Undersea advances, from ropes to deep-water repair robots

Allseas Group, a Swiss offshore pipelaying company, has collaborated with DSM Dyneema to improve the safety and speed of underwater pipe-laying using next-generation rope technology.

Extending platform life by using cementitious materials

Technical improvements in exploiting existing oil and gas fields and the continued high demand for hydrocarbons very often requires existing offshore structures to be modified and used beyond their design life.

Modelling of gas fields: taking an integrated approach to natural gas production

The production of natural gas is a complex activity dependant on the many diverse relationships between reservoirs, topsides equipment and pipelines, which collectively or individually dictate deliverability.

Offshore deck weighs in at 11,000-tons

Largest offshore deck built in The Netherlands reaches milestone

£2 million well abandonment programme

Marine Subsea UK spreads the cost of well abandonment activity with major North Sea contracts

Leg mating units reducing cost of installing offshore platforms

The world depends for much of its energy supply on oil and gas extracted from beneath the seabed. New technology for installing production platforms offshore provides a welcome reduction in costs



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