Coming Up Next in Offshore Engineer

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

The March/April edition of Offshore Engineer magazine will include features on . . . 

Deepwater: The Big New Horizon
More and more operators are turning once more to deep water exploration. Elaine Maslin takes a look at some of the hot spots explorers are targeting over the next year.

Transport and Installation: Projects and Vessels
The offshore installation market has been tough over the last three to four years, but vessel owners and operators have not been resting on their laurels. Elaine Maslin looks at fleet activity, renewal and innovation.

Subsea: ROV/AUV
Unmanned underwater vehicles continue to evolve and the lines blur between AUV and ROV. OE explores the latest technologies that promise efficiency and safety gains.

Production Operations: Inspection, Maintenance, Repair
William Stoichevski explores the ways newcomers and established players have used changing regulations to carve out an IMR niche on both sides of the North Sea and the Atlantic.

Drilling Automation: From Robots to Big Data
Two service companies long known for point the bit rotary steerable systems decided in 2016 to move into the push the bit space. The offerings are aimed at increased tool reliability, smoother wellbores and higher levels of drilling performance consistency from well to well, the companies tell Jennifer Pallanich.

Regional Report: Gulf of Mexico & North America

Special Report: Japanese Offshore Equipment

Distributed at major events worldwide:

  • Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) - May 6-9 - Houston, U.S.
  • Global Petroleum Show - June 11-13 - Calgary, Canada
  • Underwater Technology Conference - June 11-13 - Bergen, Norway

For more information, contact managing editor Eric Haun at

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