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The Pipeline Repair Busters: Being ready for the worst case

Oct 22, 2020

Pipeline repair isn’t a frequent activity but when it is needed it’s a critical activity. New tools are being developed and demonstrated to also make it safer and more efficient, and yet challenges remain, such as higher pressure, deeper water, and bi-metallic pipeline repairs. Elaine Maslin reportsPipeline repairs are not that frequent. But the consequences when they do happen can be significant. A damaged pipeline can shut in tens of millions of dollars of production – per day…

Artemis vCompact ROV designed to Access Tight Spots

Aug 05, 2021

TSC Subsea designed a new ROV-deployed automated scanning tool to address the challenge of carrying out tight access field joint inspection through difficult to penetrate pipeline coating.Artemis vCompact, a smaller, lightweight, more-flexible version of the standard Artemis…

World’s Longest [37 km] ETH Production Pipeline installed offshore Norway

Aug 03, 2021

Neptune Energy reports the  installation and testing of the world’s longest traceheated subsea production pipeline at its operated Fenja field in the Norwegian sea.“Completing the installation and testing of the ETH pipe is a great technical…

Barcodes to Drive Down Pipeline Inspection Costs

Oct 22, 2020

Three French companies are working on a pipeline inspection solution that combines ROVs and the use of visual markers - barcodes - directly integrated on subsea pipelines.The solution, being developed by tubular solutions firm Vallourec, smart…

Acoustic Data launches high-expansion Retainer with Integrated Acoustic Telemetry

Oct 03, 2020

Acoustic Data has developed a new slickline deployed high expansion retainer for cement and metal alloy plug and abandonment (P&A) applications. In the case of new-generation metal alloy plugs, the HEX-Retainer can be integrated with the company’s…

Energean: Karish Pipelaying Works Set to Begin

May 25, 2020

The Mediterranean-focused oil and gas company Energean is gearing up to begin pipelaying works as part of its Karish development, offshore Israel.The company on Monday said in a social media post that the Solitaire vessel, owned by Allseas, and Normand Cutter vessel…

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