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14 winners in OTC Spotlight on New Technology awards

Posted on 05 March 2009

  • • 2H Offshore – INTEGRistick Dynamic Curvature Sensor.
  • • Baker Hughes – TORXS Expandable Liner Hanger System.
  • • Baker Hughes – Frac-Hook Multilateral System.
  • • Cameron-Nautronix – NASMUX.
  • • ProPure AS – ProSalt.
  • • Reelwell AS – Reelwell Drilling Method (RDM).
  • • Schlumberger Subsea Surveillance – subC-strip and subC-collar.
  • • Specialized Products – Pulse Technology-Battery Maintenance, Conditioning and Charging.
  • • Technip France – Amplitude-LNG Loading System (ALLS).
  • • US Synthetic, a Dover company – Diamond Radial Bearings.
  • • VetcoGray, a GE Oil & Gas company – SEM5.
  • • Weatherford International – OneTrip StarBurst Multilateral System.
  • • Welltec – Well Cleaner PST.
  • • WesternGeco, a business unit of Schlumberger – Coil Shooting.

Winning technologies must meet the following criteria:

  • • New – less than two years old.
  • • Innovative – original, groundbreaking, and capable of revolutionizing the offshore E&P industry.
  • • Proven – through full-scale application or successful prototype testing.
  • • Broad interest – broad appeal for the industry.
  • • Significant impact – provides significant benefits beyond existing technologies.

The awards will be presented on 4 May at the 2009 OTC event. More information can be found here.

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