North Sea engineering contract win for UK company

Multi-million pound North Sea engineering contract awarded

£1.4m contract awarded to wellhead system firm

Oil and gas engineering firm secures second contract with Maersk Oil

Large contract awarded for slider rigs

KCA Deutag wins multi-million dollar contract with Lukoil

New hydraulic jar launched

Designed for high-performance continuity in high debris environments

Call for action to tackle drilling skills crisis

CEO of LR Senergy issues warning on skills shortage

Well equipment expert launches new gauge hanger

Hi-Ex Gauge Hanger expands the limits for data acquisition

Well order signed for offshore Morocco project

Surface wellhead and mudline equipment services to be supplied for exploration well

Rise in demand for rental equipment for offshore drilling projects predicted

Industry expert foresees bright times ahead as new developments help reinvigorate the sector

Lining manufacturing process designed to meet demands of oil producers

Solutions to reduce the high cost of corrosion caused by carbon dioxide, hydrogen dioxide and oxygen found in many downhole and injector wells

Treatment of chemically emulsified produced water

Ruud Meinen and Paul Schouten look at a new field-tested process which treats chemically emulsified water to below 10ppm

Modules for offshore living

Modules provide the solution for a safe and comfortable offshore living and working environment. Sarah Gray reports

Shale gas - the ultimate test of compliance, technology and sustainability

The fracking revolution has opened up much debate over the impact of shale gas. Paul Taylor reports

Walking the torque

Karel Devos looks at torque-matched fibre rope solutions for offshore mooring.

Deep water MiniROVs and delivery systems

MiniROVs can deliver the same flight performance as larger ROVs without the higher cost of the equipment and commissioning. Cyril Poissonnet reports

Oil field pipe recovery

Graeme Montgomery looks at the benefits of non-explosive, non-hazardous pipe cutting technology

Jack-up rig drills to depths of 30,000ft

Field services contracts can run into hundreds of millions of dollars as oil and gas companies strive to improve the efficiency and reliability of their operations. Sean Ottewell reports

Drilling programmes prosper on back of exploration investment

Drilling activity remains robust around the world, with the US, Europe and the Far East attracting major exploration investment. Eugene McCarthy reports



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