottewell reports

Investment in US shale gas rises to record levels

Interest in US shale gas reserves has prompted a flurry of mergers and acquisitions. Sean Ottewell reports

Scientists suggest independent monitoring of deep sea hydrocarbon industry

Deepwater Horizon disaster in the Gulf of Mexico underscores need for independent monitoring of the ecological effects


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