Preparation and Collaboration Are Crucial to Cost Savings for FPSOs
In an uncertain financial environment, one way to cut costs is through efficient construction and conversion of FPSO units.
Wind Could Be Pushing Offshore Oil Production
The floating wind turbine saves both the cost of long lines for electricity and seawater for injection from the host.
The US Coast Guard Discusses How It Evaluates Continued Service Proposals for Offshore Facilities
It's about balancing standards with predictions.
Reducing Complexity Is the Key to Major Capital Projects
Companies must develop and maintain the competencies needed to carry out these projects and overcome performance gaps that have become increasingly evident.
How Mexican Energy Reforms Have Affected the Service Sector
Mexican service companies once wholly reliant on Pemex must find ways to adapt to their new ecosystem, which will involve building relationships with new partners.
Egypt Rejuvenates Economy, Offers Opportunities for Oil and Gas Investment
The discovery of the Zohr natural gas field, the largest in the Mediterranean region, has begun to rejuvenate prospects for the Egyptian economy.
IHS: Markets Will Begin to Balance Next Year
While the fundamentals are working, the oversupplied market still needs time to right itself.
Keeping the Idea of Subsea Processing Alive
Moving oil/water separation equipment from platforms to the seabed looks inevitable, but based on the current rate of adoption it could take forever.
OTC Names Winners of Spotlight on New Technology Awards
The program recognizes innovative technologies and allows for companies to show the latest advances in offshore exploration and production.
New Measures For Shale Reservoirs
An array of new in-well testing methods involving drill bit geomechanics and DNA sequencing provide unconventional producers with low-cost rock property data.