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Leak-free ROV Tooling for Deepwater Operations

Nov 21, 2018

As the Brazilian oil and gas market emerges from a four year crisis, with expanded oil block tenders including the high quality/high yield pre-salt plays desired by most major IOCs, new subsea solutions are required to increase operational efficiency while decreasing costs…

Shrinking Numbers of Jobless Could Mean Engineer Scarcity

Nov 20, 2018

Norway’s overall, oil-fueled economic expansion may be hampering the offshore industry from recruiting the engineering talent it needs, just as signs of recovery appear from segment-to-segment.More openly than ever, a Norway-based offshore industry…

Harnessing Digital Information to Power Costs Savings

Nov 16, 2018

The high cost of producing offshore reserves is increasingly driving operators to seek out efficiencies, such as doing more with the data they collect.“A lot of people reconsidered how to handle offshore when the downturn came,” Nate Clark, principal at Deloitte Consulting…

'Recovery' Led by OSVs with Engineers On Board

Nov 14, 2018

A report back in 2014 from numbers crunchers Rystad Energy — about the timing of an upturn for subsea engineering — appears to be proving largely true. Recovery, it said, would begin haltingly in two parts: first subsea services and then subsea equipment…

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