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Deepwater Oil Drilling: North Sea & Europe

DOT in Aberdeen to focus on maximizing resource recovery

For the first time since its inception in 1981, the Deep Offshore Technology (DOT) International Conference & Exhibition will be held on the shores of the UK continental shelf Oct. 14-16, 2014, in Aberdeen, Scotland. 

Wild Well Control shows new Singapore capping stack

Wild Well Control has unveiled a new subsea capping stack for use in a deepwater well control incident. 

FES nets North Sea contract with NOV Flexibles

FES International has won a $1.25-million contract to supply four diverless bend stiffener connectors (SBSCs) to NOV Flexibles.

 

Expro joins BP’s Quad 204 project

Expro has secured a subsea contract from BP plc for the Quad 204 project, which is located west of the Shetland Isles in the UK sector of the North Sea.

Shell selects riserless mud recovery for Malikai wells

Shell has contracted IKM Energy Services to provide a riserless top-hole mud circulation system for the Malikai project offshore Sabah.

ONS 2014: Statoil moves to prove more gas at Aasta Hansteen

Statoil plans to drill three exploration wells during 2014-15 in an attempt to prove more gas for the deepwater Aasta Hansteen field development in the Norwegian Sea.

ONS 2014: GE shows Deepwater Vertical Xmas Tree

GE Oil & Gas has unveiled its Deepwater Vertical Xmas Tree at its new Technology Solutions Center in Stavanger in conjunction with Offshore Northern Seas 2014.

ONS 2014: GE opens new Technology Solutions Center

GE Oil & Gas has used ONS 2014 to formally unveil its new Technology Solutions Center located in Stavanger.

New casing retrieval tool lowers cost of deepwater P&A operations

During the next eight years, both the North Sea and the Gulf of Mexico are expected to see significant numbers of P&A projects. Integrated approaches with contingencies to handle the unknowns associated with these operations will be critical to the safety, efficiency, and economics of these projects. A new casing retrieval technology has been developed to specifically address deepwater P&A needs. The Harpoon cut-and-pull spear is designed to increase the likelihood of retrieving the casing in each run by performing multiple recovery attempts in a single trip.

Frontier seismic survey reaches Newgrange offshore Ireland

Providence Resources says 2D seismic survey operations have started over the Newgrange prospect area, 260 km (161 mi) offshore southwest Ireland.

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