Oil & Gas Pipeline & Transportation: North Sea & Europe

Technip adds Glenlivet development work to Edradour project offshore Shetlands

Technip has added Glenlivet to its list of projects west of Shetlands offshore UK. 

Trio to examine North Sea concrete mattress removal options

Decom North Sea (DNS) is collaborating with Zero Waste Scotland (ZWS) and subsea engineering company Jee to develop solutions for the recovery of concrete subsea mattresses and subsequent re-use.

Pipe-in-pipe technology adapts to changing needs in deep and shallow water

Over the past two decades, the pipe-in-pipe (PiP) product has become an essential part of the subsea field development engineer's "tool box." Due to its high insulation performance, it minimizes heat losses from the transported fluid to the environment that more traditional subsea coatings cannot provide. In 2014, Technip installed its 50th PiP via the reel-lay method; the first project was in Australia in 1989. Along the way, the company has advanced the technology at various points.

Oil price threatens UK's offshore future

Britain's government should take further action to ensure new North Sea projects go ahead, according to two reports.

FlexTech receives North Sea integrity assignments

FlexTech has won contracts from two unnamed oil and gas majors to support their operations in the North Sea.

Wintershall assigns DNV GL verification duties for Maria offshore Norway

Wintershall Norge has appointed DNV GL as independent verification body and assigned the company third-party design verification scope for the subsea, umbilicals, risers, and flowlines component of the Maria field development in the Norwegian Sea.

Tata Steel reaches pipe supply milestone

Tata Steel has supplied 1 million metric tons (1.1 million tons) of pipeline for oil and gas projects in the North Sea.

North Sea CATS trunkline restrictions to continue

Noreco says normal operations of the UK North Sea’s CATS gas transport system will not resume until the end of February at the earliest.

Det norske completes fourth Alvheim subsea tieback

Det norske oljeselskap and its partners have started production from the Bøyla field in block 24/9 in the northern Norwegian North Sea.

Gassco improves regularity for gas trunkline network offshore Norway

Gassco transported 101 bcm (4 tcf) of gas last year through various offshore trunkline systems to terminals in Belgium, France, Germany, and the UK.

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