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PETRONAS’ Miessner: Technology gaps remain in sand control, subsea rigless interventions

Posted on 17 May 2010 in News

PETRONAS Carigali is a relatively new player as an operator in deepwater, although we’ve been a deepwater joint…

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Modular GE deepwater tree reduces footprint, weight

Posted on 17 May 2010 in News

GE Oil & Gas launched its VetcoGray DHXT deepwater horizontal tree and integral control system at the 2010 Offshore Technology Conference (OTC)…

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Rowan EXL I jackup delivered on time, within budget

Posted on 17 May 2010 in News

Keppel AmFELS has delivered the first of four EXL rigs to Rowan Drilling Company safely, on time and within budget. The rig, christened Rowan EXL I at the…

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Top tension riser systems developed for ATP’s Telemark Hub

Posted on 11 May 2010 in News, OTC

ATP Oil and Gas’ Telemark Hub in the Gulf of Mexico is being developed with a new deep draft floating production system, a triangular design with…

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OTC panel: Surface BOPs can extend rig’s water-depth capability

Posted on 11 May 2010 in News, OTC

Surface BOP (SBOP) isn’t exactly a new technology; it’s been standard practice on jackups for decades. However, for floating rigs, the SBOP has been…

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Statoil focuses on future subsea processing opportunities

Posted on 11 May 2010 in News, OTC

Subsea processing involves combinations of fluid conditioning and pressure boosting of well stream fluids and water at the seabed…

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Deepwater Horizon Memorial Fund established

Posted on 07 May 2010 in News, OTC

The Deepwater Horizon Memorial Fund has been established to assist the families as they work through this difficult time.

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IADC, API ask DOI for shallow-water exemption from drilling ban

Posted on 07 May 2010 in News

Spurred by potential catastrophic potential job losses and ambiguities in the new-drilling ban issued by Washington…

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Care, partnership, resilience, tenacity: driving ‘impossible’ frontier projects forward

Posted on 07 May 2010 in News, OTC

Taking a break from the usual technical tone of the Offshore Technology Conference, John Hollowell, vice president…

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OTC 2010 keynote: Believing in the ‘impossible’ key to moving onto new frontiers

Posted on 07 May 2010 in News, OTC

At the 2010 Offshore Technology Conference Awards Luncheon on 4 May, Hugh Elkins was honored with the…

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