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Rig briefs: KCA DEUTAG awarded contract worth up to $2.2 billion; Keppel delivers Super A Class jackup

Posted on 05 June 2013 in Global and Regional Markets, News, The Offshore Frontier

KCA DEUTAG has been awarded a contract with Statoil for the management, operation and maintenance of two…

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BSEE to establish Ocean Energy Safety Institute for collaborative research, shared learning

Posted on 05 June 2013 in Drilling It Safely, Global and Regional Markets, News, The Offshore Frontier

The US Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) will establish an independent Ocean Energy…

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Statoil discovers oil in Grane field in the North Sea

Posted on 05 June 2013 in Global and Regional Markets, News, The Offshore Frontier

Statoil and its partners are in the process of concluding drilling operations in exploration well 25/11-27 in the Grane Unit…

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Noble Energy confirms Karish discovery in Levant Basin offshore Israel

Posted on 31 May 2013 in Global and Regional Markets, News, The Offshore Frontier

Noble Energy has discovered natural gas at the Karish prospect offshore Israel. The discovery well was drilled to a total depth…

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Depth perception

Posted on 28 May 2013 in 2013, Features, Innovating While Drilling, May/June, The Offshore Frontier

The business of finding and producing oil and gas is all about safe and responsible recovery, reliability and return on investment. Nowhere is that mission more important than the world of subsea completions. Today’s subsea completion operations…

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Permanent production packer pushes limits of ultra-HPHT wells

Posted on 28 May 2013 in 2013, Completing the Well, May/June, The Offshore Frontier

As operators continue to drill in deeper and more extreme formations, the demand for technologies to suit these environments will…

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Real-time data, reservoir model combination addresses GOM challenges

Posted on 28 May 2013 in 2013, Global and Regional Markets, May/June, The Offshore Frontier

Growing activity in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) reflects the industry’s capability to meet increasing operational challenges in deepwater, where activity has returned to pre-moratorium…

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Craighead: E&P in ultra-deepwater is like ‘going to mars’

Posted on 28 May 2013 in 2013, Global and Regional Markets, May/June, The Offshore Frontier

In the not so distant past, with deepwater exploration still in its infancy, the fear of shrinking oil and gas supplies frequently ran high. Today, however, industry has embraced the challenges…

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Case study: Planning enables remote-area drilling campaign

Posted on 28 May 2013 in 2013, Global and Regional Markets, Innovating While Drilling, May/June, The Offshore Frontier

Operators share rig, services for exploratory, appraisal program offshore Falkland Islands By J.W. Jenner, A. Morrison, Rockhopper Exploration; R. Lyons, Desire Petroleum; L. Phillips, AGR Petroleum Services; I. McBean, Diamond Offshore Drilling (UK) Offshore the Falkland Islands, approximately 650 km southeast of the South American continent, two small UK operators with limited in-house operational resources conducted […]

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Ship shape

Posted on 28 May 2013 in 2013, Features, Global and Regional Markets, May/June, The Offshore Frontier

The world’s offshore rig fleet is getting a makeover. The recovering global economy, healthy commodity prices, a burgeoning ultra-deepwater market and plans to venture into more harsh-environment fields have converged in a perfect storm of newbuild activity…

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