Gulf E&P remains active despite falling oil prices

As the offshore industry moves into 2015, E&P activities remain robust in the Gulf of Mexico. (Photo courtesy Chevron)

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HP/HT technology continues to advance

Operators and service suppliers are turning up the heat to design, build, operate, and maintain high-pressure/high-temperature tools and equipment. (Photo courtesy Weatherford)

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Statoil's subsea factory tackles the power source hurdle

Statoil and a few service companies are redefining the layout of the subsea sector by creating compact separation facilities on the seabed. (Image courtesy Siemens)

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Caution, capital realities to drive deepwater GoM operations

Significantly reduced cash flow for companies in 2015 means reprioritized spending is inevitable. (Photo courtesy Shell)

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Emergency preparedness study seeks to quantify best practices

After prevention, preparation for emergency response is the next most important consideration so any negative consequences can be mitigated effectively. (Photo courtesy MWCC) 

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