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Exploration/Drilling

Knowing the drill

Louise Smyth meets a former drilling engineer who is encouraging the sector to embrace innovative – and far more efficient – new technology

Deeper underground

6,000ft borehole drilled with support of compact solids control system

Subsea hydraulic control

As operators analyse their expenditures, the reliability of the subsea hydraulic controls has been identified as a major cost-driver


Partnership sets out to challenge traditional maintenance

Maersk and National Oilwell Varco are setting out to improve maintenance reliability

New drilling semi-submersibles

The Ocean-HE and Ocean1600-HE form the basis for the mid water and deep water harsh environment regions of operations

Vital connections

Ragnvald Graff explains the importance of umbilicals in the offshore oil and gas sector

Testing times for subsea and downhole equipment

Dr Carl Wordsworth reveals why, today more than ever, onshore testing is vital for equipment destined for subsea environments

Faster analysis of oilfield drilling muds

Innovative new handheld technology speeds up mud analysis

New coating range for offshore asset maintenance

Pure epoxy uni-primers combine corrosion protection with construction flexibility

Update on Israeli natural gas industry

Israeli natural gas industry – where do we go now?

Shale gas hasn’t gone away

Europe still needs pragmatic solutions to its critical energy challenges​. By Mateusz Stankiewicz-Szynka and Marcus Pepperell

Service-based concept

Ramiz Selimbasic presents an oil and gas concept that offers advantages for every user

Improved sealing for wellheads

A new design of seal can be more easily installed in wellheads, says Tim Rushton

Corrosion removal: your flexible friend

A flexible cylinder hone can play a critical role in oil and gas maintenance operations

Rock mechanics

New equipment could play a major role North Sea exploration and production

Patent system could protect shale innovations

Unitary patent system could help to future-proof protection of shale sector innovations

Latest fracking truck launched

The new truck employs the Allison 9832 OFS transmission, reducing overall vehicle weight by 2.5 tons

Push and pull force monitoring unit

Offers increased reliability and safety for crane applications and long travel lengths

Step-up containerised transformer

The 4.0 MVA multi-tap transformer provides a variety of voltages up to 14,400V and a range input voltage for the generators

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