Emergency power for the oil and gas industry

Safeguarding reliable power supplies at the world’s third largest natural gas processing plant. Jörg Habermaas reports

Extending the scope of field services

As the latest project announcements show, field services suppliers have to cover almost every activity, from offshore engineering services to supply, installation and maintenance of equipment. Sean Ottewell reports

Exploratory campaigns provide encouragement for investors

From Alaska to Ireland and Indonesia, many exploratory campaigns are producing positive results. Eugene McCarthy explains.

Offshore cranes have lifting capacities ranging up to 900mt

Developed to meet the increasing demands of the offshore construction and subsea market

Smallest survey system get a little bigger

Innovatum has added to its fleet of small-sized Falcon ROVs, the slightly larger but compact version of the more powerful Saab Seaeye Cougar XT

Circuit board cleaners improved down-hole logging tools possible

MicroCare products help to prolong the life of these intricate devices and avoid the costs of down-hole failures

LED lighting for hazardous areas

When it comes to specifying lighting for use in hazardous offshore oil and gas environments, users should consider the technical and cost advantages of installing the latest LED lamps over the more traditional fluorescent alternatives, says Willi Steckel

Ship capable of lifting the topside structures from offshore platforms

Colfax Fluid Handling to supply hydraulic pumps for world's largest heavy-lifting ship

Enhanced breaking strength for crane rope

Teufelberger has now relaunched its Evolution TK16 high performance rope. The key factor of this rope upgrade, is its increased breaking strength with up to plus 7 per cent

Novel technologies vie to improve subsea flows

From undersea compression to improved drainage and blockage removal, E and P companies are turning to novel technologies to improve their product returns

Zinc ribbon anodes for AC mitigation

Recognising the increased need for pipeline grounding to dissipate interference

Rolling bearings prevent unplanned downtime of drill rig plant and machinery

Rolling bearings used in offshore drilling applications must withstand extremely harsh operating conditions. Drill rig operators must therefore select bearings that maximise machine availability and prevent unplanned downtime, says Dr Steve Lacey

Field services key to asset exploitation

Field services companies supply everything from pipeline integrity management services to software in order to maximise production from assets. Sean Ottewell reports

Europe continues to attract drilling investments

Major drilling investments in Europe show that the continent remains a lucrative location for oil and gas discovery and development. Eugene McCarthy reports.

Flexible ceramic heatshield solves temperature issues at oil platform

Enables oil engineers to quickly and effectively protect HVAC unit from a flare stack in a harsh environment



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