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  • Remote Operations Provide a New Approach to Offshore Development

    June 6th, 2018

    Can operators afford not to seize the opportunity to capture the value of the digital transformation, and simultaneously turn the changing demographics in the workforce into a net gain now, rather than a looming struggle for the days (and years ahead)? Larry Forster and Dave Hartell outline their...

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  • Monetizing Nigeria's Non-associated Gas Resources

    May 18th, 2018

    Nigeria has very significant natural gas resources, estimated to be the ninth largest in the world at nearly 200 trillion cubic feet (TcF) and the largest in sub Saharan Africa. A substantial portion of this gas is non-associated, and much of it has been discovered offshore, in shallow water and...

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  • Reducing Subsea Equipment Capex

    May 11th, 2018

    The primary driver for all projects should be disciplined spending. But, one of the most powerful tools for minimizing costs is standardization of equipment, yet it is one of the least used. System designs should target meeting requirements and avoid exceeding requirements. Focus should be on...

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  • Late Life Oil Field Development

    May 3rd, 2018

    A shallow water asset off West Africa, already in production from multiple reservoirs with an FPSO and production platforms, needed a plan for its late-life oil field development. Production was declining. Oil prices were falling. Declining production needed to be replaced and operating expense...

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  • Overcoming Risks Producing Incident-free Arctic Oil

    April 23rd, 2014

    The industry needs to rebuild its Arctic capability to operate effectively at high latitudes. Arctic conditions can be daunting with sea-ice as one of the most pervasive challenges. Source: U. S. Coast Guard.   Great rewards are generally preceded by great risks. As the world price for crude oil...

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